Lee Soo-jin, 26, turned professional on the Korean Ladies Professional Golf Association (KLPGA) Tour in 2014 but has only played two full seasons on the regular tour in her 13-year career, in 2019 and last year. Most of her career has been spent on the second-tier Dream Tour. That’s why she has only played 71 tournaments on the regular tour. He played 123 events on the Dream Tour. After finishing 97th on the money list last year and losing his seeding, Lee finished 59th on the money list this year, so he has few opportunities on the regular tour. In her three appearances, she failed to make the cut twice and finished tied for 39th once, earning 634,000 won .He also played six events on the Dream Tour, but never made the money list .In short, her future was bleak .Lee shot a 6-under 66 with seven birdies in the second round of the Doosan E&C Weave Championship ($1.2 billion in prize money) at Teddy Valley Golf & Resort (par-72) in Seogwipo City, Jeju Island, on Wednesday to finish tied for second with Kim Min-sun at 8-under 136.Just one shot behind leader Park Hyun-kyung.For the first time in her career, Lee will play in the final round champions group .Lee was nominated for the tournament by title sponsor Doosan E&C. Lee is sponsored by Q Capital Partners, an affiliate of Doosan E&C .Referred players do not count towards the money list, even if they win prize money The only way for Soo-Jin to have a chance to play on the KLPGA Tour is to win.A featured player hasn’t won a tournament and earned a spot on the regular tour since Hae-ran Ha at the 2019 Jeju Samdasu Masters. There are between two and nine recommended players per tournament. “I wanted to do well and I wanted to win,” said Lee, who was desperate, adding, “It’s a tournament organised by a sponsoring company, so I’m not going to miss the opportunity .”The 66 was a score that Lee had never posted before this year. His previous lowest round on the regular tour was 71.The driving force 스포츠토토존 behind his six-under-par round, which followed a two-under-par round the day before, was a precise shot that missed the green only twice and an average of 1.63 salty putts per green hit .”In the first round, I didn’t play well, with an OB off the tee and a ball in the pond. Today, I was a little more focused. The difference in focus made the difference in my score,” said Lee, “I shot well enough that every hole was a birdie opportunity today. “A three-metre birdie putt at the fourth (par-5) opened the scoring, and she followed it up with a five-metre birdie at the sixth (par-4).Lee improved with a 5-metre birdie at the 10th, a 1-metre birdie at the 11th and a 1.5-metre birdie at the 12th before a 1.5-metre birdie at the 15th and a 2-metre birdie at the par-3 17th gave her the lead. A three-putt bogey on the 18th (par-4) dropped her a stroke. 7Lee said, “I will continue to focus on each shot tomorrow. I’m confident that I will get a good result if I take care of my tee shots,” she said.