The preside partook in the US Women's Open Golf Championship at the Trump National Golf Course n Bedminister, New Jersey, on Sunday.
Several peaceful demonstrations during the final round of the U.S. Women's Open were capped by a stance from three women and a man wearing violet-colored shirts that said "USGA: Dump Sexist Trump", looking directly into Trump's skybox just after he arrived late Sunday afternoon.
But Sung Hyun Park will probably remember that walk, the walk of a champion, for the rest of her life.
"I am excited and happy", said Park, the event's seventh South Korean victor in 10 years.
And in other problems his presence at the tournament brought to pass, People reports that he caused "a big commotion" and disturbed the otherwise genteel day of golf. According to NJ.com, protesters there "decried the decision by the Ladies Professional Golf Association and the U.S. Golf Association to stage the showcase event at the president's golf club in light of his past comments and behavior toward women". But it was the first time in championship history that an American woman didn't crack the top 10.
LOCAL FLAVOR: New Jersey native Marina Alex admitted that her nerves got to her, playing in front of so many family and friends from her hometown of nearby Wayne, about 35 miles from the club.
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Dressed in her signature cow-patterned ensemble, Feng struggled with putting over the weekend, missing key birdie putts in both the third and fourth rounds in which she made a single birdie in each.
From there, Trump tweeted about the U.S. Women's Open again and again and again and again and again. "That birdie made my day". Her putt for double lipped out and she settled for a triple bogey, eight at the par five to drop from solo second into a tie for fifth at six-under par.
She shot a 4-under 68 to move to 2 under. "I did a good job hanging in right there because my putting was not really that great".
"You want to continuously play well, make very few mistakes", Langer said.
As Park stood in the 15th fairway, she was tied with Choi and Feng at 9-under par. After finally getting the ball on the green, she missed her bogey putt then suffered a lip-out before getting the ball into the hole. "At that moment, I was telling myself I should just stick to how I usually practice".