Prize winner Park Min-ji, grand prize winner Kim Soo-ji ‘one tempo too late’…senior eyes on the rough

On the morning of the 26th, the first round of the 11th E1 Charity Open (total prize money of 900 million won, winner’s prize of 162 million won) was held at Seongmunan CC (Par 72-6,662 yards) in Wonju, Gangwon-do.

Park Min-ji, who has 16 career wins on the KLPGA, Kim Soo-ji, who has four career wins on the 2022 Grand Prize, and Yoo So-yeon, who has 18 career wins on tours around the world, including 10 on the KLPGA, six on the LPGA, one on the LET (European) Tour, and one on the JLPGA Tour, played together in a group of 22 on the 10th tee.먹튀검증

The three players greeted each other and stretched lightly before teeing off. Park Min-ji and Kim Soo-ji hit their tee shots hard. The third player, Yoo So-yeon, took a light swing and hit her tee shot hard. However, her shot went into the left rough. The distance was 244 yards. Yoo watched her shot for a while with a disappointed look on her face. Park Min-ji and Kim Soo-ji also stared at the ball.

As they left the tee box for the second shot, Park Min-ji and Kim Soo-ji took a step forward to invite Yoo So-yeon to pose for a photo with them, and Yoo So-yeon’s downhill momentum made her step faster.

As the distance between them grew, Park Min-ji and Kim Soo-ji, who had missed their chance to say something, looked at each other in embarrassment, smiled and headed for the second shot.

Yoo birdied the second hole, the 11th, and bogeyed the 12th.

▲So Yeon Yoo plays her second shot from the left rough.

Meanwhile, the 11th E1 Charity Open will feature Choi Hye-jin and Yoo So-yeon, who play on the United States Women’s Professional Golf (LPGA) Tour, as well as the KLPGA Tour’s prize money and grand prize points leader Park Ji-young, the two-time defending champion Park Min-ji, and the current rookie points leaders Kim Min-byul and Hwang Yoo-min.

In addition, two of the players who will be making a return to the field will be Sung Eun Eun and Sung Eun Jung. After retiring in 2014, Sung returned to active duty in 2021 and will be competing for the first time in seven months.

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