Bangsinseoul E1 Charity Open wire-to-wire win, first career victory, smallest tournament prize pool ever at 200 million won

Bang celebrated her first career win with a wire-to-wire victory토토사이트.

Bang shot a 2-under 70 with two birdies in the third and final round of the 2023 KLPGA Tour’s 11th E1 Charity Open ($900 million in prize money) at Seongmunan Country Club (Par 72, 6520 yards) in Wonju, Gangwon Province, on Monday. She won the tournament with a final round total of 9-under par 207.

It was a wire-to-wire victory. First career victory. Became the 10th player in history to win his first career title wire-to-wire. The fifth first-time winner this season. He’s seeded through the 2025 season. He also took home $162 million in prize money. He surpassed $200 million in prize money in just five tournaments. This is the smallest tournament prize pool in history.

Bang told the KLPGA, “I was very disappointed to not win the last two tournaments, but I think it was a good experience and I was able to win today. I played safe and protected the fairway rather than being aggressive. I hit more 3-woods off the tee than I did in the first and second rounds.”

Yoo Seo-yeon2 and Seo Yeon-jung tied for second at 7-under 209, Hong Ji-won, Park Ji-young, and Kim Hee-ji tied for fourth at 6-under 210, and Kim Ga-young, Choi Hye-jin, Lee Jung-min, and Kim Min-sun7 tied for seventh at 5-under 211.

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