Ki Geum Lee beat long hitter Bang Sin-sil to win the 4th round of the Dream Tour

Gippeum Lee (29) won the championship by defeating long hitter Bang Sin-sil (19) in the 4th round of the KLPGA 2023 Muan CC-All For You Dream Tour (total prize money of 70 million won).

In the final round of the tournament카지노사이트 held at Muan Country Club (par 72) in Muan, Jeollanam-do on the 10th, Ki Gi-joo shot 3-under-par 69 with 4 birdies and 1 bogey. 24) by one stroke.

Bang Shin-sil recorded a 7-under-par 65 on the first day to take the lead, but had to be content with a joint runner-up on the last day as she only reduced one stroke. Bang Shin-sil became a star at once by competing to win the KLPGA Championship, a major tournament on the KLPGA tour held last month.

In the first round the day before, Gi-Geum Lee made 6 birdies without a bogey, and finished the final round in 3rd place by 1 stroke. Gippeum Lee, who won the championship after 4 years and 7 months, is happier because it has been a long time since I won a championship,” he said. So in this tournament, whenever I got a chance to make a birdie, I thought, ‘I have to put it in to win,’ and I focused on playing, so my putt success rate increased, and thanks to that, I think I even won the championship.”

Gippeum Lee continued, “I want to give glory to my parents who always support me. Also, I would like to express my sincere gratitude to Chairman Seok-hwan Kim and executives and staff of the main sponsor, Very Good Travel, and also to Deok-Young Kim, Chairman of Bomi Construction. Also, I would like to express my gratitude to Professor Park No-seung and Manager Kim Woo-jin of Midas Lake Icheon Golf & Resort, who always support and help me as much as my parents do.”

Gippeum Lee, who joined in 2011, achieved her first victory after 7 years of debut at the ‘KLPGA 2018 Muan CC-All For You Dream Tour Round 18’ in 2018, and secured a regular tour seed right for the 2019 season the following year by ranking 12th in the Dream Tour prize money rankings. . Since then, he has been active on the regular tour, but lost his seed to 82nd in the money rankings last year and is playing on the Dream Tour this year.

Lee Ki-joo, whose goal is to return to the regular tour next year, said, “Starting this season, I set the goal of winning the Dream Tour and steadily collecting prize money to return to the regular tour, but I won faster than I thought.” We will set a new goal to record.”

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