Korea, which had already been eliminated from the group stage due to two consecutive losses in the women’s golf national competition, Hanwha Life Plus International Crown (total prize money of 2 million dollars), achieved a lasting victory by winning the last match against Korea and Japan.
Korea held on the 7th (Korean time) at TPC Harding Park (par 72) in San Francisco, California, USA, on the third day of the tournament, in the final round of the group stage four-ball (one team in a two-person group plays with their own ball, and the better performance is counted as a team score) ) won two games against Japan.
Ko Jin-young and Kim Hyo-joo took a three-hole lead over Yuka Saso-Shibuno Hinako with two holes left, while Jeon In-ji-Choi Hye-jin won the match by leading Hataoka Nasa-Furue Ayaka by three holes to the 17th hole.
As a result, Korea won 2 out of 6 four-ball matches in the group stage against Australia, Thailand, and Japan in this tournament and recorded 2 points with 2 wins, finishing 3rd in Group B following Thailand (6 points) and Australia (3.5 points). I finished the contest on top. Japan ranked last with 0.5 points.
In the International Crown, a women’s golf national competition founded in 2014, Korea won the tournament just before 2018 when it was the host country, but in this tournament, it suffered two losses to Australia and Thailand in the preceding two days, and has already failed to advance to the semifinals.
Korea, the United States, Japan, Sweden, England, Thailand, Australia, and China competed in this tournament and were divided into Groups A and B to play the group stage.
It has nothing to do with advancing to the semifinals, but in the match between Korea and Japan on this day, where pride was at stake, Ko Jin-young and Kim Hyo-joo took the lead with Ko Jin-young’s birdie on the 2nd hole (par 3) and then won holes 8-10 in a row, and at one point took the lead in the 4th hole. brought victory
Choi Hye-jin and Jeon In-ji continued their close lead by one hole, but ended the game on the 17th hole after seizing the victory with Jeon In-ji’s birdie on the 14th hole (par 4).
Thailand, which featured sisters Moriya-Eriya Jutanugarn and Patty Tawatanagit-Ataya Titikul, swept all six group matches, including two wins against Australia, and advanced to the semifinals by finishing in first place in Group B.
Australia lost both matches on the day, but thanks to the points it earned against Korea and Japan, it entered the semifinals in second place.
In Group A, Sweden topped the table with 5.5 points and will face Australia in the semifinals.
In Sweden’s final match against the United States, Anna Nordqvist and Karolin Hedvall defeated the world’s No. 1 Nellie Koda and Chevron Championship winner Lilia Bu by one hole, and Madeleine Saxtrom and Maya Stark defeated Daniel Kang- I drew with Lexi Thompson.토스카지노
The United States, the winner of the tournament twice in 2016, ranked second in Group A (3.5 points), following Sweden, and advanced to the semifinals to compete with Thailand for a place in the final.
China finished 3rd (2 points), and England finished bottom of Group A (1 point).
On the 8th, the last day of the tournament, the semi-finals, finals, and 3-4 place matches will follow.
Semifinals, finals, and 3rd-4th place matches consist of 1 foursome match and 2 single matchplay matches in which two players alternately hit one ball.