Round-up: Power off, Irish struggle on mini tours; Leona 74
Seamus Power's custom made Ping putter.

Seamus Power's custom made Ping putter. Tour — Olympics bound Seamus Power has his work cut out to make the cut in the LECOM Health Challenge.

The West Waterford player made two bogeys and a birdie in a one over par 73 at Peek'n Peak Resort's Upper Course at Findley Lake in New York and shares 97th place, nine strokes behind Australia's Rhein Gibson, who fired an eight under 64 to lead by one from Dominic Bozzelli.


McNamara leads Irish as Bridges crashes with triple finish

EPD Tour — Rory McNamara's one over 71 left him the best of the Irish in the KOSAIDO Düsseldorf Open. 

He's tied for 55th, eight strokes behind Antoine Schwartz of France with left hander Richard Bridges the next best in 62nd after he finished with a triple bogey seven at his final hole and posted a two over 72.

Ulster man Chris Carroll shares 78th after a three over 73.


Irish off the pace in Saint Malo

Alps Tour — Thomas O'Driscoll shares 61st place after opening with a 74 in the Saint-Malo Golf Open. 

He's nine adrift of Italy's Stefano Pitoni, whose 65 gave him a one stroke lead over compatriot Nunzio Lombardi.

Dubliner David Carey shares 84th after a four over 76. 


Leona tied 67th in US Women's Open

US Women's Open — Leona Maguire opened with a two over 74 to lie a shot outside the projected cut mark in the US Women's Open at CordeValle in California.

The Co Cavan star, 21, ended the day tied for 67th after mixing three birdies with five bogeys in the race to finish in the top 60 and ties.

She's 10 shots behind Korea's Mirim Lee, who shot an eight under par 64 to lead by three strokes from compatriot Amy Yang, Australia's Minjee Lee and American Christie Kerr.