Pajaree Anannarukarn of Thailand shot her career-best round on the Symetra Tour, a 6-under-par 65, to share the lead with Laura Wearn of Charlotte, N.C.
The two-time Philadelphia Amateur champion, who did not play competitive golf last year after back surgery, shot a closing 73 and won by 3 strokes.
Hyland, a two-time Philadelphia Amateur champion, was playing his first competitive round since before he underwent back surgery in December 2016.
Despite a rough winter and recent rainy weather, the course in Limerick Township is ready to host the Symetra Tour event where 132 players will compete for a $100,000 purse.
The Mount St. Joseph's graduate, who will compete this week in the Valley Forge Invitational, is optimistic that her game will come around in her fourth year on the Symetra Tour.
ReadyToPlayGolf.com is a new start-up that helps golfers find playing partners.
In 2004, the seventh hole was unplayable, and that's just the way the USGA likes things. After going soft at Erin Hills last year, expect carnage on Long Island.
The Open was the only one of the four major championships that decided its winner over 18 holes on Monday in case of a tie. Now it will be decided immediately after 72 holes are completed.
The Symetra Tour will be at Raven's Claw Golf Club in Pottstown this week to conduct the Valley Forge Invitational, a three-day tournament with $100,000 in prize money.
A device called TrackMan - developed by three Danish golfers who in 2003 decided to use missile-tracking technology to track the launch and trajectory of a golf ball - has changed the way golfers swing.
He was a long-time member of the Philadelphia Section PGA, operated two golf facilities and was known for his ability to teach bunker play.
The Philadelphia Section announced its awards for a number of area professionals.
Can Tiger Woods ever be a guy who even remotely resembles what he once was, which for now is the second-greatest golfer of all time?