For Han Jin-seon, 26

the Hi-One Country Club is a place of special significance.

Last year

six years after his professional debut

he gave him the joy of winning his first title in his 131st tournament.

Han Jin-sun once again made special memories on the 20th at Haiwon Country Club (par 72) in Jeongseon-gun



who entered the final four rounds tied for third place

two strokes behind the leader

shot a 7-under-par 65 to win with a total of 14-under-par 275 after stringing together two eagles and three birdies on the day.

The 14-under-par score is a new record set by Lim Hee-jung in 2019

breaking the record for the lowest score in this tournament (13-under-par) by one stroke. 토토사이트

It is the second time that a successful title defense has been made at this tournament after Lim Hee-jung in 2019 and 2021 (the 2020 tournament was not held due to the spread of COVID-19)

and the third time Han Jin-sun has won two consecutive titles

including Yoo So-yeon (2009 and 2015).

It was only the third time in history that he had won the final round of the KLPGA Tour with two or more eagles.

At the 2013 Hanwha Classic

Kim Se-young scored an eagle on the ninth hole and a hole-in-one on the 17th hole

and at the 2017 Chojeong Carbonated Water Yongpyeong Resort Open

Choi Hye-jin won with eagles on both the fifth and 16th holes (par 4).

Two miraculous shot eagles on the seventh (par-4) and 11th (par-5) holes clinched the match.

Han Jin-seon

who had been making par until the fifth hole

changed the mood by making his first birdie of the day on the sixth hole (par-3).

On the seventh hole (par 4)

he made a comfortable eagle when his ball from 161 yards was sucked into the hole

dropping two more strokes in an instant.

Han Jin-seon, who was the first to take the lead at 10-under-par

dropped one stroke on the 10th hole (par-4) and then made another picturesque shot eagle on the 11th (par-5).

The distance to the hole was about 99 yards

and his third shot was sucked straight into the hole

marking his second shot eagle of the day after the seventh hole.

Han Jin-seon

who cut his score to 13-under-par in an instant and took a four-shot lead

continued his tight play by hitting his tee shot short on the 14th hole (par 3) and making a difficult par putt from about 2.5 meters away.

On the contrary

the chasers lost a stroke and Han Jin-sun was more relaxed and headed for the championship for the second consecutive year.

Im Jin-hee

who was trailing by four strokes, made a bogey on the 14th hole and gave Hanjeon a five-shot lead.

He added a birdie on the 16th hole (par 4) to take a six-shot lead and effectively wedge in the championship.

After that

Han Jin-seon

who closed all the remaining holes with pars

secured the No. 1 position and succeeded in winning his second career title.

Han Jin-sun was a shooter until he learned to play golf in the second grade of junior high school.

Within three months of his entry

he was so talented that he went to the national championship and finished second.

Thanks to its unusual history

it is preceded by the modifier “sniper”.

After winning

Han Jin-sun said

After the second eagle came out

I thought

This is my golf course


I’ve said before that it’s my favorite golf course

but I think I made a confirmation shot again

revealing that he has a special connection with Hi-One Country Club.

I’ve been running really hard until today, but today I had two eagles

so it was a very lucky day

he said


I want to win all the remaining races, but the Height Career Championship

which I narrowly missed out on last year

is the most greedy.

In the long run

I want to achieve 10 wins.

Han Jin-sun

who lifted the trophy again for the first time in a year

added 144 million won in prize money and jumped 15 spots from 29th to 14th (349,800,130 won) in the prize money ranking.

His highest personal ranking is 17th (441,203,333 won) recorded last year.

Im Jin-hee (25)

who was trying for his third win of the season

made a bogey on the final 18th hole (par-4) to finish tied for second place (8-under-par 280) with Lee So-mi

Mada Som and Lee Ga-young

while Park Min-ji finished tied for sixth place (7-under-par 281) with Park Do-young and Kim So-yi.


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