Soyoung Lee (25) entered the race to win the Hana Financial Group Championship (total prize money of 1.5 billion won).
Soyoung Lee made five birdies without a bogey in the first round of the Korea Ladies Professional Golf (KLPGA) Tour Hana Financial Group Championship held at Bears Best Cheongna Golf Club (par 72) in Incheon on the 21st.
Lee So-young, who shot a 5-under-par 67, is tied for the lead with Song Ga-eun (22) and Park Hyun-kyung (22). If she wins this time, it will be her first win in an odd-numbered year and her seventh win on the KLPGA Tour.
She hasn’t been feeling very good lately. She missed the cut in succession at major tournaments, the Hanwha Classic and the KB Financial Star Championship. In the first round of the KB Financial Star Championship, she shot a whopping 80 strokes. She also finished in 40th place at last week’s OK Financial Group Shotman Open.메이저사이트
In addition to her poor sensitivity, Soyoung Lee missed the cut in this competition last year. Although she had the added burden of not fitting well with the course, she played flawlessly with a no-bogey play.
Soyoung Lee said, “There were one or two big crises, but I saved them well. Overall, I had good shots and good putting, so I think I played stably.”
He continued, “I think I achieved good results thanks to finding some balance in my swing. I felt like my swing wasn’t in the right order. Maybe I wasn’t flexible enough, but I had to adjust my lower body and do my backswing in order, but I was frustrated because that part was difficult. But I was frustrated.” “I think I’ve achieved a bit of balance by paying attention to the order of shots,” he confessed.
He expressed hope, saying, “I was anxious because my shots were a bit bad recently, but I’m glad I stayed calm. I feel like I can play stably. There are three days left, but I think I’ll be okay.”
Soyoung Lee said, “This course has a wide fairway. I’m not very satisfied with my driver shot, but it’s okay. I think it would be good if I just balance my swing well and focus on putting distance.”