While we sit here to predict what might unfold over the next 36 holes (and whether this championship might ever finish), let's reflect on what has transpired:
--The 3rd, 2nd and 8th holes, a par 5, short par 4 and a par 3, are playing as the easiest on the East Course.
--The 18th, 12th and 13th holes (all long par 4s) are playing at least half a stroke over par, making them the most difficult.
--Erynne Lee, an 18-year-old high school senior, averaged 305.8 yards off the tee and led the field in driving distance. (16-year-old Lexi Thompson finished runner-up in the category, averaging 302 yards.) The rest of the field averaged 263.5 yards. What is it with these teenage girls?
--Paula Creamer (who currently stands five shots behind the leader), led the field in greens in regulation, hitting an average of 15.5 of them per round. (Karrie Webb clocked in at second, hitting an average of 14.5 greens per round.)
--It should come as no surprise that the two Miyazatos are wizards on the greens. Mika and Ai Miyazato, who sit atop the leaderboard, led the field with an average of 1.53 putts per green. (The field averaged 1.79 putts per green.)
UPDATE: Play was officially called for the day at 6:19 MT.