Seong Yu-jin, who took the lead by one stroke.

 Seong Yu-jin (23) took the lead by one stroke at the LPGA Tour Lotte Championship (total prize money of 2 million dollars), which she invited토스카지노.

On the 15th (Korean time), on the third day of the tournament held at Hoakalay CC (par 72) in Eva Beach, Oahu Island, Hawaii, USA, Eugene Sung reduced one more stroke with two birdies and one bogey, and was tied for second place with a median total of 9 under par and 207 strokes. Georgia Hall (England), Grace Kim (Australia), and Linea Strom (Sweden) were ahead by one stroke.

Seong Yu-jin, who was co-leader on Moving Day, took the sole lead with stable game management despite strong winds. Seong Yu-jin, who had a good start with a birdie in the 1st hole (par 5), made several birdie opportunities up to the 12th hole, but the putts did not follow, resulting in a boring par march. Afterwards, he caught the second birdie on the 13th hole (par 4), but lost the point by committing a bogey on the 14th hole (par 4). Seong Yu-jin also sent her second shot near the green on the last 18th hole (par 5), but the chip shot went past the pin by 5m and had to be satisfied with the par.

Seong Yu-jin won the KLPGA Tour Lotte Open last year, 4 years after his debut, and came to this tournament as a privilege given to the winner. At that time, Sung Yu-jin won the ‘Wire to Wire’. It is interesting whether such a good trend will continue in this tournament. If Sung Yu-jin wins this tournament, he can go straight to the LPGA Tour without going through the qualifying tournament. It will change your golf life.

The last win for a non-member of the LPGA Tour was Maya Stark (Sweden)’s ISPS Handa World Invitational victory last August. Stark was active on the European Women’s Tour (LET) at the time of the victory. Ko Jin-young and Jeon In-ji won the domestic LPGA Tour (KEB Hana Bank Championship) and the U.S. mainland (US Women’s Open), becoming the protagonists of the Cinderella story leading directly to the LPGA Tour.

Rookie Natakrita Wongtawirap (Thailand), who finished the 3rd round with Eugene Sung, tied for the lead, lost 1 stroke with 3 birdies and 4 bogeys, and scored an intermediate total of 7 under par 209 strokes, along with Hataoka Nasa (Japan) and Christina Kim (USA). tied for 5th place.

Choi Hye-jin (23) cut 3 strokes with 7 birdies and 4 bogeys, raising her ranking by 40 places with a median total of 3 under par 213 strokes and a tie for 18th place. Last year’s winner Kim Hyo-joo (28) cut 1 stroke with 3 birdies and 2 bogies to finish tied for 47th place with a median total of 1 over par and 217 strokes.

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