Suzann Petterson leads the ISPS Handa Womens Australian Open at the end of day 1 at Victoria Golf Club Suzann Petterson/ Getty Suzann shot an opening round of -6 under par 66, which gave her a slender one shot lead at the conclusion of the first days play in the ISPS Handa Womens Australian Open at the Victoria Golf Club. She was very pleased with her effort, and was confident about her ability; “I felt like I played good and gave myself a lot of good chances, putted, for the most part, well. It was a little bit of a mixture but 66 opening round, I'm very, very happy. I really just want to see how good I can be. I know I'm good, if I play like I did today and trust my swing and trust what I'm working on. I just want to see how far I can get and I don't really measure myself up against other players, they're just my competitors." Jaclyn Sweeny and Hee Young Park are tied in second place at -5 under par after their first rounds of 67. Lovely Lydia Ko is in the huge bunch of ten players at -4 under par, two strokes off the lead. Among those are; Azahara Munoz, Sydnee Michaels, Holly Clyburn and Paula Creamer. The leading Australian ladies are also at -4 under par, Minjee Lee, the amateur, Karrie Webb and Sarah-Jane Smith. Lydia was upset at making bogey on a par five; “It was a really good round. I made a couple of silly mistakes like making a bogey on eight, which was a par 5. Most of the time you make a birdie, then a bogey, so I was a little upset about that but then I kind of finished it well with another birdie."