Bang Sin-sil took another chance to win.
Bang Shin-sil shot a 6 under par 66 in the second round of the Korea Women’s Professional Golf (KLPGA) Tour NH Investment & Securities Ladies Championship (total prize money of 800 million won) held at the Suwon CC New Course (par 72) in Yongin, Gyeonggi Province on the 13th. Bang Shin-sil, who recorded an interim total of 9 under par, 135 strokes, competes for the championship in the final round champion group in third place, two strokes behind co-leaders Lee Ye-won and Lim Jin-hee.
It is the second time this year’s rookie Bang Shin-sil will play in the final round champion group, following the Chris FNC KLPGA Championship, which ended on the 30th of last month. At the time, Bang Shin-sil, who was tied for the lead with Lee Da-yeon in the final round, finished the tournament in a tie for 4th place.
Bang Sin-sil, who received a lot of attention for her long hits of around 300 yards, competed for the title in this tournament as well, hitting an average of 280 yards.
Bang Shin-sil, ranked 40th in the seed ranking, must win the tournament to secure a seed next year and win the rookie of the year title. Since the ranking of qualifications is low, it is impossible to participate in 50% competitions in the season where the prize money ranking is recognized, no matter how much prize money is accumulated, because it can barely appear in competitions with more than 132 players.
Silsin Bang, who is on the Dream (Part 2) tour at the same time, said, “There are not a few tournaments that can go on the regular tour, so I’m going to focus on the Dream Tour from now on.” said. However, she said, “I will not think about winning tomorrow, I will focus only on what I have to do,” and pledged to put down her greed in the final round.메이저놀이터
Lee Ye-won, who won the first championship in her career at the Lotte Rent-A-Car Women’s Open, the opening game in Korea, hit 8 under par with a perfect game to catch only 8 birdies. He is tied for the lead with Lim Jin-hee, who reduced 5 strokes, with a two-day total of 11 under par.
Park Ji-young, Park Hyeon-kyung, and Jang Su-yeon, who received a diamond worth 10 million won for a hole-in-one on the 3rd hole (par 3) that day, tied for 4th place (8 under par). Ko Ji-woo also received a Mercedes car worth 90 million won for a hole-in-one on the 16th hole (par 3), but missed the cut with a total of 2 over par.
Park Min-ji, who won this tournament in 2021 and last year, reduced 3 strokes, but tied for 14th place (5 under par), making it difficult to win 3 consecutive wins in the tournament.