Veteran Lee Jung-min (30), who handles long irons, immediately won the championship with an eagle on the 18th hole (par 5) on the second day of the Korea Women’s Professional Golf (KLPGA) Tour PLK Pacific Rings Korea Championship (total prize money of 700 million won) jumped to
On the second day of the tournament held at the Twin Doves Golf Club (par 72, 6549 yards) in Binh Duong, Vietnam on the 17th, Lee Jung-min caught 1 eagle and 4 birdies without a bogey and hit 6 under par 66. Lee Jung-min, who recorded an interim total of 8 under par and 136 strokes, tied for second place with Go Ji-woo (20).
Lee Jung-min is recognized as the best long iron player on the KLPGA Tour. On the same day, he sent a tee shot to the rough area on the left side of the fairway on the 18th hole (par 4), but after attaching the ball to the pin 2m with a 4-iron, it was connected with an eagle. Lee Jung-min said after the game, “The ball rolled well along the slope of the green and got close to the pin.”
Iron shots are especially important in this tournament. This is because the green of the competition course has severe undulation, so you have to send the ball as far as possible to the uphill putt position. For Lee Jung-min, who handles irons well, this is a good opportunity to win.
If Lee Jung-min, who won his ninth tour victory at the Dongbu Construction and Korea Land Trust Championships last October, succeeds in winning the come-from-behind victory, he will win his 10th individual victory in one year and two months. Lee Jung-min said, “Physical strength is the key. I hope my stamina holds up well until the last hole. He thinks that if he attacks well in my way, he can achieve good results.” 토토사이트
Choi Ye-rim (23) reduced 5 strokes to 7 birdies and 2 bogeys, taking the lead by one stroke with a median total of 9 under par and 135 strokes. Choi Ye-rim, who took the lead by one stroke by catching three birdies in a row from holes 16 to 18, challenges his first regular tour victory in the final round.
Choi Ye-rim, who debuted on the KLPGA tour in 2018, has yet to win a regular tour, and only runner-up is on the record four times. Choi Ye-rim also finished runner-up twice this year at the Jeju Samdasoo Masters and the High1 Resort Women’s Open in August. Choi Ye-rim said, “I didn’t know, but when the opportunity to win comes, it seems to be very tense. Even if we play in the champion group tomorrow, we will play the same round as usual.”
Rookie Kojiu, who was tied for the lead on the first day, reduced two more strokes with three birdies and one bogey to challenge for a come-from-behind victory with a tie for second place. Ko Ji-woo said, “I have been a fan of Lee Jung-min for a long time, but he has never played in the same group. I am looking forward to playing in the championship group. I want to show a better image in front of Lee Jung-min.”
Lee So-mi (23), who won the championship for two weeks in a row in Jeju this season, took 3 birdies without a bogey and tied for 4th place with Kim Woo-jung (24) with a median total of 7 under par and 137 strokes. Lee So-young (25), Lee Ji-hyun 3 (24), and Hong Jung-min (20) tied for 6th place with a median total of 6 under par and 138 strokes.