Lee Ye-won (20) tied for the lead in the second round of the NH Investment & Securities Ladies Championship on the KLPGA Tour.
Second-year Lee Ye-won, who won her first win at the Lotte Rent-A-Car Women’s Open, the opening match in Korea last month, caught only 8 birdies in the second round of the tournament held at Suwon Country Club (par 72) in Yongin-si, Gyeonggi-do on the 13th to break the course record with an 8-under-par 64. Made a tie record.
Lee Ye-won, who recorded a total of 11 under par 133 in the second round, tied for the lead with Lim Jin-hee.
Lee Ye-won played the best game of the day. Lee Ye-won, who started at the 10th hole, reduced her number of strokes by catching only 4 birdies in the first half, and once competed for the lead with Bang Shin-sil. Lee Ye-won, whose morale had risen, took the sole lead by catching 4 birdies in the 9 holes in the second half.
Lee Ye-won said, “The iron attack went well. She was able to make good use of her putting opportunities,” he said.
Lim Jin-hee, who is recording 2 wins on the KLPGA tour, tied 7 birdies and 2 bogeys to reduce 5 strokes and rise to the joint lead with Lee Ye-won.
Bang Shin-sil, a long hitter, took 6 birdies without bogey, recording a total of 9 under par 135 strokes, and rose to third place alone, two strokes behind the leading group. Bang Sin-sil drew attention last month by showing off his long hitting power at the Chris F & C KLPGA Championship, which was held as the first major tournament of the season.
On this day, Sinsil Bang hit two driver tee shots of 290 yards or more, surprising everyone around him.
He said, “If I play aggressively like today, I think there will be a good chance in the final round.”
Park Ji-young (27), who recorded a hole-in-one on the 3rd hole (par 3), tied for 4th place with Park Hyun-kyung (23), Lee Je-young (22), and Jang Su-yeon (29) with 8 under par 136 strokes.먹튀검증
Park Min-ji (25), who was aiming for a third straight victory in the tournament, tied for 14th place (5 under par, 139 strokes), and the goal was virtually gone.
Ko Ji-woo (21) recorded the first hole-in-one on the regular tour with a 6-iron on the 16th hole (par 3) that day, and received a Mercedes EQE300 worth 93 million won from KCC Auto. Ko Ji-woo cut 5 strokes that day, but was sluggish with a 7-over par the previous day, recording a total of 2-over par and 146 strokes for two days, and was eliminated by the cutoff.