Park Ji-hye E (18) won the championship after six close overtime matches.

Park Ji-hye won the ‘KLPGA 2023 Moa Savings Bank·Seokjeong Hill CC Jump Tour Round 14’ (total prize money of 3,000) held at the Mountain (OUT) and Lake (IN) courses of Seokjeong Hill Country Club (par 72/6,292 yards) located in Gochang, Jeollabuk-do on the 13th. won the championship trophy (10,000 won, winning prize money 4.5 million won).

Park Ji-hye E blocked her bogey with one in the first round and made six birdies, recording an intermediate total of 5 under par 67, and entered the final round tied for second, one stroke behind the leader. In the final round, Park Ji-hye E had 6 birdies and 1 bogey, reducing 5 strokes, and finished the match with a final total of 10 under par, 134 strokes (67-67). In the previous group, she had 2 bogeys, 5 birdies, and an eagle. The match went into overtime with Byeon Ha-eun (20), who finished the game first with a tie. 고스톱사이트

The match between the two was not easy. As both players recorded birdies in the first hole of the extension held at the 18th hole (par 5/492 yards), the second extension was moved to the 10th hole (par 4/381 yards). Park Ji-hye E and Byun Ha-eun, who could not find a match with par, birdie, par, par, were divided in the sixth extension. Byun Ha-eun unfortunately missed the par putt and recorded a bogey, while Park Ji-hye E finished with 2 putts from a distance of 7 meters, putting an end to the long extended match between the two.

Park Ji-hye E said, “It still doesn’t feel real that I won and I’m still dazed. After we both recorded birdies on the first hole of the playoff, I thought, ‘This won’t end easily,’ and it really did. I wasn’t nervous, but I remember it well.” “I focused so hard that it didn’t hurt and I think I ended up winning. I’m really happy,” he said.

He continued, “I would like to say thank you to my family who always supports and believes in me, and I would like to thank professional Kim Gyu-tae for giving me putt lessons right before this tournament. I would also like to thank Moa Savings Bank, Seokjeong Hill Country Club, and KLPGA for holding a great tournament. “I want to convey my feelings,” he said.

Park Ji-hye E also looked back and said, “This tournament, my concentration on the green was really good, and I think I was able to win by making many mid-distance putts when the opportunity arose thanks to the putt lesson I received just before.” She considered putting and concentration as the driving force behind her victory. I picked it.

When she was in the 5th grade of elementary school, Jihye Park went to the practice range with her golf-loving father, became interested in golf, and picked up a club for the first time. She loved and was good at sports, so Park Ji-hye E quickly learned her golf swing and showed her talent by participating in amateur competitions and winning several prizes.

Last July, Park Ji-hye E joined as an associate member of the KLPGA through the privilege of ‘those who have completed at least 3 days of literacy training hosted by the Korea University Golf Association and an average of 79.00 strokes or less in 3 competitions hosted by the Korea University Golf Association’. He has competed in 6 competitions and has stood out by being ranked in the top 10 four times, including this win.

When asked about her role model, Park Ji-hye E chose Park Ji-young, the winner of the ‘KB Financial Star Championship’, the fourth major tournament of the 2023 KLPGA Tour that ended last week. She said, “I want to be like the hexagon player Park Ji-young,” and added, “Now that I won this time, the most important thing is “My goal is to participate in the seed rankings at the end of this year and receive a good ranking, and my ultimate goal is to consistently play golf well and join the K-10 club,” he said, expressing his meaningful ambition.

In addition, Kim Min-ji H (18) ranked alone in 3rd place with a final total of 9 under par and 135 strokes (67-68), and Kim Ga-hyeon D (20), Kim Ha-yoon (23) and Kang Se-rin (20) tied for 4th place with 8 under par and 136 strokes. The above group was formed. Lee Ye-in (19), who led by one stroke in the first round, only lost one stroke in the final round and finished the game with 7 under par 137 strokes (66-71), tied for 7th place with Jaewon Yoo (19). Jeon Ji-soo (25), winner of the 13th game, was unable to reduce his score for two days and finished in a tie for 53rd place with an even par score of 144 strokes (72-72).

The final round of this tournament, jointly hosted by Moa Savings Bank and Seokjeong Hill Country Club and hosted by KLPGT, will be recorded and broadcast from 7:20 PM on the 27th through SBS Golf, the hosting broadcaster.

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