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Danielle Kang aims for US Women’s Open glory this week
Free golf tips, top bets and analysis for the US Women’s Open at The Olympic Course, San Francisco, which begins Thursday.
Where to look
Sky Sports Golf, 10 p.m. Thursday
Tournament starts at 4:28 p.m. BST
1 pt each direction 18-1 general
So Yeon Ru
1 pt each direction 16-1 general
1pt each way 28-1 bet365
It may be June, but the elite of women’s golf may have to navigate the fog and cloudy conditions to successfully face Olympic Club San Francisco in this week’s US Women’s Open.
The Lake Course has hosted the men’s version of the Major five times – Webb Simpson was the last winner there in 2012 – and the 156 competitors will need to focus to stay on the narrow, undulating fairways.
Players will face many elevations on the par 71, 6,457 yard track and while two-time winner and seven-time major champion Inbee Park leads a strong South Korean contingent at the head of the market, many are being imagined with the chalk number less than 20-1 in double digits.
A precise hitter seems likely to triumph on the claustrophobic course and Danielle Kang and So Yeon Ryu both fit the mold.
Kang has strong stats and reached the Bank of Hope Match Play quarterfinals last week, so his game is in good shape.
The San Francisco native has landed five top ten in her last 122 tournaments and won the 2017 PGA Championship i, so she knows what it’s like to be in the winner’s circle.
World number six’s best performance at the US Open was fourth three years ago in Shoal Creek, Alabama and she could get better.
So-Yeon Ru is ranked 37th in accuracy on the LPGA and also increases green-in-regulation and putting stats, so it’s unwise to fire the 2011 champion.
In the past five weeks she’s finished third at Honda Thailand, sixth at the World Championship and fifth at the Hugel-Air Premia La Open, so she could come to a boil at the right time for a test run on a track that should be fine. his competences.
A little further down the list is Thailand’s Patty Tavatanakit, who won the first Major of the season, ANA Inspiration, nine weeks ago.
Since then, the world number ten has finished third in both the World Championship and Thailand as she reached the Match Play quarter-finals, so she’s bubbling well for another daring bid.
Match play winner Ally Ewing is also one to watch, but it would take a leap of faith to back her up after playing 105 holes in scorching temperatures in the Nevada desert last week.
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FIRST POSTED 4:10 PM, JUNE 1, 2021