A red light was lit on Park Min-ji’s 3-game losing streak.
In the first round of the KLPGA Tour NH Investment & Securities Ladies Championship (total prize money of 800 million won) held at the Suwon CC New Course (par 72, 6586 yards) in Yongin, Gyeonggi Province on the 12th, Park Min-ji, who was aiming for a third consecutive victory, finished tied for 25th with a 2 under par 70 strokes. . Ji-Young Park, Ji-Young Park, Jin-Hee Lim, Ji-Woo Koh, Ye-Bon Choi, and Ha-Jin Seo, who recorded a 6-under 66, are 4 strokes behind the joint leaders. Park Min-ji expressed her frustration that the game did not work out on her own, saying, “2% is not enough.”
Park Min-ji, who started the game on the 10th hole (par 4), made her first birdie by accurately hitting her tee shot on the 13th hole (par 3). However, he seldom added a birdie, and after the first half, he continued his birdie streak in the second half. He recorded a birdie on the first hole of the second half (par 4), followed by consecutive birdies on the second hole (par 4), raising his momentum. At the end of the game, it was a disappointment. He missed the second shot in hole 6 (par 4) and fell into the rough, then added 3 putts and committed the only bogey in the game that day. He finished the remaining hole with a par and finished the game at 2 under par.
Park Ji-young, who won the Hana Financial Group Singapore Women’s Open, the opening match of this season, is currently ranked first in the KLPGA prize money rankings. Seo Eo-jin, who tied for the lead with Park Ji-young with a 6-under-par 66, lost his seed at 61st in the prize money rankings last year when he was a rookie and had to play again. The difference in prize money between Jeong Ji-min, who finished 60th last year, and the prize money was only 298,547 won, so if he had earned only 300,000 won more, Seo Eo-jin could have secured a seed this year without playing in the seed match.메이저놀이터
Seo Hae-jin, who lost his seed, increased his flight distance last winter and improved his accuracy by changing the trajectory of his backswing. Seo Jin-jin said, “I liked the iron shot and the putt. I am satisfied,” he said. “As competitions in which I unfortunately missed the cut continued, I became obsessed with what to do if I did not pass the cut. Rather than thinking about winning, I will play carefully, one shot at a time.”
Lim Jin-hee, who is aiming for a second win in his career, and Ko Ji-won, a rookie, and Choi Ye-bon, a 2nd year player, also competed for the title with 6 under par. Lee Da-yeon, winner of the KLPGA Championship, Choi Eun-woo, who won her first career victory at the Nexen/Saint Nine Masters, and Jang Su-yeon followed with a 5 under par 67 strokes.