There are three ladies tied at the top of the leaderboard at the LPGA, Kraft Nabisco Championship at Mission Hills Country Club in California. They are Suzann Petterson, Na Yeon Choi and Jodi Ewart Shadoff. Na Yeon Choi / Getty images. Neither Na Yeon Choi or SuzzanPettersen, who played in an early morning twosome, made a bogey on their way to an opening score of -4 under par at the Mission Hills Country Club. They were the only players in the field who managed to navigate the day without a blemish on the card. Jodi Ewart Shadoff was the exception among the top three, she mixed six birdies and two bogeys, but still hit eight fairways and 13 greens. Suzann said there was no chance of making a bogey today; “No, and we weren't really close to making one, I made one good up-and-down when I missed the fairway on fifteen, had an up and down from the bunker. That was pretty much the only kind of tough par I had out there. We played solid, both of us. It was a nice pace of play. It's really nice to get around in just over four hours. It really helps. It keeps the flow going, and like I said, I felt like I maybe left a few out there, but no complaints." Na Yeon was also happy with her bogey free round; “I'm really happy I played without a bogey today, but luckily I played in the morning today, and the greens and fairways are a little softer than the afternoon. I have to play afternoon tomorrow. I have to be precise for second shots, and I have to try to get the ball to finish below the hole and try to make uphill putts. I didn't have birdie on the front nine until number nine, but I tried to stay calm and then kept trying too hard. Last one I got a good birdie there." Jodi said she had played consistently well; " I played really consistently, got on a birdie train in the middle of my round which was nice. I was hitting a lot of greens and making a lot of putts. I’ve been playing really consistently the last three or four tournaments and so I knew, my game is right there and I knew I was due to have a really good round." Stacy Lewis struggled today, a triple bogey on the par three 14th; " I was in a couple divots and it was just kind of a strange day, I'm definitely disappointed, but I made some putts there on the back nine, which was nice. But considering I made a triple and I shot 1 over, yes, it's good. You know, the greens might be as firm as I've ever seen them for early in the week. Fairways, the problem is you land short, it hits and stops. You land on the green and it releases. The greens are firm and it's playing hard, so I knew if I could somehow on the back nine get it back to even, I would be right there."