Lexington's Stephenson ousted in marathon match at USGA Women's Amateur

2017 U.S. Women's Amateur

2017 U.S. Women's Amateur

Former CAK golfer and Oak Ridge native Sophia Schubert will play for the U.S. Women's Amateur Championship on Sunday at the San Diego Country Club.

At 13, Wu became the youngest semi-finallist, while her quarter-final match on Friday stretched for 12 extra holes, the longest in U.S. Golf Association championship history. Schubert, who will be a senior at Texas, would be the first Longhorn since 1996 to claim the title and would break a nine-year streak of champions under the age of 20.

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"Today, (my) first nine, I think my muscles and my body felt exhausted, so my iron distance changed", said Wu, of Taiwan, whose quarter-final on Friday went an 12 extra holes, a record for a U.S. Golf Association event. The match between Valenzuela and Robynn Ree was all square through eight holes but Valenzuela made five straight pars for a 2-up lead and birdied No. 14.

Wu stayed alive with a 69-foot birdie putt on the 26 th hole and won on the 30th after Stephenson hooked her drive and had to lay up. Stephenson won holes 10 and 12 to take a 2-up lead.

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