Park Bo-gyeom (25) attempts for her second win of the season and second overall win at the OK Financial Group Shotman Open (total prize money of 800 million won) on the Korea Ladies Professional Golf (KLPGA) Tour.
In the second round of the tournament held on the 16th at Club 72 Country Club Haneul Course (par 72) in Jung-gu, Incheon, Park Bo-gyeom made 7 birdies without bogeys and recorded 7 under par 65 strokes.
Park Bo-gyeom, who recorded a total of 13 under par and 131 strokes over two days, took the sole lead, beating Lee Ji-hyun (27) and Madasom (24), who were tied for second place, by one stroke.
Park Bo-gyeom, now in her third year on the KLPGA Tour, won her first career title at the Kyochon 1991 Ladies Open last May. He rose to the top by recording a hole-in-one in the final second round of the tournament, which was reduced to 36 holes due to rain and wind. She also set a record for becoming the fifth player to score a final round hole-in-one and win on the KLPGA Tour.
Park Bo-gyeom is looking for her second win of the season and second overall in four months in this competition. Park Bo-gyeom said, “Having won her first win in a competition that was reduced to 36 holes, she felt like she wanted to prove herself a little more. He practiced harder on himself. “I hope there will be good results in this competition.”소닉카지노
Park Bo-gyeom, who is ranked 5th in the number of strokes gained by putt over two days (2.34 strokes), said, “I was a little disappointed with the shot, but the putt fell well. He considers the final round to be the same day as rounds 1 and 2. I think he needs to make as many birdies as possible. “I will do my best in every hole and every shot,” he said.
Lee Ji-hyun, who rose to a tie for second place with eight birdies and no bogeys, is attempting her second win in six years and four months since winning the E1 Charity Open in May 2017. Now in her second year, Mada Som is looking for her first win.
Choi Ye-rim (24), who was tied for the lead in the first round, fell to sole fourth place (11 under par, 133 strokes) even after reducing 5 strokes.
Lee Se-hee (25), who jumped to sole 5th place (11 under par, 134 strokes) with 8 under par 64 strokes, is also challenging her personal best score. 9th place at the 2021 Lotte Open was the highest ranking Sehee Lee recorded on the KLPGA Tour.
Se-hee Lee said, “He had a hard time with his shots for a while, so we did a new club fitting for him this time. “That change suited my current condition well and helped me a lot,” he said.
Regarding his determination to challenge for a come-from-behind victory, he said, “I was always greedy on the last day and often missed shots. “I will focus on what is needed in each situation,” he said.
Lee Ye-won (20), who ranked first in prize money, only lost two strokes in the second round, falling from tied for the lead to tied for 10th (8 under par, 136 strokes).
Kim Min-sol (17), an amateur national team member who will participate in the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games after this competition, also tied for 10th place along with Lee Ye-won and Moon Jeong-min (21).
Lee Jeong-eun (27), who plays on the LPGA tour, barely made the cut with a tie for 54th place (3 under par, 141 strokes).