LGPA: England’s Jodi Ewart Shadoff jumps in front at Mediheal Championship

Jodi Ewart Shadoff hasn't secured an LPGA Tour title yet, but he settled nicely on the first day of the Mediheal Championship.

Jodi Ewart Shadoff hasn’t secured an LPGA Tour title yet, but he settled nicely on the first day of the Mediheal Championship.

England’s 34-year-old veteran Jodi Ewart Shadoff, seeking her first LPGA Tour win, leads by two shots after finishing the first round of the LPGA Mediheal Championship on Thursday.

​​​​​​​Ewart Shadoff hit 8-under 64 at the Saticoy Club, Alison Lee and China’s Ruixin Liu tied for second with 66, Danielle Kang, South Africa’s Paula Reto, and Thailand’s Atthaya Thitikul tied for fourth with 67. recorded.

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10 players tied for 7th with 68 points.

Ewart Shadoff finished in the Top 10 27 times on the tour, including a tie for fifth at this year’s LPGA Match-Play and a tie for third at the ShopRite LPGA Classic.

On Thursday she added an eagle on the par 5 14th hole after starting with a back nine and opening as a birdie.

He made a turn following a consecutive birdie, took a solo bogey on the par 4 1st hole, and caught four birdies in a row ahead of the closing par.

Lee’s bogeyless round ended with 9 fronts to 4 birdies.

Jaeyong Lee said, “I think I’m playing really well today.”

“I think we made every shot in buddy range.

“I could have made more… I think I had a really good match today.

“I can’t say it’s a very easy course. Today’s game was really easy, obviously because I played so well. Other than that, you definitely have to think a little bit about approach shots and keep in mind where the pins are.” Some even have slopes.”

Liu was a 1-over par on five holes, but four straight birdies across the turn sparked a bogey-free run for the rest of the round.

Kang made a strong round in her homecoming to Ventura County, where she grew up.

Kang said, “Not all of my friends have come yet, so I’ll let you know when all of them come.”

“It’s a big deal for me that my brother is coming, because I like it when he sees it.

“He is kind of my tutor. He always knows how my game works.

“Today he will tell me what worked and what didn’t, and I learn from him.”

Defending champion Matilda Castren (Finland), who beat Taiwanese Lee Min-min by two shots last year with a 14-under-par 274 shot, tied for 71st with a 1-under-par 73 shot, and Seung-woo Lee (1-under 274 shot) was tied for 39th.

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