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Forum staff reports, Published July 09 2011

Anderson makes cut at U.S. Women's Open, starts third round before play is halted for the day

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Amy Anderson started her third round at the U.S. Women's Open before play was stopped for the day due to weather at the Broadmoor golf course.

Earlier in the day, Anderson completed her second round, shooting a 6-over par 77, which was good enough to help her make the cut. Anderson, the North Dakota State golfer from Oxbow, N.D., was 4 over through 36 holes and was one of 72 golfers to make the cut.

Anderson was through three holes of her third round when play was halted. She was 1 over for her third round.

β€œIt’s frustrating," Anderson said of the repeated weather delays. "I think that is the sentiment of everybody right now. We just want to get out there and get it done.”

Anderson had four bogeys and one double bogey through the first 10 holes of her second round, but played par golf for the remainder of the round after that.

For more on the story, pick up a copy of Sunday's Forum.