Rookie Yoo Hae-ran (22)’s debut victory and a Korean player’s two consecutive victories were unfortunately canceled. However, the Korean corps, which broke the 18-game winless chain in the previous tournament, showed a gradual recovery of confidence by posting the top 3 names along with the United States in the top 10.

Anna Lin (27) won the final total of 18 at the LPGA Tour Drive-On Championship (total prize money of $1.75 million), which ended on the 27th 토토사이트(Korean time) at Superstition Mountain Golf Course (par 72) in Gold Canyon, Arizona, USA. He finished fourth with an under par of 270. Then Jinyoung Ko (28) tied for 5th place (17 under par), and Yoo Hae-ran accepted the report card for a tie for 7th place (16 under par).

In the 3rd round, 6 Korean players lined up within a tie for 7th place by 3 strokes, aiming for a come-from-behind victory, but it was regrettable. Annalin sent a 5-under par, but from the 15th hole, she could not reduce the number of strokes, and Yoo Hae-ran, who started in a tie for second place by one stroke and challenged the record of winning the debut match, only reduced one stroke. Yoo Hae-ran, who played an impressive game from his first appearance, said, “I think I didn’t have many chances because I played too defensively on the last day. He said, “I think he will have a lot of experience playing on the LPGA Tour in the future.” Ko Jin-young, who won the previous HSBC World Championship, achieved top 10 results in all three competitions she participated in this year.

The winner was Celine Boutier, a Thai-French athlete. Boutier, who reduced 4 strokes on the day, tied with Georgia Hall (England), who reduced 7 strokes, at 20 under par, and played an extra game. The two have been active as partners in the 2019 and 2021 Solheim Cup (US/Europe competition). In the first hole of the extension held on the 18th hole (par 5), Butier recorded a birdie to achieve his third win in his career. The winning prize is $262,500 (approximately 340 million won).

Yang Hee-young tied for 16th with a 14-under par, and Choi Woon-jung, Kim Se-young and Shin Ji-eun tied for 23rd with a 13-under par. The Korean Legion, which failed to win two consecutive tournaments, will challenge its second championship this season at the Dio Implant LA Open, which will be held from the 31st.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.