Park Seo-ryeong (19) won the ‘KLPGA 2023 Baekje CC-Samdaein Red Ginseng Ball’ held at the Sabi (OUT) and Hanseong (IN) courses of the Baekje Country Club (par 72, 6258 yards) located in Buyeo-gun, Chungcheongnam-do. In the second round of the jump tour (total prize money of 30 million won, championship prize of 4.5 million won), he achieved his first victory in his life after an extended match.
Park Seo-ryeong, who entered the final round with a tie for 5th place, one stroke away from the leader, made an uneasy start by making bogeys in a row on holes 2 and 3. Park Seo-ryeong, who reduced one stroke with a birdie on the 3rd hole, made up for all the strokes lost by catching a birdie on the 9th hole, the last hole of the first half.카지노사이트
Park Seo-ryeong, who continued the par march from the 10th to the 17th hole, took the game to overtime with a birdie on the 18th hole, the last hole. Park Seo-ryeong, who played overtime with Park Min-sun (21), who recorded a final total of 5 under par 139 strokes, finished the game on the first hole of the extension with a 2-meter birdie putt.
Park Seo-ryeong said through the KLPGA, “I don’t know if it’s true that I won the championship. I feel really good and happy.” After expressing his feelings, he did not forget to say thanks, “I would like to thank professional Ellen Wilson and teacher Lee Hoon, who have been with me since middle school, and sincerely thank my family who always support me.”
Park Seo-ryeong, who joined through an associate member selection match in March of this year, has never been active as a national representative or national standing army, but showed the possibility of winning by ranking 6th in the first round, the first competition after joining. Park Seo-ryeong said, “She has a good shot, so if she consistently ranks in the top 5, she thought she could win the championship someday, but she did it faster than I thought. I recently corrected my iron shot swing a bit, and starting to feel comfortable with it helped a lot.” Park Seo-ryeong continued, “I always want to be a top player. He expressed his aspirations, saying, “I will work harder for the rest of the season to secure a regular tour seed for the 2024 season.”
In addition, Park Min-seon, who lost in the overtime game, took second place alone, and Kwon So-eun (19) and Jo Ian (19, CJ) tied for third place with a final total of 4 under par 140 strokes. Sayaka Kitsuya (21, Japan), the winner of the first round, was sluggish in the final round and tied for 86th place.