Two Eagles Clinch Second Straight High One Open
Last year’s final day upset drama
Han Jin-sun smiles with the trophy after winning the Korean Ladies Professional Golf (KLPGA) Tour’s Hiwon Resort Women’s Open on Tuesday in Jeongseon-gun, Gangwon Province. 카지노사이트 Han won her second straight tournament with two shot eagles in the final four rounds.
Han Jin-sun, 26, used two shot eagles to defend her title at the Haiwon Resort Women’s Open on the Korean Ladies Professional Golf (KLPGA) Tour.
Jin shaved seven strokes off her total with two eagles and three birdies in the final four rounds of the tournament on Tuesday at the par-72 Haiwon Country Club in Jeongseon, Gangwon Province. With a final total of 14-under-par 274, Han finished six strokes clear of the runner-up group of Im, Jin-hee, Lee, Ga-young, Lee, and Madasom to take home the first-place prize of 144 million won. It was the second consecutive victory for Han, who recorded her first win in her 131st KLPGA Tour start at this event last year. Han won the final round of this event last year by three strokes.
After starting the fourth round in a tie for third place, two strokes behind the leader, Han took the lead for good on the seventh hole (par-4) with a shot-eagle from about 147 meters. Han also eagled the 11th (par-5) from approximately 91 meters. “I thought I hit it long, so I was surprised to see how far it rolled, 온라인카지노 and then it disappeared,” Han said of his eagle on the 7th. A shotgun eagle on a par-4 or par-5 is as rare as a hole-in-one on a par-3. Han is the third player to finish with two eagles in the final round, joining Kim Se-young at the 2013 Hanwha Financial Classic and Choi Hye-jin at the 2017 Yongpyong Resort Open.
“When I made my second eagle, I thought, ‘This is my golf course,’” Han said after the tournament. Last year’s event was held at the same venue as this year’s, when Han won her first tour title. Han, who lives in Sokcho, Gangwon Province, and started playing golf in the second grade, has played more than 40 times at Hi-One Resort, including as an amateur. “It’s a very lucky day,” Han said. I’ve never shot two eagles in a day before. The greens were slow in the first and second rounds, so it was hard to get used to it, but I was confident that I could get up there one day.”
Han, who moved up to 18th on the Order of Merit and 15th on the money list with the win, said, “I want to win a major, and I’m most eager to win the Hite Jinro Championship, which I missed out on last year (after leading after three rounds). In the long run, I want to win 10 titles,” he said. Han will compete in the third major of the season, the Hanwha Classic, 카지노사이트존 which begins on April 24.