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First a glorious 68, then an inexplicable On Thursday the swing seemed silky and effortless, the ball soared high and landed softly. Cut to Friday and it was as if she was a different player. Everything that worked on Thursday came unraveled on Friday. After two holes of her second round, Henderson was tied for the lead. Sixteen holes later, she was sitting on the cut line at the Olympic Club in San Francisco.
But every golfer has been there. The harder you try to correct things, the deeper the hole seems to get. Shot after shot seemed to peel off to the right.
Only seven of her tee shots, which she played with a variety of clubs, found the fairway. On two occasions, her ball nestled so deep into the rough that all she could do was hack it out. All that meant it was tough to be aggressive into the greens. She was second in proximity to the hole in her first round, averaging 24 feet, one inch but a day later, she was th at 45 feet, two inches. She never made a putt longer than 10 feet and, if you include the putts from off the green, had a trio of three-putts. The Smiths Falls, Ont. Adding quotes to a miserable outing serves no really good purpose.
At the very least the year-old was still smiling when she pumped fists with the rest of her group at the end.
The only thing left is to try and find the answer to the problem, perhaps on the range post-round, or maybe over dinner after the smoke has cleared. Would anyone be surprised if Henderson returned on Saturday and shot 68 again? It can be one shot or one thought that turns things around. Henderson knows that. So does anyone who plays this crazy game.
The chance to be better tomorrow is what keeps us coming back and, for some reason, keeps us sane. News Video Medal Table. Brooke HendersonThe Canadian Press.Any Henderson women
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