Before the second round of The Rolex Girls Junior Championship tees off, catch up with Three Things from the first round.
- After the first round Elizabeth Wang of San Marino, California, the 2014 Rolex Girls Junior Championship winner, leads the 2016 tournament at 4-under-par 66. She carded six total birdies, including back-to-back birdies on Nos. 7 & 8, and Nos. 14 & 15. Wang has never trailed in a competition at The Country Club of Rochester.
- Addie Baggarly of Jonesborough, Tennessee, a 2016 Leadership Links participant for Girls Inc. of Bristol, finished tied for ninth at 3-over-par 73. On No. 10 she recorded the only eagle of the first round, which helped her post a 1-over-par 36 on the back-nine.
- Buckland Burn, No. 2, is the hardest hole on The Country Club of Rochester scorecard. Don’t tell the juniors that though. The par-5 played as the easiest hole in the first round with an average score to par of 5.042.