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NEWTOWN SQUARE, Pa. – Nelly Korda withdrew from the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship because of injury, tournament officials announced Friday morning.
Korda shot 1-over 71 in the opening round and was tied for 26th place, four shots off the 18-hole lead.
Korda cited “discomfort in my back” as the reason for her withdrawal. She posted the following to social media.
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Unfortunately I am forced to withdraw from the KPMG Championship after my first round due to a discomfort in my back. Was hoping it would be better this morning but unfortunately it is not and I will now go see a specialist. I hope to return to competition soon and wish all the competitors good luck this week. @kpmgwomenspga
The 22-year-old, ranked No. 2 in the world, entered the event as the odds-on favorite, having lost in a playoff at the LPGA tour’s most recent major, the ANA Inspiration.
The other two members of her threesome, Lydia Ko and Charley Hull, will play as a twosome on Friday at Aronimink Golf Club, with their second round beginning at 8:21 a.m. ET.