Lee So-mi (24), who won two wins last year on the Korean Women’s Professional Golf (KLPGA) Tour and has a total of five wins, is the first major tournament of the Japan Women’s Professional Golf (JLPGA) Tour 2023 season, the World Ladies Championship Salon Pas Cup. He finished in a tie for 3rd place. Even so, Lee So-mi looked back and said, “There was more to her than satisfaction.”
Lee So-mi tied for third place with a total of 6 over par 294 strokes over four days at the World Ladies Championship Salon Pars Cup, which ended at Ibaraki Golf Club (par 72) in Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan on the 7th.
She qualified for this event by placing 46th in the Women’s Golf World Rankings dated December 31 last year. The Salon Pas Cup qualifies players who are ranked in the top 50 in the world at the end of the year. Lee So-mi significantly improved her world rankings by winning the SK Networks · Seoul Economic Daily Ladies Classic and S-OIL Championships for two weeks in a row in late October and early November of last year. Lee So-mi, who had the goal of “she wants to gain a lot of experience as a golf player,” decided to participate without much hesitation.
Lee So-mi, who returned from the tournament, told Edaily, “It was a really good experience for her to compete in Japan.” there was a lot She felt she needed more iron control and short game practice,” she said.
Lee So-mi recorded 72-73-77-72 strokes for four days in this tournament, and recorded a final total of 6 over par 294 strokes. The final score of the winner, Yuri Yoshida, was 1 over par 289 strokes, and the course boasted of extreme difficulty to the extent that he recorded a 10 over par and tied for 10th place. The lowest-ranking player was able to record 325 strokes at 37 over par.
Lee So-mi said, “Green was really difficult. The green was small and the green speed was fast, and the pin location was not easy,” he said.토토사이트
He said, “In fact, there was no big difference between Korea and JANDI except for a little difference. He added that he wanted to record under par at least once, but it was very regrettable that he could not.”
Lee So-mi hopes to compete in as many overseas competitions as he can if he is qualified. She is also on the roster for the US Women’s Open, a major tournament of the LPGA Tour to be held at Pebble Beach, a prestigious golf course in July.
He added meaning, “Whether it’s a good experience or a bad experience, having a new experience is a good thing because you can learn something else.”