Jeon In-ji (29), who fell one notch from the world’s top 10 in women’s golf, shakes off her regrets and dreams of a new leap forward at the Lotte Championship. When she was about to take on the challenge of a major tournament, the ‘Career Grand Slam’, she promised good results.

Jeon In-ji will compete in the Lotte Championship of the LPGA Tour, which will be held at Hoakalay Country Club (par 72) in Oahu, Hawaii, for four days from the 12th. At the official photo call of the tournament on the 11th, Jeon In-ji’s expression looked bright. After withdrawing due to back pain during the Dio Implant LA Open of the LPGA Tour, which ended earlier this month, she is aiming for a leap forward at the Lotte Championship after taking a week off.토스카지노

Jeon In-ji has to solve two tasks in this competition. The Lotte Championship is the last tournament to be held ahead of the Chevron Championship, the first major tournament of the season to be held for four days from the 20th. For Jeon In-ji, who will achieve a career grand slam by winning the Chevron Championship or the AIG Women’s Open, this is the final performance before an important match. In the women’s golf world rankings announced on the 4th immediately after the Dio Implant LA Open, she was ranked 11th, out of the top 10. She aims to re-enter the world top 10 based on her good performance in this competition.

In an official interview on the 11th, Jeon In-ji said, “I really enjoy playing in Hawaii. Seeing the sea and pretty flowers makes me feel comfortable and helps me on the course. I wish I had,” he said. The Lotte Championship is a tournament that draws attention with a special ceremony in which the winner dances a hula dance, reflecting the characteristics of being held in Hawaii. In response to a local reporter’s question, “Can you surf or hula dance?” Jeon In-ji answered, “Since I’ve never done surfing yet, I think hula dancing would be a little better.” I hope it is,” he said, revealing his will to win.

Jeon Ji-eun also revealed her determination for the Hanwha Life Plus International Crown, a women’s national golf tournament to be held early next month. “Because it’s such an honor and joy to play with the national flag engraved on a T-shirt. I hope I can help the team and the glory of our country,” he said. Jeon In-ji also added, “I hope I can win the tour again. So I will always do my best, and now I’m going to focus on this week.” JTBC Golf will broadcast all rounds of the tournament live. The first round will be broadcast from 8:00 am on the 13th.

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