Rookie Yoo Hae-ran (22) took the lead on the third day of the LPGA Tour Drive-On Championship (total prize money of $1.75 million) in a tie for 2nd place by one stroke, and Yang Hee-young (33) and four other players took 7th place by 3 strokes in the final 18 holes. ahead of

In the 3rd round of the tournament held at the Superstition Mountain Golf & Country Club (par 72, 6563 yards) in Arizona on the 26th (Korean time), Hae-ran added an eagle on the last hole and added 6 birdies to hit 8-under-par 64, resulting in an intermediate total. He shot a 15-under 201.

Yoo Hae-ran, who caught three birdies in the first half, recorded birdies in a row on the 11th, 14th, and 15th holes in the second half, and finished the game happily by catching an eagle on the last par 5 hole. On the first day, Hae-Ran Yoo, who measured 306 yards, came out with a driving distance of 299 yards that day, and the number of putts was good at 27. 온라인바카라

Yoo Hae-ran, who finished the game at the lead by one stroke [Photo = LPGA Tour], said, “I played my first match in the United States as a rookie in tension, but the more I did, the more comfortable I was able to reduce the number of strokes. ” I will cherish each shot with the feeling that the rookie is back.”

Yoo Hae-ran, who debuted on the stage of the Korean Women’s Professional Golf (KLPGA) tour in 2020, won four domestic wins in the rookie of the year, and ranked second in the grand prize last year. He passes the LPGA Q School in first place overall and competes as a highly anticipated rookie this season.

Celine Boutier (France) took the lead (16 under par) by hitting a 7-under-par 65. Moriya Jutanugarn (Thailand), who started as a joint leader and hit 3 under par, and Allison Lee (USA), who scored 5 under par, are tied for second place with Yoo Hae-ran.

Yang Hee-young (33), who suffered an elbow injury at the end of last year’s season, tied 10 birdies and 1 bogey on this day to hit a daily best of 9 under par 63, putting Kim Se-young (30), world ranking 3 It finished in a tie for 7th place (13 under par, 203 strokes) with Ko Jin-young (28), Anna Lin (27), and Shin Ji-eun (31).

Koh Jin-young recently defended her title at the HSBC Women’s Championship held in Singapore, winning her 206th championship as a Korean athlete. On the last day, the Korean players predict their second win of the season and their second consecutive victory in the tournament. The match will be broadcast live on JTBC Golf from 6:45 am on the 27th.

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