Karah Sanford had the first round's only eagle on Tuesday.
The leader groups on Wednesday will finish on No. 18, a par-5, 513-yard hole. The longest hole on the course could prove to be key down the stretch. Three of the top-four players birdied the hole, despite the hole only relinquishing seven total birdies on the day.
On Tuesday, co-leader Karah Sanford of Escondido, California, capitalized on the shortest par-5, scoring the lone eagle of the day on the 457-yard 11th hole. The eagle came after a 3-wood to inside 10 feet, capping a birdie-eagle stretch that took Sanford from even-par to 3-under-par. With drier conditions on Wednesday, more players will look to go for the green on No. 11.
Joining Sanford in the leader group will be Caroline Curtis and last year’s runner-up, Yujeong Son. Curtis closed her first round with four birdies in her final five holes, while Son tallied four birdies and only one bogey to card a 3-under-par 69. The leader group will go off at 8:50 a.m. PST. The rest of the second-round pairings are available here.