‘Barefoot Fighting Spirit’ Park Gyeol and Han Jin-sun, who received a Benz, joint lead on the first day of the KLPGA Championship

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 Park Gyeol (27), who showed off his barefoot fighting spirit, Han Jin-seon (26), who won a Mercedes car by recording a hole-in-one, and Bang Shin-sil (19), a newcomer, will be on the Korean Women’s Professional Golf (KLPGA) Tour 2023 In the first major tournament of the season, Chris F&C tied for the lead in the first round of the 45th KLPGA Championship (total prize money of 1.3 billion won).

Park Gyeol, Han Jin-sun, and Bang Shin-sil recorded 5 under par 67 strokes side by side in the first round of the tournament held at Lakewood Country Club (par 72) in Yangju-si, Gyeonggi-do on the 27th.

Park Gyeol wrote down 6 birdies and 1 bogey, and Han Jin-sun wrote 1 eagle and 3 birdies without bogey. Bang Sin-sil pulled out 8 birdies even after recording a bogey and a double bogey.

First, Park Gyeol missed the cut at the Lotte Rent-A-Car Women’s Open, which was held as the opening game in Korea earlier this month, but after that, she improved her ranking to 42nd-14th over the next two weeks, showing her senses.

After catching a 10m birdie on the 11th hole (par 5) that day, he recorded a formidable birdie of 5.8m on the 12th hole (par 3). Park Gyeol, who cruised with consecutive birdies on holes 14 (par 4) and 15 (par 5), faced a crisis when his tee shot at hole 2 (par 3) in the second half fell into the penalty area near the water in front of the green. Park Gyeol, who took off his socks and went into the water to hit the ball on the green, unfortunately wrote down his bogey in this hole.

After that, he added a birdie on the 6th hole (par 4) with a second shot at a distance of 1.2m from the pin, and a 4m birdie on the 7th hole (par 5).

In October 2018, Park Gyeol won the first championship in her life at the SK Networks Seoul Economic Daily Ladies Classic, and laid the foundation for a total of 2 wins in 4 years and 6 months.

Han Jin-sun added to the joy by winning a high-priced product with a hole-in-one and rising to the joint lead. He recorded the first hole-in-one on the 17th hole (par 3) and received a Mercedes-Benz The New EQE car worth 92 million won as an injur카지노사이트y. He hit a tee shot with an 8-iron from the teeing area at a distance of 138m, and the ball hit the edge of the green rolled into the hole. Having only earned 24.27 million won in four tournaments this season, he must have suffered an injury worth nearly four times the prize money.

He said, “I made my third hole-in-one in the tournament, and personally, it is my 7th hole-in-one. He was uninjured on his first hole-in-one, and received a utility club on his second hole-in-one. It’s the first time I’ve received a car, so I’m going to ride it,” he said with a wide smile.

Han Jin-sun, who won her first championship in her sixth year of debut at the High1 Resort Women’s Open last year, had the opportunity to decorate her second major championship with a major championship. Han Jin-sun said, “I had a chance to win the Hite Jinro Championship last year, but she was shaken on the last day. Her dream of winning a major grew bigger. She will work hard for the remaining three days,” she prepared.

Bang Sin-sil, 19, from the national team, took the joint lead with her first pro. Bang Sin-sil finished 40th in the KLPGA Tour seed rankings last year and is playing on the Dream Tour this year.

Starting with a bogey on the first hole (par 5) and then a double bogey on the second hole (par 4), he showed off his spirit by catching 8 birdies, including 5 birdies in a row, in 16 holes.

Bang Shin-sil said, “I was shaken because I couldn’t adapt to the green speed of the regular tour at the beginning of the game.” Since it is difficult to position the pin, I will pay attention to targeting the second shot, and I will pay attention to adjusting the speed according to the fast green speed.”

Song Ga-eun (23), Jeong Si-woo (22), Jeon Woo-ri (26), and Park Do-young (27) tied for 4th with a 4 under par 68 strokes, while defending champion Kim A-lim (28) reduced 3 strokes with 4 birdies and 1 bogey to tie 8. named above.

Last year’s prize money king Park Min-ji (25) and Grand Prize Grand Prize winner Kim Su-ji (27) tied for 73rd with a 2-over par 74, and this year’s prize money winner Park Ji-young (27) tied for 55th with a 1-over par 73.

Yoon Chae-young (36), who is ending her 18-year career at the end of this tournament, did well with an even par 72 and a tie for 40th place.

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