Lexi Thompson's mother, Judy, sat unobtrusively in the last column of the media room on Tuesday. Judy's essence alone at Trump National Golf Club offers quality to the visit's best American.
A week ago, Lexi's mom had her last radiation treatment for uterine growth. She was analyzed not long after the Kingsmill Championship.
"I was attempting to center as much as I could on the green," said Lexi, "however it was extreme inside."
This denotes Thompson's eleventh U.S. Ladies' Open appearance. The 22-year-old's best complete came in 2014 when she set seventh.
It's really her second time at Trump National Golf Club. She lost to Ariya Jutanugarn in the third round of the 2009 U.S. Young ladies' Junior however doesn't recollect much about the place. Subsequent to playing 18 holes on Monday and nine on Tuesday, she feels the Old Course suits her diversion.
Lexi Thompson hit her drive on her tenth gap and quickly turned her consideration regarding more critical concerns. "Where's Mom?" she asked her caddie, who indicated a spot in the exhibition a couple of hundred yards away. Thompson, 22, snatched a modest bunch of snacks from a table and kept running over to offer them to her mom, Judy, who had told Lexi, amid their predawn drive to the course, not to fuss on the off chance that she didn't see her after the initial nine holes of the United States Women's Open.