By Rory Carroll
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – The blanket of fog that stored situations chilly by the primary two rounds of the U.S. Women’s Open vanished in a single day and vibrant sunshine spilled down on San Francisco’s Olympic Club as spherical three of the key bought underway on Saturday.
The dense marine layer and accompanying frigid wind hampered driving distances off the tee by the primary 36 holes, making the hilly and tough Lake Course much more difficult for the sphere.
Overnight chief Yuka Saso of the Philippines, who was six-under 136 by her first two rounds, was set to tee off alongside Lee6 Jeong-eun, who trails her by one stroke, at 2:35 pm native time.
New Jersey highschool pupil Megha Ganne, who has been the discuss of the event after she got here out of nowhere to be the primary spherical co-leader, is at present two strokes again and can play in the pair instantly forward of Saso.
This week marks the primary time that the ladies’s main has been performed at the enduring Olympic Club, a course that has hosted 5 U.S. Opens.
(Editing by Pritha Sarkar)