Update: 02.12.2022 09:32
Melbourne – Golfer Sára Kousková advanced to the finals at the Australian Open. The second round, which was played today in Melbourne at the Viktoria Golf Club, was managed by the Czech duo in par, and with a total score of +2, they are tied for 19th place at the final tournament of their premier professional season. The year before last, Klára Spilková played at the Australian Open and did not pass the cut.
Twenty-three-year-old Kousková, who earned the invitation as the winner of the overall rating of the second highest European LETAS series, today improved Thursday’s performance from the Kingston Heath course. Although she lost on the 12th and 13th holes when she made a bogey and a double bogey, she managed to score three times. She saved a par 72 thanks to a birdie on the 18th hole.
Hannah Green, one of the home favorites, took the lead in the middle of the tournament. Viktoria played 66 shots on the court and with a balance of -11, she is two shots ahead of Korea’s Sin Chi-ye. Another home major winner and world number four, Minjee Lee, playing at Kingston Heath today, moved to sixth place at -5.
For the first time in history, the Australian Open is being played on two courts for men and women at the same time. Only Viktoria Golf Club will host the weekend final rounds.
The competition has a total subsidy of 3.4 million Australian dollars (over 53 million crowns) and the premium will be divided equally between both categories.
Source: České noviny – sport by www.ceskenoviny.cz.
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