Dawn Coe-Jones was supposed to play for the World team at last year’s ISPS Handa Cup, but sustained an injury and worked as a caddie instead. This year, Coe-Jones turned it around and filled in for an injured Jan Stephenson at Old Waverly in West Point, Miss.
The ISPS Handa Cup is an annual team competition between American-born members of the LPGA’s Legends Tour (45 and over) and tour members who were born outside the United States.
Coe-Jones, who was originally to work as an assistant captain for the World team this year, joined Alison Nicholas to halve their nine-hole best ball match against Americans Pat Bradley and Barb Mucha.
Coe-Jones then teamed with Jane Crafter to halve a nine-hole modified alternate shot match against Sherri Steinhauer and Christa Johnson of the United States.
The two sides are tied at 12, with singles set for Sunday. Lorie Kane of Charlottetown will play Beth Daniel and Coe-Jones will play Barb Mucha.
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