Aussie Oh makes solid Scottish Open start

Australian golfer Su Oh lies within striking distance of the lead at the Women's Scottish Open after a posting a solid opening round of 65 on Thursday.

Oh finished day one on six under for a share of fifth place alongside Sweden's Caroline Hedwall and Korea's Chella Choi at the European Tour event at The Renaissance Club in Berwick, two shots behind the leading trio of Holland's Anne Van Dam, American Jane Park and Korea's Lee Mi-hyang, the 2017 champion.

In between those groups, Thailand's Moriya Jutanugarn lies a shot off the lead after her first-round 64.

Sei Young Kim, Mi Jung Hur and Hyo Joo Kim share eighth position on five-under-par.

Australia's Hannah Green is a shot further back in a pack of seven players on four-under, with compatriots Katherine Kirk on three under and Minjee Lee on -2.

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