Borge and co went on to the big game
Norwegian-German duo Celine Borge and Polly Mack advanced to the second round of the team tournament on the LPGA tour with six shots under par. Thus Borge and Mack continued their fine game from Wednesday’s opening round. There they had five shots under par.
Several pairs have yet to complete Thursday’s rounds. At the time of writing, Borge and Mack are in second place, one behind Celine Boutier and Yuka Saso.
Borge and Mack recorded six birdies on Thursday and had a bogey-free round. The Tønsberg Borge girl is the captain of her team and chooses 24 year old Mack as her partner.
The golf star played a total of NOK 27 million in Michigan this week.
Borge gained access to the LPGA tour ahead of this year’s season and has won an estimated $167,000, the equivalent of 1.7 million kroner, so far this year. 14th place from his Arizona debut in March was the 24-year-old’s best finish yet.
Wednesday’s innings are played in a foursome, where the players hit every other stroke at the same ball. Thursday’s round is played in a fourball/best ball format. There, both players play with their own ball and the team scores according to the player with the lowest score.
On Friday, back in four, before finishing with the best ball. (NTB/NRK)
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