Park Min-ji (25), the strongest player in the Korean Women’s Professional Golf (KLPGA), participated in the women’s golf national competition with Korean players active in the American Women’s Professional Golf (LPGA), such as Ko Jin-young, Kim Hyo-joo, and Jeon In-ji. It remains to be seen whether he will participate.
The Hanwha LifePlus International Crown is a tournament in which the world’s best female golfers represent their countries in a team match play format. The competition will be held from the 4th to the 7th of next month. The venue is TPC Harding Park, a prestigious course in San Francisco.
From Thursday to Saturday, it is played in a four-ball team match format. The top two teams from each pool advance to Sunday’s match. On Sunday, two semi-finals will be held in the morning. 2 singles matches and 1 foursomes match to decide the winner. The winning country in each game will play the final in the afternoon, and the losing country will play the 3rd and 4th place matches. The match format for the finals and 3rd and 4th place matches is the same as for the semifinals.
The 32 finalists and the final national seed were confirmed based on the Rolex Women’s Golf World Ranking announced after the LA Open.
In Korea, Ko Jin-young, Kim Hyo-joo, Jeon In-ji, and Park Min-ji were on the list.
In the US, it stars Nelly Korda, Lexi Thompson, Lilia Boo and Danielle Kang.
In Japan, Nasa Hataoka, Ayaka Furue, Miyu Yamashita, and Yuka Saso appear.
In Thailand, Ataya Titikkun, Patty Tawatanakit, Moriya Jutanukan, and Eriya Jutanukan are expected to compete.
Athletes must confirm their participation by the 7th. 토토사이트
Jeon In-ji, who led the championship in 2018, said, “This is my third time participating this year. I was very happy to win the championship in Korea in 2018. There are so many players with excellent individual skills, so I have no doubt that if we trust each other and play our own way, we will be able to win the championship.”
“Representing my country in a golf tournament is very special and unique,” said Hataoka Nasa, who represented Japan in the 2018 tournament. I hope I can,” he said.
Seung-joo Yeo, CEO of Hanwha Life Insurance, said, “Golf is a sport that can be enjoyed by men and women of all ages, and has the same goal as Life Plus in that it provides an affluent life.” We ask for a lot of interest and support for the top-ranking female golfers’ great game.”
Mollie Marcoux Samaan, LPGA Commissioner, said, “The stage has been set for the world’s top eight countries to compete fiercely for the crown in women’s golf.” I was given the opportunity to proudly represent my country on the world stage, one of the proudest honors,” he said.