Hole-in-one on the 17th hole, Gee Jeon.. “Donating $1 million instead of a car… a more valuable meaning”

 Jeon In-ji (29) recorded her first hole-in-one on the third day of the Chevron Championship (total prize money of 5.1 million dollars), the first major tournament of the LPGA tour season.

On the 23rd (Korean time), Inge Jeon hit her tee shot on the 17th hole (par 3) of the 3rd round of the 3rd round of the tournament held at The Club at Carleton Woods (par 72) in Woodlands, Texas, USA. recorded

On the 17th hole of this tournament, an event called ‘The Chevron Challenge’, designed to promote the importance of diversity and inclusion from early education to career, is held, and $10,000, If you make a hole-in-one, donate $1 million. With Jeon In-ji’s hole-in-one, I donated 1 million dollars all at once.

On the first day of the tournament, she shot a 6-over-par 78 and was on the verge of missing the cut. In the second round, Jeon In-gee shot a 6-under-par 66 to make a comeback.

Jeon In-ji, who advanced to the finals with a tie for 48th, started the game on the 10th hole that day and slowed down by writing down her bogey on the 14th hole (par 4).

The atmosphere changed as a hole-in-one came out on the 17th hole (par 3). Jeon In-ji, who was delighted with the first hole-in-one of the tournament, cut 2 strokes at once on this hole and also caught a birdie on the 18th hole (par 5) that followed. He shot an under par of 213 to rise to a tie for 18th place. 토토사이트

Jeon In-ji said, “There was a good hole-in-one prize in this tournament, so the players talked a lot about it.” (There was no hole-in-one prize on the 17th hole. I had this too. I stood at the tee box, checked the distance, prepared for the shot, and hit it, but it landed exactly where I wanted it and made a hole-in-one.” “(At the moment of a hole-in-one), I felt sorry, saying, ‘Ah~ there are no cars in this hole’, but instead, after hearing about the meaning of the hole, I felt that I was able to do something more valuable.” .

Angel Yin and Allison Corpus (above the USA) tied for the lead with 10 under par 206 strokes side by side, while Yang Hee-young (34) hit 9 under par 207 strokes to finish third by one stroke, challenging the final day to come-from-behind victory.

Choi Hye-jin (23) hit 5-under-par 67 on the day and reduced the number of strokes to 8-under-par 208 on the day, tying for 6th place with Kim Hyo-joo (28), raising expectations for a come-from-behind victory.

Kim A-lim (28), who expected to win her second major tournament by leading until the second round, fell back in the rankings to tie for 6th place as she could not reduce the number of strokes with an even par that day.

Ko Jin-young (28), who was on the hunt for a major championship in four years, was tied for 18th place (3 under par, 213 strokes) with Jeon In-ji.

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