Lee Ye-won, who ranked first in the prize money rankings, expressed her desire to win the major tournament, the Hanwha Classic.
Lee Ye-won will participate in the Hanwha Classic (total prize money of 1.7 billion won), a major tournament on the KLPGA tour, to be held at the Jade Palace Golf Club in Chuncheon, Gangwon-do from the 24th.
Lee Ye-won, who became the rookie of the year last year, gained momentum and tasted the excitement of her first win at the Lotte Rent-A-Car Women’s Open, the opening match of this season in Korea, and then reached the top again at the Doosan Engineering & Construction We’ve Championship held in Jeju two weeks ago. joined the ranks
Lee Ye-won, who recorded her two wins and seven top 10 entries, recorded her season’s cumulative prize money of 731.88 million won, beating Park Ji-young (678.71 million won), who ran her lead throughout her first half. He put his name at the top of the prize money rankings.
Lee Ye-won has a high reputation for her impeccable and flawless player.
Even though she was a rookie last year, she ranked 8th overall in average at-bats, and showed extraordinary potential by ranking top overall in terms of fairway landing percentage (5th), green hit percentage (12th) and average putting (18th). boasted
This season, she is a step further, as if to ridicule the term her second year jinx. It is Lee Ye-won who has risen to the highest level in terms of shot accuracy, such as 2nd in average strokes, 6th in green hit rate, and 13th in fairway landing rate.
Lee Ye-won, who has been following the elite course step by step, has the next goal to win a major tournament.안전놀이터
In particular, this Hanwha Classic is no different from Yewon Lee’s point of view. That is also because she swallowed the regret of missing the cut by performing poorly with a 10-over par until the second round last year.
Lee Ye-won said at the official press conference held the day before, “This is my second participation. Last year, she finished with disappointing grades, but this time, she will work hard to achieve good results.”
Lee Ye-won’s point of view in this tournament is, of course, an accurate shot. Lee Ye-won said, “I expected her rough to be long like last year, but she was shorter than I thought. Still, it feels longer than other competitions. I think the most important thing for her is to protect the fairway, and since the fairway landing rate is high this year, I will keep it well in this tournament,” she revealed her strategy.
“I still can’t believe I’m number one on the money list,” she said. There are still many competitions left, so I will keep my good grades until the end of the season. Since winning a major tournament is her goal, I will try to achieve it through this tournament,” she clenched her fists.
Meanwhile, Lee Ye-won belongs to Group 29 in the first round of the Hanwha Classic along with Hong Ji-won and Han Jin-sun and will be on the teeing ground at 12:25.