Moon Jung-min, who won the Dream Tour two days ago…joins the lead in the Ssatman Open

 Moon Jung-min, who won the Dream Tour two days ago, was tied for the lead on the first day of the KLPGA Tour OK Financial Group Shot Man Open (total prize money of 800 million won).

On the first day of the tournament held at the Club 72 Haneul Course (par 72, 6,713 yards) in Yeongjong Island, Incheon on the 15th, Moon Jung-min made 6 birdies and made no bogeys, hitting 6 under par 66. Moon Jung-min formed a strong leading group with Lee Ye-won, Madasom, Ha Min-song, Kim Woo-jung, Choi Ye-rim, and Park Bo-gyeom.

Moon Jung-min, who is running both the KLPGA Tour and the Dream Tour, said after the game, “I had a good feeling after winning the Dream Tour, and I was able to maintain that feeling well and achieve good results.” He added, “I will do the remaining rounds as I always do.” . He said, “It would be great if I get good grades, but I will work hard to finish well even if I end up with a bogey.”

Lee Ye-won, who is leading the money rankings, reduced 6 strokes with 8 birdies and 2 bogeys to join the joint lead. With this, Ye-Won Lee is attempting her third win of the season following the Lotte Rent-a-Car Women’s Open and the Doosan Construction We’ve Championship.먹튀검증

Lee Ye-won, who is currently leading the prize money rankings with season prize money of 989.38 million won, is expected to easily surpass 1 billion won in season prize money in this tournament. Lee Ye-won, who showed off her good shot sense by making four consecutive birdies in holes 13 to 16, said, “I felt good about my shot today. “While playing 18 holes, the shots followed well, so I was able to reduce the number of strokes a lot,” he said. “My driving distance decreased by about 5 yards compared to the beginning of the season, but after a two-week break, I regained my driving distance and my stamina increased a lot, allowing me to play a little more easily.” “I think so,” he said.
Bae Soo-hyun tied for 8th place with 5 under par 67 strokes, one stroke behind Kim Ji-hyun and Jeong So-i. Following them, Park Hyun-kyung and Kim Hae-rim tied for 14th place with 4 under par 68 strokes. Kim Min-sol, a national team member participating in the Hangzhou Asian Games, is tied for 21st with 3 under par 69 strokes.

Meanwhile, Jeong-eun Lee6, who plays on the LPGA Tour, tied for 25th with Hwang Yu-min and Lim Hee-jung with 2 under par 70 strokes. Defending champion Kim Su-ji tied for 65th with an even par score of 72.

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