started the tournament strongly, finishing the day tied for the lead at six under.
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shot a four-under 68 after suffering from heat exhaustion yesterday. The round was good enough for a T6.
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struggled mightily from the start finishing one over, seven shots back from the leaders.
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Gulbis won the 2007 Evian Masters, which remains her only LPGA win.
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is the world's number one. She finished at three under, three back from the lead.
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will need to make up some ground to win her second tournament of the season after finishing one under for the day. Creamer won the U.S. Women's Open at Oakmont two weeks ago, her first major championship.
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won the LPGA Championship earlier this year, her second major. Kerr was even for the day.
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will be in contention after shooting a three-under 69.
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will have trouble winning her first tournament this week after shooting a three over 75.
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