Magenta Shores CC, March 29-31, 2024

Saturday LIVE: Law Storms into the Mix

Bronte Law has stormed into contention at the Women’s NSW Open shooting a second successive 68 to move to eight under for the tournament.

The Englishwoman’s round was bit of a ride, two bogeys, four birdies and a hole in one on the 131 metre par-three 13th. It appears good enought however, to book a spot in the final group, at this stage alongside the Chinese Taipei golfer Peiying Tsai and tournament leader, Maria Jose Uribe Duran.

“I don’t care either way,” Law replied when asked if playing in the final group was something she liked. “I don’t need to be in the last group. I don’t ned to see what’s going on. I’ll be out pushing hard from the beginning.”

Law said the course had some similarities to where she palys at home, but the conditions are naturally different.

“The grass is different so that takes a lot of time. I’m very much a feel player so I had to hit a lot of practice chips. but I’m still pretty with the way that I chipped today.”

As for her hole-in-one, Law said she was not really sure it had gone in, nor she said was it one of her better swings. It was, as best as she could recall, probably about her tenth. it was a fugire she had stopped keeping after her seventh.

“Sometimes they just happen like that, the swing wasn’t that great but it went in.”

“My favourite number is seven, So when I got to seven I was really happy, but since then, I sort of stopped paying attention.”

Maria Jose Uribe Duran
Maria Jose Uribe Duran has a three shot lead on day two of the Women’s NSW Open Golf Championship

12.40pm MJ’ Siezes the Moment at Magenta

LPGA star Maria Jose Uribe Duran has equalled Justice Bosio’s opening round course record, firing a sizzling seven-under 65 to vault to a three-shot lead in the Women’s NSW Open Golf Championship here at Magenta Shores.

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‘MJ’ as she likes to be called, rolled in birdies on the 3rd, 4th 7th, 11th, 13th, 16th and 17th, to establish herself as the player to beat when tomorrow’s final round gets underway.

“I made less mistakes today, less birdies, I kind of know the course better now,” the Columbian said. “I’m happy with the round today, and happy with the position I’ve put myself in.”

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“There’s so many birdies out there, so it’s going to be a birdie shootout tomorrow.”

Peiying Tsai sits in second place after carding a second-round 67. The Chinese Taipei gun was moving along well, however a soft bogey on the last cruelled what could have been another course record-equalling round.

“Tsai, however, was still pleased with her round.

It was fantastic, I played well and hit good shots and putts.”

Spain’s Marta Martin has carded a two-under-par round of 70 to be tied for third at minus-seven alongside Slovenia’s Ana Belac.

Overnight leader Justice Bosio is on the course, however, she hasn’t got off to the best of starts, bogeying the first hole to drop back to minus six.

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Peiying Tsai is the tournament leader as we approach the midday mark here at Magenta Shores.

12.10pm: Tsai Flying High!

Peiying Tsai is on track to equal, if not better Justice Bosio’s course record 65 from day one of the Women’s NSW Open Here at Magenta Shores. She’s seven under for the day and 11 under for the tournament.

The Chinese Taipei gun went a roll in the middle of her round, with an amazing five straight birdies from the 9th to the 13th holes

Chasing her is the LPGA player Maria Jose Uribe Duran of Colombia, who like Tsai is making a charge. Duran has five holes to play and is already five under for the day.

Martin and Belac are tied for third at seven under alongside Somboonsup, who is two under for the day.

Ana Belac has the round of the day going
Slovenian Ana Belac has the round of the day going

10.45 am: it’s a Log Jam!

Players are on the move here at Magenta Shores, and the lead is now at eight under. Columbian LPGA player Maria Jose Uribe Duran has got off to a good start, birdies at three, four and seven have seen her vault to the lead.

Slovenian Ana Belac has the round of the day going, she’s five under through nine holes, and in a five-way tie for second place, alongside Somboonsup, Tsai, Martha Martin and the yet-to-tee off Justice Bosio.

18 players are in the red during the morning wave here at Magenta, and for those interested the cutline right now is sitting at plus one.

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Thai Sensation Sasikarn Somboonsup shot five under in the opening round

8.50 am: Cut Day Looms Large

It’s Women’s NSW Open Golf Championship cut day here at Magenta Shores, and a thrilling day of action looms large.

Queensland amateur Justice Bosio is the player they are all chasing, her course record 65 three shots better than the rest on a day where over 30 players shot par or better.

Out to chase down Bosio this morning are a bunch of internationals, including Marta Martin and Luna Sobron Galmes of Spain, Peiying Tsai of Chinese Taipei, Columbian Maria Jose Uribe Duran, and Thai young gun Sasikarn Somboonsup (pictured).

The morning field is all away in their second round, and with the weather conditions almost perfect – it’s currently 20 degrees and with a 4km/h westerly blowing, scoring should be hot, so if you’re nearby come on down and catch some fabulous golf.

Not as close? then we still have you covered, tune in via the 7+ App on your smart TV or via their mobile app and you can catch all of the afternoon’s action LIVE from 12.30 pm.

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