"I think I hit a good shot," Tseng said. "Sometimes you hit a good shot, you get good luck and a good bounce."
Tseng hit eight of 14 fairways and 12 of 18 greens in regulation.
"I didn't hit a lot of fairways," Tseng said. "This golf course is very narrow and the rough is really long. If you don't hit the taylormade rbz driver
, it's kind of very hard to get close to the pin."
Oh, a two-time LPGA Tour winner who fought a hip injury the last two seasons, also had six birdies and a bogey - also on No. 8 - on La Costa's Legends Course. She hit all but one fairway.
"Everything is good for me," I'm really calm," Oh said. "My shot is really good, so I have a good score."
Hedwall, from Sweden had seven birdies and two bogeys.
"I've been hitting taylormade rbz
very solid lately," Hedwall said. "I felt like if I could have a good day, I could shoot low. I made a lot of birdies and made it close, so that helped a lot."
Jiyai Shin, Brittany Lincicome and hometown star Jennifer Johnson matched Pettersen at 68.
"I really wanted to make that last putt because she (Tseng) was going to make hers to go to 5 under," Pettersen said. "It's a nice edge, it kind of gets you focused just a fraction bit more."
The 20-year-old Johnson is a La Costa member.
"You definitely have some expectations for yourself," Johnson said. "But the greens are a little bumpy, and I think that's where I have the taylormade rbz fairway wood
, just knowing sometimes they don't break."
Sandra Gal, the winner last year at Industry Hills, shot a 72.
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