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Jasi Acharya exited the U.S. Women’s Open on Friday morning with a solid second-round performance.
Jasi Acharya said she was "disappointed" after shooting a 15-over par 85 on Thursday afternoon during the opening round of the 69th U.S. Women's Open, but "I'm still happy to be here."
Jasi Acharya said “you can get spoiled really quickly here” at the 69th U.S. Women’s Open.
PINEHURST, N.C. -- Jasi Acharya of Columbus will begin play at the U.S. Women's Open on Thursday with a 10:30 a.m. tee time (Mountain) off the No. 10 hole at Pinehurst No. 2.
Brandon McIver ended his first U.S. Open on an upbeat note.
Brandon McIver said nerves didn't get the best of him during Thursday morning's opening round of the 114th U.S. Open.
When Brandon McIver of Billings tees off at the 114th U.S. Open early Thursday morning, he will be one of just three Yellowstone County golfers to do so since the early 1980s.
Former Billings West championship golfer Brandon McIver will be golfing at the 114th U.S. Open Championship Thursday through Sunday.
ST. LOUIS, Mo. -- Former Columbus High School and University of Montana golf star Jasi Acharya has qualified for next month's U.S. Women's Open.