Celine Boutier rounds off in the shape of a Solheim Cup | LPGA

Celine Boutier of France watches her tee shot on the 13th hole during the second round of the Volunteers of America Classic

“I have the feeling that everything clicks right.”

Celine Boutier speaks the truth. The LPGA Tour winner fired a bogey-free, 4 under par 67, in the second round of the Volunteers of America Classic, for a total of -7. The 2019 ISPS Handa Vic Open champion is three strokes behind the lead, tied in fourth place, with the action continuing in the second round tomorrow at 7:30 a.m. CT.

“Super grateful that I’m done [my round today]“Said Boutier, who hit 14 greens in regulation on Friday. “I didn’t think the delay would be so long” [of six hours], to be honest. I felt like I took it for granted that we would finish. I am definitely looking forward to being part of this wave of draws and now I just have to concentrate on the weekend. “

Following her appearance this afternoon, five of Boutier’s last seven competitive LPGA Tour rounds were in the 1960s.

“It [Old American Golf Club] played a little harder because of the pin positions, it was a little more difficult and longer because of the rain, ”said Boutier. “It was definitely a different course but I felt like I played better because I didn’t really miss a lot of greens or managed to come up and down when I missed the green, which I didn’t yesterday was.

“Overall, my game goes very well together. I hope I can use that as I’ve done in the past few weeks. “


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