Brittany Lincicome brought her A-game in the second round of the Barbasol Championship.
After a disappointing first round that was filled with bogeys on the par threes, inclement weather gave Lincicome a day to bounce back, and she did so wonderfully. Lincicome knocked in four birdies and holed in an eagle from 116 yards out on the 17th hole to finish with a one-under 71. Unfortunately, there’s no footage of the shot that brought the crowd to their feet, but there is a highlight of a long birdie putt on the 14th at Keene Trace Golf Club.
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Lincicome is just the sixth woman to ever play in a PGA event, and the first to do so in more than a decade. She is the first woman to finish a PGA Tour round under par since Michelle Wie in 2006.
Even though she did not make the cut, a milestone only reached by Babe Didrikson Zaharias in 1945, Lincicome proved she can play just as well as the boys.