Lee Ye-won, who ranks first in prize money on the Korea Ladies Professional Golf (KLPGA) tour, has an opportunity for her third win of the season.
Yewon Lee tied for the lead by hitting 6 under par 66 with 8 birdies and 2 bogeys in the first round of the OK Financial Group Shotman Open (total prize money: 800 million won) held at the Club 72 Sky Course (par 72, 6,713 yards) in Jung-gu, Incheon on the 15th. was named in
Ye-won Lee opened up the possibility of winning her third title on the regular tour, following the Lotte Rent-a-Car Women’s Open in April this year and the Doosan Construction Weave Championship last month.
Lee Ye-won, who currently ranks first in prize money for the season with 989.38 million won, is likely to surpass 1 billion won in this tournament.
Yewon Lee is also a former OK Golf Scholarship recipient from the OK Assignment Scholarship Foundation’s golf scholarship program, which includes affiliates of OK Financial Group.
Lee Ye-won, who started the game on the 10th hole that day, gained momentum by sweeping 5 birdies in the first half, including consecutive birdies in holes 13 to 16.
She had some ups and downs, including her first bogey in the 5th hole (par 4) in the second half, due to the bad luck that her approach shot was hit by a sprinkler and bounced far away, but she maintained the top of the leaderboard.토토사이트
Lee Ye-won said, “As the weather got warmer, my driving distance decreased by about 5 yards compared to the beginning of the season, but after a two-week break, I recovered it and my stamina increased a lot, so I am playing a little easier. Today, I had a good feel for the shot, so I was able to reduce the number of strokes a lot.” did.
He added, “I wasn’t the first to win two, so I wasn’t very disappointed when Jiyoung Park got her third win. There are still a lot of competitions left, so I think I just need to win the remaining competitions.”
Moon Jung-min, who won the KLPGA Division 2 Dream Tour tournament two days ago, made six birdies without a bogey and tied for the lead.
Moon Jung-min, who runs both the KLPGA Tour and the Dream Tour, has two wins in the second division tour, but no wins in regular tour competitions.
Moon Jung-min said, “After winning the Dream Tour, I maintained a good sense of well-being. Last season, I was very impatient and had a difficult season, but winning made me think that I can do well as well,” and added, “I will do the same for the remaining rounds.”
In addition to these, 7 people, including Choi Ye-rim, Madasom, Kim Woo-jung, Ha Min-song, and Park Bo-gyeom, were tied for the lead, and 6 people, including Kim Ji-hyun, were tied for 8th place (5 under par, 67 strokes), one stroke behind.
Park Hyun-kyung and Kim Hae-rim tied for 14th place (4 under par, 68 strokes), and Kim Min-sol, an amateur who is about to participate in the Hangzhou Asian Games, tied for 21st place (3 under par, 69 strokes).
Lee Jeong-eun, who plays on the LPGA tour, finished tied for 25th with Hwang Yu-min and Lim Hee-jung with 2 under par 70 strokes, while defending champion Kim Su-ji finished tied for 65th (even par, 72 strokes) and Ryu So-yeon tied for 88th (1 over par, 73 strokes). It ended with .
Park Ji-young, who won her third win of the season by winning the KB Financial Star Championship last week, and Park Min-ji, who has won the prize money for the past two years in a row, did not participate in this competition.