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How a significant putting change has helped Nelly Korda hit top form (www.golfwrx.com)

Nelly Korda is in contention after day one of the KPMG Womens’ PGA Championship, just a week after dominating at the Meijer Classic.

That victory last week came after a disappointing performance at the U.S. Open, where Nelly shot 11-over over the opening two days to miss the cut.

That performance, however, sparked two significant changes for Nelly on the greens, and both are evidently working.

Following the missed cut at the U.S. Open, Nelly decided to putt left-hand-low, and after her opening round of 2-under this week, told media why her putting feels better now.

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