SanJuan Leads Boilers at Landfall
Oct. 27, 2017

Day One Results / Live Results & Stats / Tournament Information

WILMINGTON, N.C. - Junior Covadonga SanJuan got the Purdue women’s golf team off to a solid start Friday at the 16th-annual Landfall Tradition, leading the Boilermakers to a fifth-place spot after the first round. SanJuan turned in her best round of the fall, shooting three-under par, 69, at the Country Club of Landfall, and sits tied for fifth, individually, after 18 holes.

SanJuan was solid through the first nine, logging a birdie on No. 3 and making par on the other eight holes to make the turn at one-under. She stumbled with a bogey on No. 11, but rebounded with birdies on No. 12, No. 15 and No. 16 to dip to three-under with two to play. She made bogey on No. 17, but bounced back with a birdie on the final hole to tie her best round of her collegiate career.

Sophomore Micaela Farah offered up her best round of the fall as well, posting a score of two-under par, 70, and is tied for eighth. She went back-and-forth on the day, making birdie on two of the first four holes, carding bogeys on three of the following five, and then shooting three-under on the back-nine, including back-to-back birdies on No. 10 and No. 11. She roll a streak of nine straight holes of par or better into Saturday’s action.

Junior Ida Ayu Indira Melati Putri turned in the No. 3 Boilermaker score at three-over par, 75, while senior Marta Martin and freshman Inez Wanamarta halved the final team score at four-over par, 76. Martin was bogey-free over the final eight holes, including a birdie on No. 11.

Fourth-ranked Duke is the team leader after 18 holes, smashing the first-round team record with a score of 11-under par, 277, led by the best individual round in the field from Ana Belac at six-under par, 66. Belac’s round tied for the best individual round on record at the event, despite being as low as eight-under par after 16 holes.

Play resumes tomorrow at 8:30 a.m. ET, while the Boilermakers won’t tee off until 9:15 a.m., grouped with No. 9 South Carolina and No. 8 Furman.




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