Defending Champ Park Ji-young · Prize Money King Park Min-ji · Rookie King Lee Ye-won… ‘Super Match’ unfolds

The 2nd Korea Women’s Professional Golf (KLPGA)온라인카지노 tour ‘Mediheal Hankook Ilbo Championship’ kicks off a splendid curtain. The ‘2nd Mediheal/Hankook Ilbo Championship’, a special event with a total prize money of 1 billion won (won prize money of 180 million won), is expected to heat up from the preliminaries as the ‘big name’ players are tied to the same group. Nine out of the top 10 prize money rankings last year challenged for the championship, and a large number of ‘big matches’ were made as top players from the US Women’s Professional Golf (LPGA) Tour and the European Women’s Professional Golf Tour (LET) participated.

Group 29, which is scheduled to start from Hall 1 at 12:25 pm on the 13th, the first day, gathered the ‘Big 3’, the most noteworthy of the tournament. Park Ji-young, defending the title as the defending champion of the tournament, Park Min-ji, who won the most wins and prize money last year, and Lee Ye-won, the rookie of the year and the winner of this season’s domestic opening game. The match between the three players with distinct personalities is expected to create numerous highlights from the first round.

First of all, Park Ji-young, who is aiming for a second consecutive victory in the tournament, won the ‘Hana Financial Group Singapore Women’s Open’ held in December of last year as the opening game of the 2023 KLPGA tour, followed by a tie for second place at the ‘Lotte Rent-A-Car Women’s Open’, the opening game in Korea last week. He is showing off his right shot. At a press conference held one day before the opening on the 12th, Park Ji-young expressed confidence, saying, “I prepared a lot for this tournament, and I did well last week, so the flow is good.”

Park Min-ji, the KLPGA’trend’, who swept the multi-winner and prize money king by taking six wins for two consecutive years in 2021 and 2022, is aiming for his first win this year. If she wins the prize money title by this year, she will become the first prize money winner in 15 years since Shin Ji-ae. Park Min-ji was somewhat sluggish with a tie for 28th in this tournament due to the aftereffects right after suffering from Corona 19 last year, and also fell short of expectations with a tie for 26th in the domestic opening match held last week. Park Min-ji said, “My physical condition is very good, but my golf condition is still improving.”

Lee Ye-won confirmed the rookie of the year award with two competitions left last season. At the end of the season, he showed off his overwhelming persistence enough to rank third in the prize money rankings (approximately 849 million won), but it was regrettable that he did not win a single championship. But Lee Ye-won finally quenched her thirst by climbing to the top at her Lotte Rent-A-Car Women’s Open, which ended last week.

Lim Hee-jeong, Lee Ga-young, and Anna Lin of Group 27 departing 10 minutes ahead of them, Kim Su-ji, Lee So-mi, and Kim Se-young of Group 20 departing from the 10th hole at 8:35 am, and Park Hyun-kyung, Ryu So-yeon, and Lyn Grant, departing at 8:25 am, are also expected to drive the Cloud Gallery. do.

In particular, Kim Su-ji, Lee So-mi, and Kim Se-young’s showdown with ‘Adal’ (the master of iron shots) representing the KLPGA tour and the long hitter representing the LPGA tour is exciting. Kim Su-ji ranked 4th overall with a green hit rate of 77.26%, which can measure the accuracy of iron shots last season, and Lee So-mi ranked 9th (76.03%). Sei-Young Kim averaged 265.42 yards (242.7m) on her last season on the LPGA Tour. Kim Soo-ji, who is called the ‘Autumn Queen’, expressed her confidence, saying, “Her condition has improved quickly overall, so I think she will be able to enjoy it in the first half of this year.” Kim Se-young pledged, “Last year, I couldn’t adjust to the jet lag, but this year I came early last week and prepared well, so I’ll show you a good image.”

Meanwhile, the four-day tournament held at the Ferrum Club (par 72, 6,652 yards) in Yeoju-si, Gyeonggi-do will be broadcast live every round through SBS Golf, Naver, LG U+, and Spokey.

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