Elizabeth Wang finished with a solid birdie on the last hole of the third round of the Rolex Girls Championship, to maintain a one shot lead over Hannah O’Sullivan and Amy Lee. Elizabeth made the turn with a 38 that included a birdie and 4 bogies. She responded on the back with birdies on 10, 15, a bogie on 16 and a birdie on 18 to snatch the lead from O’Sullivan, who shot 69.
Elizabeth has lead for 3 round’s going into the final round. It look’s like a horse race between the top three girls, Elizabeth, O’Sullivan and Amy Lee, who are all within in a shot of each other. The 4th place player’s are 6 shot’s behind Elizabeth’s score of 68-73-71 (212).
The competition is strong as indicated by the field of players invited to the Rolex:
The 2014 competition features a strong field made up of 25 Rolex Junior All-Americans, 47 AJGA champions, 42 players who have committed to play college golf and 11 of the top 20 girls in the Polo Golf Rankings.
Three players in the field have qualified for the U.S. Women’s Open including Madison Kerley of Scottsdale, Arizona, Megan Khang of Rockland, Massachusetts, and Kathleen Scavo of Benicia, California, while three were named alternates: Isabella Dilisio of Hatfield, Pennsylvania, Maria Fassi of Mexico, and Mariel Galdiano of Pearl City, Hawaii.
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