West Jessamine High School senior Ashlee Rose and other local golfers are staying busy this summer.
Rose is currently vying for a win at the 77th Women's Trans National Golf Association Championship at Persimmon Ridge Golf Club in Louisville.
After round two of competition Tuesday, Rose was in tenth place after shooting a 75, which followed a 76 on Monday. The leader was Caney Hines of San Antonio, Texas, with a two-day total of 145.
Rose was tied with fellow Kentuckian Marci Turner of Tompkinsville, and the two trailed Mallory Blackwelder of Versailles.
The tournament draws competitors from all over the world and two Australians are in the top 10.
Rose teed off Wednesday at 12:30 in the first round of match play with 63 other women. If she advances, Rose will compete with 31 others tomorrow before the field is narrowed to 16 by Thursday. Quarter and semifinals are Friday, with the finals on Saturday.