President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump depart their viewing stand after the U.S. Women's Open on Sunday evening.
Breaking: Protesters get inside Trump National at US Women's Open about an hour ago.
President Trump on Sunday is expected to watch a women's golf tournament at his club in New Jersey for a third straight day.
But there was no reason to take the plunge on Sunday. She led after 36 holes in this event previous year and finished third, two shots out of a playoff.
According to Politico, in the next three weeks the administration "will hold events pertaining to three vaguely defined themes: "Made in America, ' 'American Heroes" and 'American Dreams.'" The first week will include at least two events celebrating USA -made products, including a "product showcase" of items made in all 50 states, while White House spokeswoman Helen Aguirre Ferre suggested the hero-themed week would be centered around veterans.
Szeryk fared well in the first round, finishing tied for 40 with an even par 72. That's Cristie Kerr, who was five shots off the lead.
Eight South Koreans have won on the LPGA in 2017, and natives of that country have won seven of the last 10 U.S. Women's Opens. In that same span, South Korean golfers have won six majors - including two of the first three this season.
Coming into this tournament as an amateur, Szeryk said that she was taking this experience as an educational one.
Feng, who was the leader after the first three rounds and carried a one-shot edge into the final 18 holes, triple bogeyed the final hole. But while her closest competitors, Sung Hyun Park and Hye-Jin Choi kept making birdies, Feng struggled. She had the 36-hole lead in the Open past year and shot final rounds of 74-74 to finish two shots out of a playoff with eventual champion Brittany Lang and Anna Nordqvist. Park finished at 11-under 277 for a two-stroke win over Choi.
Rachel Heck was the youngest player in the field this week, at 15 years old.
Szeryk, however, missed the cut and finished tied for 75 overall at 5-over.
"I didn't have the greatest start but I think if I just stay focused and play the game as maybe not necessarily play safe but maybe more aggressively I think I'm going to be OK", Choi said through an interpreter.