6 over par yesterday, 6 under par today… ‘Revival of the Knights’ before the crisis of missing the cut

Jeon In-ji (29) played ‘no-bogey’ in the second round of the season’s first major tournament.

In the second round of the LPGA Tour Chevron Championship (total prize money: $5.1 million) held at The Club at Carlton Woods (par 72) in Woodlands, Texas, on the 22nd (Korean time), Jeon made 6 birdies without bogey. was cut out

Jeon In-gee, who recorded an even par in the middle, was named tied for 47th as of 9 am. The second round is not over, but as the expected cut standard is calculated as 2 over par, it is getting closer to passing the cut.

Jeon In-ji, who could have achieved the ‘Career Grand Slam’ by winning this tournament, winning 4 out of 5 major competitions, made 1 birdie and 7 bogeys in the first round, only finishing at 6 over par.

Jeon In-gee, who was pushed out of the top 100 by ranking 122nd, almost missed the cut, but she recovered in the second round. Her iron shots were more alive than in the first round. In the first round, her green hit rate was only 44.44%, but in the second round it rose to 77.78%. The number of putts also decreased from 30 to 26. 토토사이트

Jeon In-ji, who caught her first birdie on the 2nd hole (par 4) in the first half, also added a birdie on the 4th hole (par 5). After adding a birdie on hole 8 (par 5), he added birdies on holes 12 (par 3) and 14 (par 4) in the second half. Continuing to play without bogey, he finished the second round in a good mood by eliminating a birdie on the last 18th hole (par 5).

Jeon In-ji, who is recording her 4th win on the LPGA Tour, has won three major tournaments. After winning the US Women’s Open as a non-member in 2015, she won the Evian Championship in 2016.

After lifting the championship trophy at the KEB Hana Bank Championship in 2018, Jeon In-ji, who had not won the championship for more than three years, once considered retiring, but announced a revival by reaching the top at the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship last year.

Attention is focusing on what kind of play Jeon In-gee will play in the 3rd and 4th rounds, who erased the 6-over par in the 1st round in this tournament as well. 

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