Christina Foster's 66 gives her two-shot lead at Women's Porter Cup
LEWISTON, N.Y. — Canadian lefty Christina Foster popped into the Women's Porter cup lead on Thursday with a second-round of 66 — the lowest score of the tournament thus far. She'll head the final group Friday at Niagara Falls Country Club, joined by first-round leader Josee Doyon, also of Canada, and Mexican junior golfer Ana Paula Valdes.
This is the third annual running of the event, which is the sister tournament to the Men's Porter Cup, held each year since 1959. Casie Cathrea captured the inaugural event back in 2013, while Canadian superstar Brooke Henderson was the champion in 2014.
Doyon, a senior at Kent State University, posted 68 on day one and followed that up with 72 on Thursday. Valdes finds herself two back and in the final group thanks to back-to-back rounds in the 70s.
ABOUT THE Women's Porter Cup
The Porter Cup, one of the premiere amateur
events in the nation, now has a "sister" event -
The Women's Porter Cup. 54-hole tournament
with a field size of 60 has attracted the
of top-ranked female golfers just as the Porter
Cup does each year.
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