Eun-Hee Ji has a three stroke lead at the top of the Swinging Skirts LPGA Taiwan Championship after the first round on Thursday.
The South Korean picked her way around the Miramar Golf Country Club, posting a flawless six under 66, enough for a three shot lead over fellow countryman Sei-Young Kim, Megan Khang and Thai superstar Ariya Jutanugarn.
Ji signed for a neat bogey-free scorecard that featured six birdies, three on front nine and another three coming home.
Following her disappointing T73 finish last time out at the KEB Hana Bank Championship, Ji made a number of changes to her swing.
“I changed my swings a little bit," explained the 31-year-old after her round.
"That one I worked on a lot. My caddie is helping me a lot. It's like more information for wind and club choosing. That's everything.
“I think just a good day. I'm just more relaxed with the weather. That makes it a lot easier for when I play.”
Eun-Hee Ji holds a three shot lead after rainy conditions for round 1 of #SwingingSkirts
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Further down the field, Jutanugarn revealed she had a lot of fun playing with world number one So Yeon Ryu and Shanshan Feng.
“I feel pretty good," said the six-time LPGA Tour winner.
"I never think I'm going to play okay in these conditions, and I had so much fun today."
Meanwhile, former world number one Lydia Ko carded a two under 70 in a checkered round that featured three bogeys and five birdies.
“Usually when you’re around five under and leading after the first round, it tends to go to around the 10 to 15 under region.”
Woods sported a slightly longer putter at Harind Park than fans are usually accustomed to seeing.
After the opening salvo of his PGA Championship title defence, Brooks Koepka is a confident man.
Former world number one Jason Day and American Brendon Todd share the lead.
Koepka is part of a nine-strong group on four under in California.
Tiger Woods is also in the mix after an opening-round 68.
Koepka carded an opening four-under-par 66 to trail Jason Day by a stroke while Woods was two shots further back.
The American is targeting a third consecutive US PGA Championship title.
The Northern Irishman won the last of his four major titles in 2014.