“I was in really good shape yesterday, but I hit an over par. Today, I thought I was less recovered, but I played a better game. I felt once again that golf is a difficult and sensitive sport.”
Ko Jin-young (28) made 5 birdies in the 2nd round of the LPGA Tour JM Eagle LA Championship (total prize money of 3 million dollars) held at the Wilshire Country Club (par 71) in Los Angeles, California on the 29th (Korean time). , tying two bogies and hitting a 3-under-par 68.
Jinyoung Ko, who recorded an interim total of 140 at 2 under par, was tied for 12th place. She is four strokes behind sole leader Aditi Ashok (India).
Ko Jin-young, who has participated in 5 tournaments this year and finished in the top 10 in all except for the Dio Implant LA Open (tied for 25th), is also aiming for a top 10 or higher this tournament. This course left a bad memory for her last year, Ko Jin-young.
Ko Jin-young, who led her카지노사이트 through the second round, said that the ball fell into a gorge in the third round, and she continued her shot on the mud, but ended up missing it. Jinyoung Ko, who she finished with a quadruple bogey, was eventually pushed out of contention for her championship.
This year, I haven’t risen to the top yet, but the flow is not bad. He was 1 over par in the 1st round, but reduced 3 strokes in the 2nd round. Ko Jin-young, who caught the first birdie on the 10th hole (par 4) in the first half, made consecutive birdies on the 15th and 16th holes. In the second half, he made bogies on holes 4 (par 3) and 6 (par 4), but made up for it by recording consecutive birdies on holes 7 and 8.
Ko Jin-young said, “It’s a little regretful that I made two bogeys in the second half, but I think I made up for it well by reducing two strokes in the last three holes. I don’t think there is anything out there,” he said.
“Golf is always a sport that depends on the condition,” he said. “I teed off at around 1:00 pm yesterday, but the ball didn’t hit my heart, so I thought I should practice quickly and came out around 10:00. I lost a lot of stamina. Today, when I tried to get up around 5 am, I was tired because I couldn’t recover well. Yesterday, I was in really good condition, but I played an over par, and today I thought I was less recovered, but I played a better game than yesterday. Golf is I felt once again that it was a difficult and sensitive sport.”
He said, “I want to play with a little more focus. Since the course is not long, if the accuracy of the shot increases, I can always create a lot of birdie chances. I think it’s important to feel it,” he promised.