No leaderboard, no downside: Danielle Kang races out to guide at LPGA restart
Danielle Kang likes to take a look at leaderboards.
There’s a problem in that with Kang seizing the lead Friday on the Drive On Championship.
There are not any leaderboards on the property.
“I didn’t know I used to be within the lead till you simply informed me,” Kang stated as she stepped in to a post-round interview.
With Inverness Membership generously stepping as much as host the brand new event in last-minute trend, or about as final minute because it will get in golf – 5 weeks in the past – there isn’t the infrastructure you usually see at occasions. There aren’t any followers there this week, both.
The LPGA, nevertheless, is permitting gamers to examine scores on their telephones.
That’s one other downside for Kang, who posted a bogey-free 6-under-par 66 on a difficult setup.
Full-field scores from the LPGA Drive On Championship
“I do not actually contact my telephone on the golf course,” Kang stated. “It is form of my rule.”
A rule she desires to stick to even when she’s within the hunt come Sunday.
Kang, a three-time LPGA winner who’s No. four within the Rolex Ladies’s World Rankings, doesn’t like being distracted by texts or different messages on her telephone.
And neither does her caddie, Oliver Brett.
“He leaves it off, too,” Kang stated. “As a result of we get textual content messages and issues like that. You are simply tempted . . .
“If there isn’t a leaderboard, I will concentrate on my recreation. If there’s a leaderboard, I do know the place I stand.”
Gamers are additionally allowed to examine scoring with guidelines officers.
“Simply waft,” Kang stated.