Jessica Korda was 2 under par through eight holes – in difficult conditions – at the Evian Championship, when play was suspended because of inclement weather.
Officials eventually decided to call play for the day and, because no one completed nine holes, wipe out scores and start fresh on Friday – and reduce the event to 54 holes.
Count Korda, who shared the lead with So Yeon Ryu, as one who wasn’t a fan of the decision:
Yeah, I'm super pumped about it. https://t.co/69VK5eCqPU
— Jessica Korda (@Thejessicakorda) September 14, 2017
I'm just wondering who has the final say. Those ladies at -2 deserve to keep their score. #brutal https://t.co/77p1oKGssN
— Angela Stanford (@Angela_Stanford) September 14, 2017
Baffling. Absolutely baffling.
— Jerry Foltz (@JerryFoltzGC) September 14, 2017
The tree in the forest dilemma…did you have an eagle, if the tournament cancels the round? #EvianChampionship @LPGA
— Kelly Shon (@KellyShon) September 14, 2017