Chella Choi, from South Korea, has taken the first round lead at the delayed Wegmans LPGA Championship with an opening round of -5 under par 67, at the Locust Hill Country Club course. The 2nd Major of the year is finally under way, barring more major rainfall. Chella Choi / Halleran / Getty Images The wet and soggy conditions at Locust Hill Country Club could not prevent Chella from taking a slender one-shot lead at the Wegmans LPGA Championship. She carded six birdies in her first 10 holes and made just one bogey in her opening round, saying she had hit many fairways today; "I hit a really good driver today, I hit 14 fairways. So I'm really happy, my goal is just keep fairway." Tied in second place at -4 under par are Jiyai Shin, also of South Korea, and Morgan Pressel of America. Morgan was also happy to have made many fairways; "I played pretty well out there, I didn't put myself really in any bad trouble which you can certainly find on this golf course. I hit a lot of fairways, which you need to do. I only missed I think two or three maybe, and the couple that I did, I most of the time saved par. I did not hit the ball very well here last year, I was in the rough a lot and I truly think that is kind of what caused it. It was just the many, many shots I had to whack out of the knee-high rough here." Alone in fourth spot is Brittany Lincicome, who is a further shot back at -3 under par. Brittany explained her thoughts on why she has had recent struggles with her game; "For my game I really can't even pinpoint one specific thing. Like the beginning of the year in the off season I tried taking lessons, and I'm a player that's kind of more of a feel player. I just kind of hit it, find it and hit it again. I think I was trying to change too many things at one time, so I kind of stopped doing that. And then I wasn't playing well, missed a couple of cuts in a row and lost my confidence. But took last week off to kind of go home and regroup, and you know, just try to remember that, you know, I've won five times on the LPGA Tour and I've been here before and I can do this. So I was just kind of feeling more confident today and every time I had a par putt or birdie putt I told myself, you've been here before, you can do this, let's make this. Just try to be more confident. Even if I'm shooting 100, I'm going to try to be more confident. That's the mindset coming into this week." Yani Tseng got her first LPGA Tour hole-in-one in Friday’s first round on the par 3 15th, but she did not see it go in; "No, I see where it was, but I did not see it go in, I had a hard time seeing the ball today. So I see it was good in the air, so that's all I needed. I mean after I hit it, I know it was a good shot, but I was just trying to be good distance, and I wasn't thinking it was going to go in the hole. I thought it would be perfect. This is my first hole‑in‑one since I turned pro."