Shin Ji-ae (35) cruised toward her second win of the season at the JLPGA Tour T-Point Ladies Golf Tournament (total prize money of 100 million yen, prize money of 180 million yen).
In the first round of the tournament held at Kagoshima Takamaki Country Club (par 72) in Aira, Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan on the 17th, Shin Ji-ae tied 4 birdies and 1 bogey and hit 3 under par 69.
While Mone Inami and Hiruta Minami (Japan) both tied for the lead with a 7 under par 65, Shin Ji-ae tied for 18th place, 3 strokes behind the leading group. 토토사이트
Shin Ji-ae, who won the Victoria Open on the Australian Women’s Professional Golf Tour during training in Australia last February and achieved a career record of 62 wins, two weeks ago recorded a career-high 63 wins at the Daikin Orchid Ladies Tournament held as the opening match of the JLPGA tour. He broke the record for the most wins by a Korean player. In particular, this win was more meaningful because it was a win on the JLPGA tour after about a year and eight months after the Iheyanet Ladies Tournament in July 2021.
After her victory, she missed the cut at the Yokohama Tire Golf Tournament last week, briefly slowing her rise. However, she set the stage for her second win of the season by posting her 3-under-par 69 on her first day at this event.
Shin Ji-ae, who started the game from the 1st hole, picked only 1 birdie on the 2nd hole in the first half, and pulled out birdies on the 10th, 11th and 13th holes in the second half, and recorded her only bogey on the day at the 18th hole (par 4). did.
Shin Ji-ae, who has 27 victories on the JLPGA tour, will receive a permanent seed if she adds 3 wins.
Bae Seon-woo (29) tied 6 birdies and 1 bogey on the first day and scored a 5-under-par 67, tied for 5th, the highest among Korean players, while Lee Ha-na (22) tied for 10th (4-under 68). Round 1 finished.