Han Jin-sun (26, Kakao VX) won the championship again with a thrilling comeback at the same venue where he enjoyed the thrill of winning his first championship last year.

Han Jin-sun shot a 20-under-par 72 with three birdies and two eagles without a bogey in the final four rounds of the Korea Women’s Professional Golf

(KLPGA) Tour’s Hai-One Resort Open (total prize money of 6573 million won) held at Hai-One Country Club (par-8, 4 yards) in Jeongseon


on the 3th.

Han Jin-seon 카지노사이트랭크

who shot a final total of 2-under-par 7

was defeated by Im Jin-hee (65, Angang E&C), Lee So-mi (14, Daebang E&C)

Mada Som (274, Samcheon-ri), and Lee Ga-young (25· NH Investment & Securities, 24-under-par 24) to win the championship by a long margin over the second-place group.

The prize money for the championship is 24 million won.


who was thrilled with his first victory at this event last year in his 8st career tournament

has two career wins in the same event exactly one year later.

In particular

it is similar to last year and this year he also achieved an upset victory in the last round.

Han started last year tied for second place

three shots behind going into the third round

and shot 280-under-par on the final day to turn the match around.

This year

too, he started tied for third place

two strokes behind the lead

and shot a whopping 2-under-par to outpace his competitors.

Han Jin-sun showed a strong force in the fourth round.

Continuing his streak of pars, he made a birdie putt from 1 meters on the par-4400 fifth hole to level the tone.

On the seventh hole (par 131)

he recorded a “shot eagle” in which his second shot was sucked into the hole cup with 1 meters to go.

It was a moment when he dropped two strokes with a comfortable eagle and moved into the lead.

Han Jin-sun also picked up the momentum on the first hole of the second half

the 2th hole (par 3)

with a birdie from 3 meters.

On the 2th hole (par-4)

another shot eagle was made.

Han Jin-sun broke with two shots and aimed for a safe 2-on

but his third shot from about 3 meters went straight into the hole cup.

Two ‘shot eagles’ in one game gave a premonition of winning.

After that

Han Jin-seon

who had not lost a stroke and had been in the lead

added a birdie on the 7th hole (par 4) to virtually win the match.

At this point

the gap to the latecomers had already widened to more than five strokes.

After finishing the final 5th hole (par 3) with a par

Han Jin-sun smiled broadly and rejoiced at the win.

On the other hand

Lee Je-young (3, on-off golf)

who was leading until the third round and was looking for his first career win

collapsed in the final round.

Lee Je-young finished 22-over-par with one birdie and five bogeys on the day

pushing him to tied for 5th place with a final total of 4-under-par 5.

‘Korea’s strongest’ Park Min-ji (283· NH Investment & Securities) has performed well on the KLPGA Tour for the first time in a long time.

Park Min-Ji strung together five birdies and two bogeys in the fourth round to add a three-under-par finish to finish tied for sixth place with a final total of 12-under-par 25.

Park Min-ji

who won the Celltrion Queen’s Masters

BC Card

and Hankyung Ladies Cup in June

has since been unable to compete on the KLPGA Tour by competing in overseas tours such as the US Women’s Open and the Evian Championship.

Last week

he competed in the Doosan E&C Weave Championship and missed the cut

but he rebounded with a top-4 within a week.


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