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Dec 14th, 2020

Fourth round wash out at U.S. Women's Open

Monday finish as play suspended due to weather forecast

A rainy Sunday in southeast Texas caused the first weather-induced Monday finish in the U.S. Women’s Open since 2011. The organisers had moved up the tee times due to the forecast but shortly after the final round commenced the players were called in.
Sei Young Kim grabs a lift

Following a long delay, the USGA made the decision that play for the day should be suspended with the players returning on Monday morning. The forecast for Monday looks good for the completion of the event on the Cypress Creek Course at Champions Golf Club. However, it is going to be a cold one with temperatures not expected to get above 50°F (10°C).
The leaders did not get out onto the course and so overnight leader Hinako Shibuno of Japan will resume on Monday on four-under-par one shot ahead of Amy Olson.

There are only two other players under par, Thailand's Moriya Jutanugarn and Ji Yeong Kim2 of South Korea share third place on one-under-par.
The highest placed European players are Linn Grant and Ingrid Lindblad who amazingly are both amateurs. England's Bronte Law, the leading British player, is seven shots off the lead. 

TAGS: LPGA Tour, U.S. Women's Open Championship, Hinako Shibuno, Amy Olson, 2020