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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 286
THE MOMENT Can't fight Mother Nature THE LPGA Tour fought a losing battle against Mother Nature at the Texas Classic and was eventually forced to reduce the event to 36 holes. Thursday’s opening round was abandoned after high winds and storms allowed just over an hour of golf to be played at Old America Golf Club. Scores were therefore wiped. And as rain continued well into Friday, tournament officials announced that the title would become the first to be decided over 36 holes since the 2013 Bahamas-LPGA Classic, which was cut short because of flooding. India’s Aditi Ashok, who finished T6, said that most players found the delays to be a significant challenge: “Everything's sort of a rush to finish the round, get home, dinner, and then get to sleep,” Sung Hyun Park, who captured her third career title, suggested otherwise: “All the players went through the same thing, and so with the weather, I mean, it turned out to be great, so it's nothing to complain about.” E IMAGE GALLERY
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