Chris Meyers, a 17-year-old Stanford commit, made an albatross on Pebble Beach's 18th hole Sunday to capture pro-junior honors along with Lee Janzen at the Champions Tour's Nature Valley First Tee Open.
After a drizzly Saturday morning at the Country Club, only two players are left at the U.S. Women's Amateur. Lydia Ko defeated Ariya Jutanugarn while Jaye Marie Green defeated Nicole Zhang in the semifinals.
Ariya Jutanugarn and her sister Moriya sit on a cooler while waiting for Lydia Ko to hit during the semifinals at the 112th U. S. Women's Amateur Championship.
Ariya Jutanugarn, center, conceded her match at No. 17 to Lydia Ko, left, during the semifinals at the 112th U. S. Women's Amateur Championship. Ko of New Zealand will face Jaye Marie Green of Boca Raton, Fla. in the finals.
Ariya Jutanugarn with her caddie/sister Moriya Jutanugarn look over their putt at No. 2 during the semifinals at the 112th U. S. Women's Amateur Championship. Jutanugarn lost to New Zealand's Lydia Ko, 3&1.
Ariya Jutanugarn attempts to hit out of tall grass on the side hill of No. 17 during the semifinals at the 112th U. S. Women's Amateur. Jutanugarn conceded her match to Lydia Ko after hitting her fourth shot out of the tall grass.