CLEVELAND, Ohio -- University of Arkansas junior Emily Tubert was eliminated in the round of 64 at the U.S. Women's Amateur Championship in Cleveland, Ohio, Wednesday.
The Burbank, Calif., native fell, 3&2, to Sarah Beth Davis of Victoria, Texas, to be eliminated.
Davis won the second hole taking an early lead at The Country Club of Cleveland. Tubert quickly rallied winning the third hole and squaring the match.
Tubert would go on and win the fourth hole, a par four 332-yard hole and hold the lead until Davis squared the match winning the sixth hole.
Davis would retake the lead winning the seventh hole but Tubert rallied in the back-and-forth match winning the 10th hole squaring the match for the fourth time. Tubert als won the 11th hole and led through 12 before Davis took advantage of a bogey by the Razorback to win No. 13.
Davis also won the 13th hole and would never again surrender the lead. She went on to win No. 15 and No. 16 eliminating Tubert from play.
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