Late eagle ensures plucky Aditi make cut at Australian Open

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IN THE THICK OF THE ACTION: Katherine Kirk held the lead after the opening round of the Australian Open.

As for the 42-year-old Webb, she missed the cut for the first time in her Australian Open history, finishing at three-over, the same place that she started the day.

"I think the time away from him was nearly a good thing".

"I think it would be my best win ever - as a kid you always dream about winning your national open".

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World No. 1 Lydia Ko, apparently out of sorts with her new clubs, new coach and new caddie, made the cut by the barest margin and is nine shots from the lead.

"To have a consistent year from start to finish was really good for me and it definitely made me believe that even though I'm kind of old compared to everyone else there still might be hope for me yet", she said. She was still very good with the putter - using it just 30 times - and it may well have kept her in contention two shots back of Smith after signing for a oneover par 74. I got out of the round, shot even or one-under, but it was a struggle.

Australia's top-ranked golfer Minjee Lee shot a three-under 70 on Friday to be four-under for the tournament.

"She's made so many changes, her brain might be just a bit in overload right now", Jane Crafter said as analyst during the Golf Channel telecast.

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The women's Australian Open is being televised by ABC TV across the weekend.

Four players are tied for second at eight-under including Sweden's Caroline Headwell and Americans Lizette Salas and Marissa Steen.

"I'm striking it pretty well, just need to get my momentum going".

"Starting with a double bogey is never fun, but I really grinded out there and that hole out on my 10 hole really worked well for me", said Wie, who started her round from Royal Adelaide's 10 hole.

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World No 1 Lydia Ko barely made the cut with rounds of 71-75 and world no. 2 Ariya Jutanugarn (72-72) is tied 39, alongside Aditi.

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