Kerr recorded seven birdies en route to a first-round 67 at the U.S. Women’s Open
Kerr was honored for her work in the fight against breast cancer.
Kerr, 38, won twice in 2015 and is focused on representing the U.S. in the Olympics in Rio in August.
As one of only five moms in the top 100, Cristie Kerr has become a rare but inspiring example to other players that they can have a robust playing career and a family, too.
Kerr, who is also a mom, is still playing well at age 38. “Good golf really doesn’t know an age.”
Kerr was nominated alongside fellow LPGA golfer, Lydia Ko.
Kerr is up three spots.
Cristie Kerr was the player of the week.
The latest news from the golf star’s center, located at Jersey City Medical Center.
Each month from February to September, the Kia Most Compelling Performance award will be given to an LPGA player. Fans have the opportunity to vote for their favorite Kia Most Compelling Performance of the 2015 season with the winner receiving a 2016 Sorento. You can vote once per day, per voting channel, for a total […]