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Kaitlyn Papp posts 68 to take second round lead at The Sally
Kaitlyn Papp leads The Sally<br><i> Golfweek photo</i>
Kaitlyn Papp leads The Sally
Golfweek photo

Despite being just a junior in high school, Kaitlyn Papp has had her big moments in golf, like being crowned champion at the AJGA Girls Championship. The Lake Travis, TX, resident fired a 4-under 68 to take the lead in the prestigious Women’s South Atlantic Amateur (The Sally), with a two-day total of 6-under 138, four strokes ahead of yesterday’s leader Ashley Holder.

Holder struggled a bit today as temperatures dipped below normal, finishing with a 3-over 75. The University of Central Florida junior posted a 5-under 67 yesterday and now sits 2-under at 142.

One shot behind is Florida Gator Taylor Tomlinson, who finished in a tie for third yesterday but now finds herself alone in that position after going 71-72 -- 143. One of the people she was tied with yesterday, Alexa Pano, is in a tie for sixth.

Weather permitting, play resumes Friday morning. The forecast calls for thunderstorms in the morning followed by scattered thunderstorms in the afternoon.

Results For Women's South Atlantic Amateur Golf Championship (The Sally)
1CAMika LiuBeverly Hills, CA70072-74-67-67--280
2TXKaitlyn PappAustin, TX50070-68-75-69--282
3FLAshley HolderOrlando, FL40067-75-72-71--285
T4ThailandJaravee BoonchantThailand40077-70-74-70--291
T4BrazilLuiza AltmannBrazil40074-73-72-72--291

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ABOUT THE Women's South Atlantic Amateur (The Sally)

The Women’s South Atlantic Amateur Golf Championship (The SALLY) is played the second week of January each year, in Ormond Beach, Florida. Oceanside Country Club has been home to The SALLY since its beginnings in 1926. The tournament field consists of top amateurs in the US and the top finishers are frequently represent the U.S. for the biennial Curtis Cup team. You will find many former SALLY players among the LPGA elite.

72-hole stroke play championship with a Championship Division (max handicap 6.0) and a Rockefeller Division (max handicap 10.0) that plays from shorter tees. There is also a Senior competition for players aged 50 and over competing in the Championship division.

Eligibility: A female from birth, that has reached the age of 16. All entries are accepted subject to Committee Approval.

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