Annarin, Ko Jinyoung, and Yoo Haeran side by side Top 10 ‘Taegeukwangja’ US air raid warning… Victory is Booty

It is a new structure that is compliant. ‘Queen’ Ko Jin-young (28, Solaire), 2nd year Anna Lin (27, Mediheal), and ‘Super Rookie’ Yoo Hae-ran (22, Daol Financial Group) rose to the top 10 side by side. Although we did not win back-to-back championships, we were able to confirm the competitiveness of Korean players, raising expectations for the season’s performance.

Ko Jin-young, Annarin, and Yoo Hae-ran won the LPGA Tour Drive-On Championship (LPGA) held at Superstition Mountain Golf & Country Club (par 72, 6526 yards) in Gold Canyon, Arizona, USA on the 27th (Korean time). Total prize money of 1.75 million dollars) entered the top 10 side by side in the final round.

The player with the best score was Anna Lynn, a 2nd year LPGA Tour player. Annalin, who entered the final round with a tie for 7th place, caught 5 birdies without a bogey and wrote a final total of 18 under par 270 strokes. He continued to compete for the championship by one stroke until the end of the game, but finished the tournament in 4th place alone after only 4 consecutive pars from the 15th hole (par 4).

“I like hard, fast greens, and this course is just that. He said, “It was effective to hit and putt aggressively,” he said. This effort led to good results,” he expressed satisfaction. He said, “(This tournament) gave me a lot of confidence. He expects the confidence to continue through the end of the season.”

Annalin gained momentum to jump into the LPGA Tour by tying for third place at the BMW Ladies Championship held in Korea in October 2021, and debuted last year through the Qualifying Series. He placed 3rd on two occasions, which is his best rookie season, but he passed the cut in all three tournaments this season and improved his confidence by finishing 4th alone on the day.

Ko Jin-young, who caught a cold so bad that he couldn’t speak, also made it to the top 10 with his mental strength. He committed one bogey on the 13th hole토토사이트 (par 5), but took 5 birdies and reduced 4 strokes. With a final total of 17 under par 271 strokes for 5th place, he was in the top 10 in all three competitions he participated in this season.

Ko Jin-young said, “I suffered from a cold all week. He said that not being able to talk to his caddy, David Brooker, was the hardest part. I did well (even though I was in a bad condition). I am looking forward to next week,” he expressed confidence.

In her debut match on the LPGA Tour, ‘Super Rookie’ Yoo Hae-ran, who played the final round in the championship group, changed two birdies and one bogey to reduce one stroke. He tied for 7th place with a final total of 16 under par 272 strokes and received $37,185 (approximately 48 million won) in prize money.

Yoo Hae-ran, who tied for 2nd place by one shot with a long shot of 300 yards, precise putts, and fairway accuracy, could not overcome the tension in the final round. The fairway hit rate was only 57.1%, and the green hit rate also fell to 61.6%. The driver’s average driving distance was 298 yards and the number of putts was 27, which was not bad, but the score could not be reduced due to the failure to protect the fairway and green.

Yoo Hae-ran said, “I tried to enjoy it as much as possible, but it’s a pity that the score is bad,” but “I am satisfied with playing as a champion group in his debut match. He had a good experience. Based on this experience, he will show more growth.”Céline Boutier (France), who played with Hae-Ran Yoo in the championship group, won the championship by defeating England’s Georgia Hall after an extended match. Boutier and Hall could not be distinguished with 20 under par 268 strokes, but in the first extension played at the 18th hole (par 5), their fate was divided with a birdie and a par. 

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