‘That Did Not Feel Good’: After Recent Annoying Experience, Nelly Korda Exposes Her Forever Enemy on the Golf Course

The first LPGA major of the year is underway at The Club at Carlton Woods, with a lucrative share of the $5.1 million prize purse on the line. World No. 2 Nelly Korda, who missed last year’s edition, has been on a good run so far in the tournament. The 24-year-old is currently T4 after the second-round play was halted due to darkness.



Korda, who is hoping to win her second major after the 2021 Women’s PGA Championship, ended day 2 with a 2-under 70. The golfer later spoke to the press, recounting an “annoyingly positive moment” from her rollercoaster of a day at the course.



Nelly Korda recounts an annoying experience from day 2 of the Chevron Championship

Nelly Korda had somewhat of a turbulent experience on the golf course on Friday. She mixed five birdies along with three bogeys for a score of two under 70. The young LPGA star couldn’t help but recall an annoying experience from the course during her interview with the press.



When asked if there was any irritatingly positive experience from day 2 at the Chevron Championship, Korda spoke about a funny interaction with a spectator. It occurred after one of her three-putts. “Actually it was really funny, someone in the crowd was like, you’re still 5-under. I was like, did you see that three-putt?” recalled Korda. “That did not feel good.”


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