[Asian Games] ‘Bogey Free’ on 21st Birthday Yin Luoning says, “China is a strong team” Confidence

Yin Luoning (China), ranked second in the women’s golf world rankings,

played cleanly and without bogeys on her 21st birthday.

The Yin Luoning recorded only 5 birdies and no bogeys in the women’s first round of golf at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games held at the West Lake International Golf Course (par 72, 6,597 yards) in Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China, on the 28th.

Yin Luoning

Yin Luoning, with a score of 5 under par 67, finished the first round in tied 2nd place, 2 strokes behind leader Baba Saki (Japan).

The Yin Luoning is the player who was ranked No. 1 in the women’s golf world rankings until last week. 카지노사이트탑

She has two wins on the Ladies Professional Golf (LPGA) Tour of America,

including dominating the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship, a major tournament this year.

Yin Luoning, who was born on September 28, 2002, said about the game played on his birthday,

“I am happy that I played a bogey-free game on my birthday,” and added, “It is a new feeling to play for the national team again after 5 years.”

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Yin Luoning also participated in the 2018 Jakarta-Palembang Asian Games,

the previous Asian Games, where she won a bronze medal in the team event and ranked 26th in the individual event.

He said, “I was an amateur back then, and now I’m a professional and have won a major tournament.

I want to see how much I’ve changed compared to five years ago.”

Yin Luoning, who started the game at 6:30 a.m. local time that day,

said, “It was a bit early, but the weather was not hot. Lin Siyu and Liu Yu,

who played together in this tournament, are both good players,

so I think China is a strong team.” He showed confidence.

China’s national team consists of three LPGA tour players who participated in this tournament,

is considered a strong candidate for gold in both the individual and team events.

When Yin Luoning, who was staying at the athletes’ village, was asked whether he talked a lot with athletes from other sports,

he answered, “I couldn’t because I’m an introvert.”

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