Park Bo-gyeom, sole leader in 2nd round of KLPGA Tour Short Man Open

In the second round of the Korean Women’s Professional Golf, KLPGA Tour OK Financial Group Shotman Open, Bo-Gyeom Park took the sole lead.

Park Bo-gyeom hit 7 under par 65 with flawless play, making 7 birdies and no bogeys on the second day of the tournament held at Incheon Club 72 Country Club (par 72, 6,713 yards).

Park Bo-gyeom, who recorded a total of 13 under먹튀검증 par and 131 strokes over two days, beat Madasom and Lee Ji-hyun, who were tied for second place, by one stroke.

On the first day of the competition, 7 people were tied for the lead, but Park Bo-gyeom took one step ahead in the second round.

Park Bo-gyeom is aiming for her second win of the season in four months after reporting her first win on the tour at the Kyochon 1991 Ladies Open, which was held last May and was reduced to a second round due to bad weather.

Park Bo-gyeom expressed his will to win, saying, “I didn’t have a very good feel for the shot, but the putt was good,” and “I want to prove my first win in a tournament that was shortened to 36 holes.”

Ji-Hyeon Lee, tied for second place, is attempting her second tour win in six years since the E1 Charity Open in May 2017, and Madasom, who is also in second place by one stroke, has two runner-up finishes this year, her best performance on the regular tour.

Choi Ye-rim was in 4th place with 11 under par, Lee Se-hee was in 5th place with 10 under par, and four people including Kim Min-seon 7, Yoo Seo-yeon 2, Jeong So-i, and Kim Woo-jung were tied for 6th place with 9 under par.

Lee Ye-won, who ranked first in prize money and grand prize points this season, only lost two strokes and fell from a tie for the lead on the first day to a tie for 10th with a total of 8 under par.

Amateurs Kim Min-sol, Moon Jeong-min, and Jo Eun-hye, who represent the national team at the Hangzhou Asian Games, also tied for 10th place at 8 under par.

Veteran Yokomine Sakura, who has 23 wins on the Japanese JLPGA Tour, is tied for 14th at 7 under par.

Lee Jeong-eun, who plays on the U.S. LPGA tour, made the cut with 3 under par and a pull-up, while Ryu So-yeon missed the cut with 3 over par.






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