High1 Resort Women’s Open opens on the 17th “Let’s be the first to win 3 at the highest place”

Ye-won Lee, Min-ji Park, and Jin-hee Lim are the highest golf course in Korea High1 CC (par 72, 6753 yards) The ‘goji battle’ for the lead in the most wins is held.

The Korea Women’s Professional Golf (KLPGA) Tour High1 Resort Women’s Open (total prize money of 800 million won), held at High1 CC in Jeongseon, Gangwon-do for four days from the 17th, is a contest where Lee Ye-won, Park Min-ji, and Lim Jin-hee, who won two wins each season, face each other for the first three wins. The players, who have been forced to march in the heat of Jeju for the past two weeks, shoot cool shots at the High1 Golf Course at an altitude of 1136m.

Lee Ye-won, who won the Doosan Engineering & Construction Weave Championship held in Jeju last week by a 3-stroke come-from-behind victory, tied for the lead in most wins and ranked first in prize money (725.92 million won), is on the rise. Lee Ye-won (344 points), who is chasing Grand Prize winner Park Ji-young (370 points), who chose to take a break this week, by 26 points, can become the leader of the grand prize even if she ranks in the top 10 this week. Target points are awarded only to the top 10 players in the tournament, and in this event with a total prize of 800 million won, the winner receives 60 points and the 10th place receives 31 points.

Lee Ye-won, who won the top 10 13 times last year and became the rookie of the year without a championship, is synonymous with persistence. Lee Ye-won, who won her first win at the Lotte Rent-A-Car Women’s Open (April), the opening game in Korea this year, ranked 2nd in average at-bats (70.54 strokes), 2nd in driving index by adding drive distance and fairway landing rate, and ranked 2nd in tee shots, short games, and putts. Maintaining the first place in the comprehensive ability index, he has been posting stable results in the top 10 (joint 3rd place) seven times this season.

Lee Ye-won said, “Since shot accuracy is important, I will do my best to make sure my tee shot lands on the fairway.”

Park Min-ji has to make up for the sluggishness of missing the cut at the Doosan Engineering & Construction Weave Championship, her return to the domestic stage after a month since the trip to the LPGA Tour Evian Championship. Expectations are high as she has placed in the top 10 on two occasions, including runner-up in 2021, in her last three appearances.

Lim Jin-hee, who won two wins in the season at the Jeju Samdasoo Masters, is also poised to continue her momentum, tied for fourth place last week.스포츠토토

Defending champion Han Jin-seon, who enjoyed her first victory in the 131st class of 130 games last year, dreams of a second consecutive victory in the tournament. “I came all the way here dreaming of defending the title. “I’m really looking forward to it,” he said, “because High1 CC is a place with many pitfalls, I will target it wisely.”

Park Hyeon-gyeong, who missed her chance to win the championship for the first time in three years last week, is eager to make up for it, and Kim Min-byeol, who finished second in the Rookie of the Year, is aiming to recapture the lead of the Rookie of the Year, taking advantage of the absence of rivals Hwang Yoo-min and Bang Sin-sil.

Ryu So-yeon and Ji Eun-hee, who play on the LPGA tour, and Daniel Kang (USA), a Korean player, will participate as recommended players. Lim Hee-jeong, winner of the 2019 and 2021 tournaments, which has been sluggish this season, decided to focus on the Hanwha Classic, a major tournament next week.

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