Jeon In-ji (29) made a hole-in-one at the 17th hole (164 yards) in the third round of the Chevron Championship, a major LPGA tour event held at The Club Carlton Woods near Houston, Texas on the 23rd (Korean time). The ball, which flew to the right of the pin, landed on the green and then went slightly to the left and entered the hole.
$1 million is at stake for the first hole-in-one on hole 17. Money is not owned by players. Sponsor Chevron will donate $1 million in the name of the player to various organizations such as the LPGA Foundation and Girls Golf Houston. Chevron also donates $10,000 for every birdie on the 17th hole.
When Jeon In-ji made a hole-in-one, the American crowd chanted “Charity Girl.” In our words, it means a donation angel. After 메이저사이트winning the 2015 U.S. Women’s Open, Jeon Inge established the Lancaster Country Club Educational Foundation to provide scholarships to students near the event venue. American fans know this well.
Jeon In-ji said, “I talked a lot with the players because there was a good car at the hole-in-one this week. As he went to the 17th hole, he was greedy, saying, ‘If I hole-in-one on this hole, I can go under par.’ I landed exactly where I wanted and made a hole-in-one,” he said. ”he said.
Jeon In-ji also said, “If I buy something, I feel good for 2-3 days. However, helping others, donating, and receiving applause feels like life is full. Even after 1 year, 10 years, 20 years. That makes more sense,” he said. Also, “I think today is the most meaningful hole-in-one in my life, where I can be happier because I can help somewhere by making a hole-in-one. I am so happy to help people and I am grateful that Chevron gave me that opportunity.”
Jeon In-gee recorded three consecutive birdies after the ‘most meaningful’ hole-in-one. In fact, Jeon In-ji was sluggish with a 6 over par in the first round of the tournament due to back pain. However, in the second round he hit 6 under par to pass the cut, and in the third round he cut 3 strokes with a hole-in-one and so on. Jeon In-gee will go into the final round with a tie for 18th at 3 under par. Co-leader Allison Kopez and Angel Inn are 7 strokes behind. In addition, Yang Hee-young tied for 3rd place at 9 under par, and Choi Hye-jin, Kim Hyo-joo and Kim A-rim tied for 6th place at 8 under par.