Yewon Lee’s 1st round match

Lee Ye-won, who won three gold medals on the Korea Ladies Professional Golf (KLPGA) Tour last year, has started working toward her second win in the 2024 season.

Lee Ye-won hit 6 under par 66 with 7 birdies and a bogey in the first round of the KLPGA Tour NH Investment & Securities Ladies Championship (total prize money of 800 million won) held at Suwon Country Club (par 72, 6,586 yards) in Yongin, Gyeonggi-do on the 10th. As of 3:40, he was alone in the lead.

Ye-won Lee, who achieved her fourth win on the tour at the Blue Canyon Ladies Championship, the second tournament of the season held in Thailand in March, participated in this tournament after taking third place at the Salonpas Cup, a major tournament on the Japan Ladies Professional Golf (JLPGA) tour last week.

He led until the third round of the Salonpas Cup and lost the trophy to 15-year-old amateur Lee Hyo-song on the last day, but he maintained his sharp senses even after returning and recorded the best score of any KLPGA tour tournament this season.

Lee Ye-won, who started the match on the 10th hole and dropped one stroke in the first half, improved her ranking by sweeping five birdies in the second half.

In the 1st to 3rd holes, he dropped mid- to long-distance birdie putts in succession, and in the 4th hole (par 5), he hit the third shot close to the hole to continue his birdie streak.

In the 6th hole (par 4), I put in a birdie putt about 6m and saved one more stroke.

Lee Ye-won said, “In the first half, my shots were unstable and my putts were not good, but in the second half, I was a little more relaxed and my putts were good. I had a good feel for shots in Japan, so I made a lot of empty swings and tried not to lose, so I finished the first day well. “He commented.

“After the Mediheal/Hankook Ilbo Championships last month, I switched to the putter I used last year, but when I had a disappointing game, I switched back to the old putter and felt better,” he said. “The greens are small, so I have to target the greens well for the remaining two days in places where it is easy to putt.” “I think I will,” he added.

Park Ji-young, who took the top spot at the Kyochon 1991 Ladies Open last week and earned her second win of the season, shot a 3-under-par 69 with four birdies and a bogey to take her place in the lead.

Park Ji-young, who is ranked first in both grand prize points (178 points) and prize money (KRW 424.88 million), is on the rise with two wins and third place once in the three competitions she has participated in, and is challenging herself to win two consecutive competitions. It started off well. 토토사이트

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