The Korean Women’s Golf Corps is on the hunt for the second championship of the LPGA tour season. At the forefront are Ko Jin-young, who has returned from injury, and Hae-ran Yoo, a terrifying rookie.
Jinyoung Ko and 22 Korean players participated in the LPGA Tour Dio Implant LA Open (total prize money of $1.75 million) held at the Palos Verdes Golf Club (par 71) in Palos Verdes Estates, California, for four days from the 31st (Korean time). participate
In this tournament, Korean women’s golf is aiming for the second win of the season. The most likely winner is Jinyoung Ko. Ko Jin-young, who fell into a slump due to an injury last year, is on a steep rise, tying for 6th, winning, and tying for 5th in three LPGA tour events this year. In particular, in the Drive-On Championship, which ended on the 27th, her performance and mental strength have improved enough to compete for the championship even with a sore throat.
Yoo Hae-ran is aiming for his first rookie championship. Yoo Hae-ran is in the mood to settle down on the LPGA Tour by tying for 7th at the Drive-On Championship, his debut match. Especially since his debut, he gained confidence by playing in the final round champion group. The course is also not bad for Yoo Hae-ran. The competition started in 2018 and was held four times at Wilshire Country Club in downtown Los Angeles until last year. However, this year, the venue was moved to Palos Verdes Golf Club, located on the beach. Because it is a course with coastal cliffs, the wind is strong. Yoo Hae-ran is so strong in her coastal course that she is called the ‘Queen of the Island’ in Korea.바카라사이트
Jeon In-ji, Kim Hyo-joo, Choi Hye-jin, Kim Se-young, Lee Jeong-eun, Ji Eun-hee, Kim A-rim, Anna Lin, Choi Woon-jeong, Yang Hee-young, Yoo So-yeon, Shin Ji-eun, and Park Seong-hyun are also participating and aiming for the championship.
There is another reason why expectations are high for Korean players in this tournament. The fact that the venue is located in Los Angeles County, where the largest number of Koreans live in the United States. Because of this, unlike other competitions, it is possible to compete with the active support of Korean residents.