Bang Shin-sil (left) tied for the lead with a storm birdie on the first day before her debut on the Korean Women’s Professional Golf (KLPGA) tour. Park Gyeol (middle) and Han Jin-seon (right) also took the lead, aiming for the championship after a long time.

In the first round of the Chris F&C KLPGA Championship (total prize money of 1.3 billion won), the first major tournament of the KLPGA Tour season held on the 27th at the Yangju Lakewood Country Club forest path and mountain path course (par 72, 6570 yards) in Gyeonggi-do, Bang Shin-sil made 8 birdies and 1 bogey, He tied one double bogey and recorded a 5-under-par 67.

Bang Sin-sil impressed golf fans with a tie for 8th at the Augusta Women’s Amateur Golf Tournament last year. However, she is playing on the Dream Tour (part 2), not on the KLPGA Tour, as she was ranked 40th in the KLPGA Tour seed match. She was originally scheduled to play on the Dream Tour this week as well, but as the number of players in the tournament increased from 120 to 132, she decided to participate. 토토사이트

In an interview after the match, Bang Sin-sil said, “I was surprised that the greens of her first regular tour competition were so fast. She couldn’t adapt,” she said. “My goal was to pass the cut. I am a little greedy because my grades came out so well today,” she said. On this day, Bang Sin-sil showed amazing concentration by catching 5 consecutive birdies from holes 14 to 18.

Park Gyeol and Han Jinseon also jumped into the championship race after a long time. Park Gyeol, who gained momentum by catching 4 birdies on holes 11 (par 5), 12 (par 3), 14 (par 4), and 15 (par 5) in the first half, hit 2 birdies and 1 bogey in the second half to tie the tie became the leader Park Gyeol has not won for about 4 years and 6 months since the SK Networks/Seoul Economic Daily Ladies Classic in October 2018.

Han Jin-seon, who won the first championship in her career at the High1 Resort Women’s Open in August last year, also reduced 5 strokes, including a hole-in-one on the 18th (par 3) hole, to aim for the championship for the first time in a long time. Han Jin-seon received a 92 million won Mercedes-Benz electric car ‘The New EQE’ from The Class Hyosung as her hole-in-one on this day.

Meanwhile, Song Ga-eun, Jeong Si-woo, Jeon Woo-ri, and Park Do-young tied for 4th with a 4 under par 68 strokes, chasing the lead by one stroke.

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