Nelly Korda withdraws from KPMG Women's PGA because of injury
NEWTOWN SQUARE, PA. - Nelly Korda withdrew from the KPMG Women's PGA Championship due to an injury, the tournament officials announced on Friday morning.
Korda shot 1:71 in the opening round and was 26th, four shots away from the 18-hole lead.
Korda cited "discomfort in my back" as the reason for her withdrawal. She posted the following on social media.
The 22-year-old, who ranks # 2 in the world, emerged as a chance-to-win favorite after losing in a playoff at the LPGA Tour's youngest major, ANA Inspiration.
The other two members of their threesome, Lydia Ko and Charley Hull, will play two at the Aronimink Golf Club on Friday. The second round starts at 8:21 a.m. CET.
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