147th class 148th class Lee Joo-mi, aiming for KLPGA 2 weeks in a row

Lee Joo-mi (28), who won the Mediheal and Hankook Ilbo championships last week after 11 years of debut on the KLPGA tour, is aiming for the championship for two weeks in a row.

The Nexen Saint Nine Masters 2023 (total prize money of 800 million won, championship prize money of 144 million won), the 5th tournament of the Korea Women’s Professional Golf (KLPGA) 2023 season, opens for three days from the 21st at Gaya Country Club (par 72) in Gimhae, Gyeongnam. .

Lee Joo-mi (Golden Blue), who succeeded in the 148th round of the 147th by winning the first surprise victory in her life after the 148th competition in the previous competition, draws attention.

Lee Joo-mi said, “I’m still confused whether it’s a dream or not, but after coming down to my hometown of Busan for this tournament and receiving congratulations from many people, I can feel it now.” I think I need to hold on to my excitement as much as possible, so I set the goal to pass the cut.”

He said, “I was able to win last week with good putts in rounds 1 and 2, and good shots in rounds 3 and 4 last week. I feel like I’m getting better, so I’m looking forward to this tournament as well.” I will make good results with the strategy of watching “.

Park Ji-young (Korea Real Estate Trust), who has already won the championship and runner-up once each, has also voted for her first multiple wins this season. Park Hyeon-kyung (Korea Real Estate Trust), who has not yet won a championship this season, but has shown steady performance in the last 4 competitions and is recording top 10 3 times, and Jeon Ye-seong (Angang Construction), who finished runner-up in the opening game in Korea and finished 3rd last week. He is also a strong contender for the championship.

Park Hyun-kyung, who has passed the cut in 51 consecutive competitions from the Celltrion Queens Masters held in June of the 2021 season to the competition last week, said, “I think I was able to pass the cut consecutively because it was a style that did not have many ups and downs.” Everyone is good, and since it is the beginning of the season, I have enough stamina, so I will try to improve my shot and condition rather than focusing on records in this tournament.”

Jeon Ye-seong said, “The feeling of the shot has improved a lot, and above all, my concentration has really improved. If I keep going like now, I will be able to win.” said.

Lee Jung-min (Hanwha Q Cells), who won the PLK Pacific Rings Korea Championship with SBS Golf in the second competition of the 2023 season, and Lee Ye-won (KB Financial Group), winner of the Lotte Rent-A-Car Women’s Open in Korea, will also participate.

Lee So-young (Lotte), Hong Jung-min (CJ), and Choi Ye-rim (SK Networks), who are trying to break the jinx of winning only in even-numbered years, are also scheduled to participate.

The competition of newcomers is also worth paying attention to. While Kim Min-byeol (Hite Jinro) is leading with 337 points in the Rookie of the Year award thanks to her performance last week, Kim Seo-yoon 2 (Celltrion), the prize money king of the 2022 season Dream Tour, and Hwang Yu-min (Lotte), who is ranked first in drive distance, are the real sword again this time. play a match

Kim Min-byul said, “It was a heartbreaking mistake to miss a short par putt in the last hole of the last tournament, but I learned a good lesson to concentrate until the end.” said. 카지노사이트

At the beginning of the season, golfer Ahn Seon-joo (National Beef), the mother of twins who ranked 6th in points, and Yoon-ji Jung (NH Investment & Securities), who ranked 8th, are aiming for their first win.

Twin sister golfers Aromi Kim (25) and Sae-Romi Kim (25), sponsored by the Nexen Group starting this season, are determined to do well in sponsored tournaments.

Among the nine junior players run by the Nexen Group, amateur Kim Jin-ah (16) and Jung Seo-rin (13) will participate in this tournament.

Last year’s winner Yoo Hae-ran moved to the LPGA and will not compete. Park Min-ji (NH Investment & Securities), the winner of the 2021 season, also announced that he would not participate in the competition.