Park Hyun-kyung has a chance to make it four wins on the Korean Ladies Professional Golf (KLPGA) Tour .Park shot a 5-under 67 in the second round of the KLPGA Tour’s Doosan Construction Weave Championship (1.2 billion won) at Teddy Valley Golf & Resort (par-72) in Seogwipo City, Jeju Island, on Wednesday to take the lead with a nine-under 135 total .Park, who holds a one-stroke lead over the second-placed group of Lee Soo-jin and Kim Min-sun, is poised to quench her thirst for victory after more than two years since winning the 2021 Chris F&C KLPGA Championship .After amassing three wins in two years – the 2020 KLPGA Championship and the ISU Dongseo Busan Open before the 2021 Kris F&C KLPGA hampionship – Park has struggled with her luck, as evidenced by her nine runner-up finishes .This year, with three runner-up finishes in 17 tournaments before the Doosan Construction Weave Championship, she was fourth on the money list without a win and was considered a favourite to win at any time.”I’ve been runner-up nine times, so this is my tenth time,” Park said, adding, “They say there’s no tree you can’t climb ten times.” She was very motivated .Park is especially excited to win this tournament as she will be caddying for her father, Park Se-soo, who has caddied for her in all three of her previous victories. Se-soo Park, a two-time winner on the Korean Professional Golf Association (KPGA) Korean Tour, has always caddied for his daughter, but in the first half of the year, in line with Park’s wishes, he gave way to a professional caddie and just cheered her on .At his daughter’s request, Park started caddying again at the Jeju Samdasu Masters, which ended on the 6th, and Park finished tied for third. “I was struggling on the greens in the first half, so I asked my dad for help again,” Park said, “He sees the line very well. If he agrees with me, I have a very good chance of getting in. He helped me a lot this time too.” “Today I shot a 67 for the first time this season even though my shots were a little shaky,” said Park, whose 4-under par was her lowest round of the season. Park, who had five birdies without a bogey on the day, drew applause on the 10th hole (par-4) when she holed a 6-metre par putt after her tee shot was well off the left side of the course and her second shot was well short of the green. “I had never played the course before and I made par. It was the best of the day,” Park said. “I feel like I have a chance,” said Park, who had never before started a final round with a one-shot lead. “I feel good with my shots and putts. And I feel relaxed for some reason,” she said confidently. Lee, who is unseeded and playing as a recommended player with no way to earn a seed 카지노사이트 without a win, carded seven birdies on the day to cut six strokes and play in the final round of the championship for the first time in her career. “I wanted to do well and I wanted to win,” said Lee, who is sponsored by Q Capital Partners, an affiliate of Doosan E&C. “It’s a tournament organised by my sponsor and I’m not going to miss the opportunity. “Rookie Kim Min-sun, who shot three-under-par on the day after a five-under-par the day before, vowed, “I want to join the race for the rookie award, and I will do my best to make my name known to golf fans. “After securing her second win of the season at the Jeju Samdasu Masters, Im Jin-hee is three strokes back in a tie for sixth place (6-under 138), setting the stage for a third win of the season and a second consecutive victory. World No. 1 Park Ji-young, who is also in contention for her third win of the season, was tied for 22nd (3-under 141). Park, playing in her first KLPGA Tour event in a month after competing in the Amundi Evian Championship, a major on the United States Women’s Professional Golf (LPGA) Tour, dropped three shots on the day and missed the cut with a total of 3-over par 147.

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