under par


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With all the guys in this league that can shoot under par, you know you have to shoot under par to have a shot,'' he said.
Former USC All-American Jill McGill, who had a tournament-best six birdies in the first round, added an eagle from the fairway Saturday - on the par-4, 369-yard 13th hole - and rolled in another birdie to get to 5 under par but struggled down the stretch to finish 73 for the day and drop into a tie for fifth place at 2-under 142.
Christianson, competing in the first phase of the Southern Section team playoffs, was 11 under par at the time and finishing his shotgun-start round on Soule Park's dogleg-left, 568-yard, par-5 seventh hole.