LPGA players at the Pure Silk-Bahamas LPGA Classic turned in what have got to be the lowest final scores ever recorded at a professional competitive round, with a final score of 39 currently leading.
That’s right. Thirty Nine.
On Twelve holes.
In what also has to be a first, the tournament’s first round, at least, was shortened to twelve holes due to flooding.
Interestingly, the USGA apparently has some concerns over potential flooding at Merion’s East Course when it hosts this year’s US Open. Their solution is to prep two holes on the west course as backups.