Asian Games Men’s Golf Cruises to ‘Gold Medal’… Women are in Danger of ‘No Medals’
Men’s golf, Jang Yu-bin 2nd in individual event, sole leader in team event with 44 under par,
women’s individual team in danger of ‘no medal’
The Korean men’s golf team at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games cruised to the gold medal,
leading the team event for two consecutive days.
The women’s national team ranked 5th in both the individual and team competitions, putting them in danger of no medals.
Yubin Jang hit 5 under par 67 with 1 eagle, 6 birdies, 1 bogey, and 1 double bogey in the second round of men’s golf held at the West Lake International Golf Course in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China on the 29th.
Jang Yu-bin, who recorded a mid-term total of 16 under par and 128 strokes, returned to second place,
one place behind the previous day’s leader. 카지노
The leader is Hong Kong’s Daichi Ko, who hit 22 under par for two days.
Although they lost the lead due to their deliberate progress,
the Korean players took the lead for two days in a row in the team event,
where the performances of the top three players from the same country were combined,
with all participating players ranked in the ‘top 10’.
Woo-young Jo is tied for 4th place with 14 under par, and is tied for 7th place with 13 under par playing on the PGA Tour.
The combined score of these three is 44 under par, 6 strokes ahead of second place Hong Kong.
Kim Si-woo, who was not included in the team performance,
is also tied for 9th place at 12 under par, and the course is flat, so it is possible to rush,
so there is still a possibility that Korean players will ‘sweep’ the gold medals in the individual and team competitions.
On the other hand, it does not seem easy for the women’s golf team to win medals in both individual and team competitions.
The Korean player with the best performance through the second round was Kim Min-sol,
who hit a total of 7 under par and 137 strokes over the two days.
It is 5 strokes short of Arpichaya Uball (Thailand), who is in first place.
Hyunjo Yoo tied for 15th with 3 under par, 141 strokes, and Jiyu Lim tied for 21st with 2 under par, 142 strokes.
The team score was 5th overall with 11 under par 277 strokes.
1st place is China with 21 under par, 2nd place is Thailand with 20 under par.
They are also 5 strokes behind India in 3rd place at 16 under par,
so they need to reduce the number of strokes in the remaining rounds.