QUEEN OF HIGH ONE HAN JIN SUN WINS SECOND CONSECUTIVE
Han Jin-sun shot a 2-under-par 20 in the final round of the Korea Women’s Professional Golf (KLPGA) Tour Hai-One Resort Women’s Open (total prize money of 8 million won) held today (7th) at Hai-One Country Club in Jeongseon-gun
to win with a four-round total of 65-under-par 4.
After winning the tournament for the first time in 14 games last year
Han Jin-sun enjoyed the joy of winning the tournament for the second time in a row and his second individual victory this year.
The prize money for the championship is 144 million won.
Han Jin-sun jumped to 14th place in the prize money ranking (349.8
I didn’t feel it after winning my first championship 먹튀검증사이트
which I was looking forward to so much
and I don’t feel it this time either.
Now that I’ve achieved one of my two goals this year
defending my title and winning a major
I’m going to try to win a major next.
This year’s 12th edition of the Hai One Resort Women’s Open is Han Jin-seon’s second consecutive title after Lim Hee-jung
but it is the first time Han Jin-sun has won two consecutive years.
Lim Hee-jung won her second consecutive title in 2020 due to COVID-19 and 2021 after winning the tournament in 2019.
He is the third player to win this tournament twice
after Yoo So-yeon (2009 and 2015) and Lim Hee-jung.
Ahead of the tournament
So far this season
we are in the process of preparing for the second consecutive Women’s Open at Hai One Resort.
I looked forward to this competition.
When I come to this course
I feel good and comfortable
who was confident in defending his title
and pulled off a thrilling comeback victory with two shot eagles on the day.
This is the third time he has won on the KLPGA Tour with two shot eagles.
Kim Se-young won the 2013 Hanwha Financial Classic and Choi Hye-jin won the 2017 Chojeong Carbonated Water Yongpyeong Resort Open by hitting two shot eagles in the final round.
who entered the final round tied for third place
two strokes behind leader Lee Je-young
had a frustrating game in which he was unable to drop one stroke until the fifth hole.
However, a 5-meter birdie putt on the par-3 sixth hole put Han in the lead, as his second shot from 161 yards on the par-4 seventh hole caught an eagle that was sucked into the hole.
I didn’t even think about the eagle because the pin position was difficult.”
With the momentum rising
Han made a birdie on the 10th hole (par 4) and then shot eagle on the 11th hole (par 5).
The ball, hit with a wedge from 100 yards away
disappeared into the cup.
I think it was a lucky day.
When the second eagle came out
This is my golf course.
Trailing with a five-stroke lead
Han Jin-sun holed a 3-meter birdie putt on the par-3 16th hole to drive a wedge.
Han, who won the final round by three strokes last year
overturned the lead by two strokes this time to win both times with come-from-behind wins on the final day.
Lim Jin-hee, who started the final round tied for third place with Han Jin-seon, chased down by one stroke
but could not stop Han’s momentum and had to settle for tied second place (8-under-par 280) by six strokes.
The two-time winner finished in the top 10 for the eighth time this season
making her the most frequent top-10 player alongside Park Ji-young.
With this runner-up finish
Jin Hee Lim moved up to the joint lead with Park Ji Young in the grand prize points.
Lim Jin-hee also rose to third place in the prize money ranking (584.28 million won).
Mada Som, who dropped three strokes
who shot 2-under-par
and Lee Ga-young
who shot an even-par 72
are also tied for second place (8-under-par 280) with Im Jin-hee.
Park Min-Ji shot a 3-under-par 69 to move up to tied for sixth place (7-under-par 281).
Lee Lee Young
who entered the final round in the lead
lost four strokes and slipped to tied for 12th place (5-under-par 283).
Lee Ye-won finished tied for 31st (even-par 288) but retained his No. 1 spot in the money rankings.
Yoo So-yeon, who entered as a featured player
shot a 2-over-par 74 to finish tied for 39th place (1-over-par 289).