KLPGA Park Hyun-kyung wins 2 weeks in a row + 3 wins of the season Prize money, grand prize

McCall Mona Yongpyong Open Final Day Tee Shot Hits Tree Twice and Survives ‘Luck’

Park Hyun-kyung raises her right arm after sinking a birdie putt in the extension.

There are signs that Park Hyun-kyung will emerge as a ‘trend’ in the Korea Ladies Professional Golf Association (KLPGA) Tour.

Hyun-kyung Park won the overtime match on the final day of the KLPGA Tour McCall-Mona Yongpyeong Open (total prize money of 800 million won) held at Birch Hill Golf Club (par 72) in Pyeongchang-gun, Gangwon-do on the 30th, defeating Ye-rim Choi.

The two were unable to decide the winner with a total of 13 under par and 203 strokes in the third round, so they went into overtime at the 18th hole (par 5).

Park Hyun-kyung finished the third round with a three-under 69, while Choi Ye-rim shot a five-under 67.

In the first extension, Park Hyun-kyung sank a 5m birdie putt, while Choi Ye-rim’s birdie putt, which was slightly closer, missed the hole.

Park Hyun-kyung, who won the BC Card·Hankyung Ladies Cup on the 23rd, has won for two consecutive weeks. It is the first time in 1 year and 8 months that a player has won two consecutive weeks on the KLPGA Tour since Lee So-mi won the SK Networks·Seokyeong Ladies Classic and the Etsu-Oil Championship in 2022.

It is the first time in the KLPGA Tour that a player has won two consecutive playoff tournaments.

Park Hyun-kyung, who won her first win of the season at the Doosan Match Play, won her third win this season.

Park Hyun-kyung, who was already ranked first in prize money and grand prize points, caught up with Lee Ye-won in the multiple wins category and took the lead in the competition for three individual titles.

Park Hyun-kyung, who received 144 million won in prize money, increased her total season prize money to 886.63 million won, easily surpassing 800 million won. Park Hyun-kyung’s highest season prize money record was 860.24 million won last year.

Park Hyun-kyung, who increased her total prize money to 3,969,170,000 won, rose to 5th place in this category.

For Park Hyun-kyung, it is her first time winning two consecutive weeks and her third win of the season.

Park Hyun-kyung, who has seven wins in total, has won four of them in overtime. She also defeated Yoon Ina and Park Ji-young in overtime at the BC Card-Hankyung Ladies Cup seven days ago.

Park Hyun-kyung said, “I never imagined winning two weeks in a row. I received a miraculous gift. After winning three times in the first half of the year, I am reminded of the times when I was always in second place and suffered mentally. My efforts were not in vain.” 카지노사이트

Park Hyun-kyung added, “I didn’t think I was a strong player in overtime, but after winning last week in overtime, I am confident that I have grown a lot both mentally and technically.”

Park Hyun-kyung, who said, “I really want to win the grand prize rather than the prize money king,” said, “I wanted to achieve 10 wins before retirement and exceed 4 billion won in total prize money and 1 billion won in season prize money, but I think I need to adjust my goal slightly higher.”

In the 18th hole of the final round of the day, Park Hyun-kyung’s tee shot headed toward the forest on the right side of the fairway, but hit a tree and came back toward the fairway. In the first overtime, she was lucky enough that the ball hit the tree and came back toward the fairway.

Choi Ye-rim, who has played on the KLPGA tour since 2018 and has only finished runner-up six times in 173 competitions, was unable to overcome the final hurdle and had to be satisfied with her seventh runner-up finish.

Choi Ye-rim tied for second place after Park Min-ji at the Celltrion Queen’s Masters last month.

Park Hyun-kyung, who started the final round in the lead, had a shaky start after losing a stroke with a three-putt bogey on the par-5 third hole.

Choi Ye-rim, who played in front of Hyun-kyung Park and tied for third place by 2 strokes, made consecutive birdies on the 3rd (par 5) and 4th holes (par 4), overtaking Park Hyun-kyung by 1 stroke.

Park Hyun-kyung returned to the joint lead with her first birdie of the day at the 5th hole (par 4), and went back to first place with a birdie at the 7th hole (par 4), but Choi Ye-rim’s pursuit was persistent.

Choi Ye-rim, who caught up with Park Hyun-kyung for the joint lead by making a birdie on the 9th hole (par 4), fell behind by one stroke after Park Hyun-kyung’s birdie on the 9th hole, but beat Park Hyun-kyung by one stroke with birdies on the 11th hole (par 4) and the 13th hole (par 4).

Park Hyun-kyung, who was being dragged along, returned the match to square one by dropping her second shot on the 16th hole (par 4) within a span of the hole.

Park Hyun-kyung said, “Even when I was behind, I wasn’t impatient or anxious. I believed that the opportunity (for a birdie) would come.”

After Choi Ye-rim finished her game first, Park Hyun-kyung, who was attacking the 18th hole (par 5), was lucky enough to have her tee shot go into the forest on the right side of the fairway, but hit a tree and come back toward the fairway.

Park Hyun-kyung, who was dragged into an extension after hitting a 3m birdie putt too short, had a second stroke of luck when her tee shot hit a tree and came back into the fairway.

Park Hyun-kyung said, “I thought ‘I’m screwed’ for two seconds when I heard the sound of hitting a tree, but I calmed down when I saw the ball rolling in. I was lucky.”

Park Hyun-kyung announced her victory by sinking a 5m birdie putt and raising her right arm.

Park Hyun-kyung said, “It was my favorite distance. I also noticed the line. If my dad (my caddy) and I agree, I usually go in, and that’s what happened then.”

Choi Ye-rim’s birdie putt missed the right side of the hole, confirming Park Hyun-kyung’s victory.

Choi Ye-rim was heartbroken after missing a birdie putt on the 18th hole in the third round, which was about 2 meters away.

Min-kyung Choi and Je-young Lee finished the tournament tied for third place with 11-under 205 strokes.

Seo Yeon-jeong, the leader in the first and second rounds, ranked tied for 5th place (10 under par, 206 strokes), and last year’s winner of this tournament, Ko Ji-woo, tied for 7th place (9 under par, 207 strokes). 토토사이트 순위

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