By Glenn Wilkins
It was a baptism of fire of sorts for Barrie’s Stephanie Sherlock. The graduate of Barrie North Collegiate who lettered in golf at the University of Denver failed to get untracked in her first major event as a professional over the weekend, and also failed to make the cut at the CN Canadian Women’s Open in Winnipeg.
Kim, for her part, finished the first two rounds at nine-over 153 and also failed to stay around for the weekend.
Michelle Wie of Hawaii emerged as the winner, firing a final round 70 to finish at 12-under par 276, three shots ahead of four other players including Suzann Pettersen.
P.E.I’s Lorie Kane was the low Canadian, posting a five-under par 283 to finish in a tie for 11th.