‘Ringer fighting spirit’ Park Bo-gyeom takes the lead by 1 stroke in the Shotman Open

 Park Bo-gyeom took the lead by one stroke in the KLPGA Tour OK Financial Group Short Man Open (total prize money of 800 million won).

Park Bo-gyeom caught 7 birdies without bogey on the second day of the tournament held at the Club 72 Haneul Course (par 72, 6,713 yards) in Yeongjong Island, Incheon on the 16th, and finished with a total of 13 under par 131 strokes, ahead of Madasom and Ji-hyun Lee, who were tied for second place, by one stroke. .

Park Bo-gyeom, who entered the second round as a joint leader, had good putting and made three birdies in the first half and four birdies in the second half. Park Bo-gyeom is now looking for his second win of the season after earning his first win on the regular tour at the Kyochon 1991 Ladies Open last May.

Park Bo-gyeom, who was lucky to win the championship because the match was shortened to 36 holes due to bad weather, seemed to be aware of this and said, “I want to prove myself further by winning my first win in a competition shortened to 36 holes.” “I practiced more rigorously. I hope to see good results in this competition,” he said.

Park Bo-gyeom is showing off his ringer fighting spirit. He has been feeling unwell since last Sunday, so he went to the hospital and received intravenous fluids. Park Bo-gyeom said, “My physical condition is getting better. “Today was better than yesterday, so I think tomorrow, when the final round is held, will be even better,” he expressed his expectations.안전놀이터

Lee Ji-hyun 2 made 8 birdies without bogeys on this day and hit a daily best of 8 under par 64. This is her second best score after hitting 8 under par in the second round of the NH Investment & Securities Ladies Championship in the 2017 season. As he has a good feel for the shot, he is poised to challenge for his second win in six years since winning the E1 Charity Open in May 2017.

Madasom, who has been runner-up twice this season, entered the final round tied for second place with six birdies and no bogeys. Madasom said after the game, “Compared to last year, the play around the green has improved a lot. “I seem to be playing at the top often because I take advantage of many opportunities,” he said. “I recorded 6 under par in each of the first and second rounds.” “I think we need to reduce by at least 6 strokes in the final round to compete for the championship,” he predicted.

Lee Ye-won, the leader in the prize money rankings, reduced 2 strokes with 3 birdies and 1 bogey, and tied for 10th place with Moon Jung-min, Cho Eun-hye, and national team member Kim Min-sol with a total of 8 under par 136 strokes.

Invited player Yokomine Sakura (Japan), who won 23 times in the Japan Women’s Professional Golf Tour, recorded 6 birdies in the no-bogey and tied for 14th place with Park Hyun-kyung, Kim Hae-rim, and Kim Ji-hyeon with a total of 7 under par 137 strokes.

Jeong-eun Lee6, who is active on the LPGA Tour, reduced one stroke with three birdies and two bogeys, tied for 54th with a total of 3 under par, 141 strokes, and passed the cut with a pull-up.