LONDON, Ontario, Aug. 10 (UPI) -- Angela Stanford has a three-shot lead after one round of the LPGA's Canadian Open Golf Tournament at London, Ontario.
In Thursday's first 18 holes, Stanford, who turned professional in 2001 and has won once on the tour, shot 8-under 64.
She leads Cristie Kerr, Vicki Goetze-Ackerman and Jee Young Lee, who all shot 5-under 67.
"My goal today was to be patient," Stanford said. "I just gave myself some chances and the putts were going in today. I'm just really rolling it really well right now."
Stanford has not missed a cut since the LPGA Corning Classic in late May.