Third round leader at the McKayson New Zealand Women's Open Belen Mozo compared players 'to sheeps', as the inaugural tournament in Auckland turned wild.
Belen Mozo, the third-round leader at the McKayson New Zealand Women's Open, compared LPGA players 'to sheeps', after the inaugural tournament in Auckland turned wild.
The Spaniard had far more to contend with on Saturday than hanging on to win her first LPGA title, when the players were required to avoid flying signs as gale force winds gusted across Windross Farm Golf Club.
While play was eventually postponed for the day, Mozo was quick to express her dismay about the situation.
https://t.co/hzW2l0jgOV @LPGA is a tour where players DONT have a say or a voice. Like I say we are "like sheeps". ??
— Belén Mozo (@BelenMozo) October 1, 2017
Brittany Lincicome was also less than pleased about what was happening.
This is a freaking joke!!!!! ??? https://t.co/yzMiVvSx50
— Brittany Lincicome (@Brittany1golf) October 1, 2017
Incredibly, Brooke Henderson made three birdies in the six holes she completed before play was abandoned.
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