Clay Feagler, Victoria Morgan pace World Stars after First Round
Women's Division leader Victoria Morgan <br>(USC Athletics Photo)
Women's Division leader Victoria Morgan
(USC Athletics Photo)

BEAUMONT, CA (December 28, 2016) -- Clay Feagler of Pepperdine is the one-stoke leader at the Winter World Stars of Amateur Golf following day one at Morongo Golf Club at Tukwet Canyon Champions Course. The freshman started his week with an even-par 72 that saw him birdie four-times and bogey the same number.

A trio of players --Pacific's Casey Scott, Hisham Hussein and Cal Poly's Jesse Yap --are all tied for second at 1-over following 73s. The top-5 is concluded by the 2-over Ben Skogen of Wisconsin.


Leading the way in the Women's Division by a commanding seven-strokes is USC redshirt senior Victoria Morgan. It wasn't a special day for Morgan on a day when the rest of the field struggled her even-par 72 was good enough to place her well in front with still 36-holes left to play.

Morgan was able to overcome a double-bogey and two bogeys with four birdies.

Oregon's Amy Matsuoka is second at 7-over and Fresno State's Yifei Wang is 8-over and third.

ABOUT THE World Stars of Golf Amateur

The World Stars of Golf Amateur Championship invites male and female amateur golfers to bring their skills to participate in this World Golf Championship. Players from the all over the World will participate. 54 hole stroke play championship.

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