Rachel Rohanna was in position to advance to the third round of the Thornberry Creek LPGA Classic, but two late bogeys in the afternoon on Friday, July 5, led to her missing the cut by two strokes.
The Waynesburg Central graduate had one bogey and eight pars on the front nine to sit at 4-under for the tournament, and slipped to 2-over for the day and 3-under for the tournament with a bogey on No. 14.
However, Rohanna got the stroke back with a birdie on No. 15, but then bogeyed No. 16, a par-4, and finished out with two pars to play the second round in 2-over 74.
Rohanna was rolling in the first round on Thursday, July 4, at Thornberry Creek at Oneida, in Oneida, Wis., finishing with a 5-under 67.
She opened on the back nine and carded three birdies and an eagle to go out in 5-under 31. Rohanna lost a stroke on No. 2, her 11th hole, with a bogey, but birdied her 16th hole for an even-par 36 on her back nine.
After hitting 16-of-18 greens in regulation in the first round, Rohanna found only 10-of-18 in the second round. She needed 29 putts in both rounds.
Shanshan Feng won the tournament with 29-under 259. She took home the top prize of $300,000.