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Kang ties for 14th at U.S. Women's Open

She was the only one among four Southland entries to finish.

by Southland GolfPublished: July, 2012

Danielle Kang, of Thousand Oaks, was the only golfer from the Southern California contingent to finish the U.S. Women’s Open.

Kang posted a five-over-par 293 for the four rounds played over the Blackwolf Run golf course, 12 strokes behind winner Na Yeon Chio of Korea. She placed tied for 14th and earned $55,161.

Brianna Do, of Long Beach, Jisoo Park, of Beaumont, and Elizabeth Bernabe, of Anaheim, missed the cut.

Arcadia standout Angel Yin, 13, the youngest player in the field who got into the Open as an alternate also missed the cut.


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