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LONDON, Ont. Linval Joseph Jersey . -- On the eve of the Canadian Pacific Womens Open, So Yeon Ryu, Na Yeon Choi and Inbee Park got together for dinner with some fellow South Korean golfers. While Park picked up the tab after winning the LPGA Championship, all three benefited from the night out. Ryu set a new course record with a 9-under 63, Choi was one shot behind her and Park three off the lead after the first round of the $2.25-million tournament at the London Hunt and Country Club. Traditional Korean food was on the menu, but Ryu credited the company, rather than the cuisine, for her strong start. "We had a talk together to help us relax," Ryu said. "Sometimes when youre hanging out with really good friends, it can make you more relaxed and enjoy the golf. Today, I really enjoyed my golf. That comes from great friendship." Ryus 63 was one shy of the tournament record, and her 9-under-par tied the best mark, set in 2009 by Song-Hee Kim. The 24-year-old hit nine birdies and played a bogey-free round. Choi chipped in three times during her morning round, and her 8 under looked like it would stand up until Ryu got hot on the back nine. Choi knew she chipped in twice from inside of 10 yards and once from a bunker 25 yards away but had to check her scorecard to figure out how many birdies she hit. "I felt good about my game, but I didnt really realize I had five birdies in a row," Choi said. "I didnt really think about I want to birdie every hole." Choi credits Canadian manager Greg Morrison for her love of and strong play in Canada. Her career-best round of 62 came in last years Manulife Financial LPGA at the Grey Silo Golf Course in Waterloo, Ontario. When Ryu saw Chois score before she teed off, she thought 3 under would be a realistic goal for her. "But I shot 9 under, so Im more happy," Ryu said with a smile. Swede Anna Nordqvist, who was playing with and pushed along by Ryu, was alone in third at 7 under. "She made nine birdies today and I made seven," Nordqvist said. "It gives you a lot of momentum or a lot of positive energy just seeing a lot of birdies." Park, who lamented missing a few 5- or 6-foot putts, was part of a group at 6 under along with Azahara Munoz, Danielle Kang and Xi Yu Lin. Other than that, she called it a "perfect round." "Ball-striking was almost perfect," Park said. "Everything as pretty much right on line. These greens, they didnt have much breaks in them, but I misread them, a couple of them. Hopefully Ill play a little bit better tomorrow and hole some more putts." Park predicted that, given the conditions of the course, she would have to be more than 20-under par to win this tournament. Choi didnt think that was realistic until she wrapped up. "Actually I was thinking like under 15," Choi said. "But after my score today, which means -- if I shoot like 8 under, I think everyone could shoot like 8-under, so we will see." Choi left at least one shot on the course, too, as her birdie putt on No. 9 -- her final hole of the day -- lipped out. A tie for the lead mightve done wonders for a player who hasnt won a tournament since the 2012 U.S. Open. Ryu hasnt won in two years, so the two friends can try to help each other through. "We kind of talk about how can we get through this one, how do we think about this situation," Ryu said. "I realize Im not the only (one going) through the hard time. That kind of conversation makes me more relieved." If Ryu and Choi manage to keep up this play through the weekend, one of them might pick up the tab at the next team dinner. "Im glad to buy a dinner for them," Ryu said. "I havent won any tournaments the last two years so Ive been waiting. I wish I can win this week." The only all-Canadian group at the Canadian Pacific Womens Open got more than polite golf claps from the many fans who followed them throughout the first round. "They clapped for everything," Brooke Henderson said. "It was awesome. The support out there was amazing." Buoyed by that support, Jennifer Kirby had the best day of any Canadian with a 5-under 67, while Henderson and Rebecca Lee-Bentham each shot 2 under. Inside the ropes, Kirby said playing with two friends made her feel "comfortable." The Paris, Ont., native was able to play it safe and still hole five birdies. "Bogey-free round, took advantage of the par 5s for the most part and hit it close on a few and didnt really make any big mistakes," Kirby said. Kirby goes into Fridays morning tee time four strokes behind leader So Yeon Ryu, who set a new course record at the London Hunt and Country Club with her 9-under 63. Henderson, the 16-year-old amateur phenom, and Lee-Bentham arent far off the pace. There was plenty of pressure on Henderson going into the tournament, but she showed no signs of cracking Thursday. "I hit the ball great all day," the Smiths Falls, Ont., native said. 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Everyone needs to overcome it at some point. "As the years went on I felt like I was getting closer and closer. Im pretty fortunate to be here with a ton of great players." Adirondack Flames head coach Ryan Huska led Calgarys prospects team in Penticton and said Gaudreau brings something special every time he touches the puck. "Hes got this ability where youre amazed," said Huska. "He slows the game down in a positive way. Everybody talks about speeding the game up and how we want to play faster, but theres something to be said for a player that can slow it down. "Hes one of those players ... hell bring people to their feet and energy to his bench." Added linemate and 2014 fourth overall pick Sam Bennett: "Its amazing. Hes an unbelievably skilled player. Any time you get a chance to play with a guy like that, good things are going to happen." Sean Monahan, the sixth overall pick in 2013, made the Flames last year and it remains to be seen if Gaudreau, Bennett or another Calgary prospect can crack the roster this year for a franchise that is rebuilding and has not made the playoffs since 2009. "Its one of the organizations you want to be a part of as a younger guy," said Gaudreau. "Management says theres open spots so youve got to go into camp thinking that youre going to be in one of those spots and just try to prove that you belong there. "Whether I play in the AHL or the NHL, either or, Im just going to do the best I can and see where that goes." Cheap Predators Jerseys Cheap Jets Jerseys Cheap Ducks Jerseys Cheap Coyotes Jerseys Cheap Sharks Jerseys Cheap Canucks Jerseys Cheap Bruins Jerseys Cheap Sabres Jerseys Cheap Panthers Jerseys Cheap Canadiens Jerseys Cheap Senators Jerseys Cheap Hurricanes Jerseys Cheap Blue Jackets Jerseys Cheap Islanders Jerseys Cheap Rangers Jerseys Cheap Flyers Jerseys ' ' '

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