Lancaster Country Club's Alli Weaver putts on No. 8 in Round 3 of the 2015 U.S. Open Saturday morning. Weaver is the "Marker" who is playing along with Haruka Morita-Wanyaolu who was unpaired. (Photo/Blaine Shahan)

Warwick grad Weaver relishes 2nd day as marker

Posted: July 12, 2015 9:47 pm

Golf is supposed to be fun, and that is exactly what Alli Weaver tried to do on Sunday, have fun.
“I didn’t keep score today,” said Weaver, who was playing as a marker for the second straight day. “I was just focused on hitting as many good shots as I can.”
While Weaver was not a part of the field, she still felt the pressure of playing in the U.S. Open.
“Today I was a lot more nervous,” she said. “I had more friends watching me and some of the (Lancaster Country Club) members were here, too.”
Although her stats didn’t count in the tournament, playing was still a big learning experience for her, she said — and something that will help in future tournaments.
“One thing’s for sure,” she said, “is that the rest of my tournaments will seem much easier after playing in this one.”

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