Jung Min Moon, who won the Dream Tour two days ago, is tied for the lead in the U.S. Open.

Two-time Dream Tour winner Jung Min Moon is tied for the lead on the first day of the KLPGA Tour’s OK Financial Group Eatman Open (800 million won).

Moon carded six birdies and no bogeys for a 6-under 66 on the first day of play at the Club 72 Sky Course (par 72-6713 yards) in Yeongjongdo, Incheon on Friday. She was joined by Lee Ye-won, Madasom, Ha Min-song, Kim Woo-jung, Choi Yerim, and Park Bo-gyeom in a tight group.

“I had a good feeling after winning on the Dream Tour, and I was able to maintain that feeling and get a good result,” said Moon, who plays on both the KLPGA Tour and Dream Tour. “I’m going to play the rest of the round the same way I always do. Hopefully, I’ll do well, but even if I make a bogey, I’ll try to finish well.”

Lee, who leads the money list, shaved six strokes off her total with eight birdies and two bogeys. This is Lee’s third win of the season, following the Lotte Rent-a-Car Women’s Open and the Doosan E&C Weave Championship.

Lee, who currently leads the money list with $989.38 million in season earnings, could easily surpass the $1 billion mark with this victory. “I felt good today,” said Lee, who carded four consecutive birdies on the 13th through 16th holes. I was able to reduce my strokes over the course of 18 holes because my shots were following me well,” he said. “My driving distance had decreased by about five yards from the beginning of the season, but after a two-week break, I regained my driving distance and my stamina increased, so I think I can play a little easier.”메이저사이트
Bae shot a 5-under 67 to finish in a one-stroke tie for eighth place with Kim Ji-hyun and Chung So-i. Behind them, Park Hyun-kyung and Kim Hae-rim are tied for 14th at 4-under 68. Korean national team member Kim Min-sol, who is competing in the Hangzhou Asian Games, is tied for 21st at 3-under 69.

Meanwhile, Lee Jung-six, who plays on the United States Women’s Professional Golf (LPGA) Tour, is tied for 25th with Hwang Yoo-min and Lim Hee-jung at 2-under 70. Defending champion Soo Ji Kim was tied for 65th with an even-par 72.

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