2R 11,000 cloud spectators, players who responded with a ‘hole-in-one show’… The story to be written in the final R is

Suwon Country Club in Yongin, Gyeonggi-do on the 13th.

This place where the KLPGA (Korea Women’s Professional Golf) Tour NH Investment & Securities Ladies Championship was held has been empty since the morning. The long procession that started from the entrance of the competition hall continued to the course. A long queue continued at the NH Family Lounge, where galleries enjoyed food and beverages and merchandise.

The number of galleries officially counted that day was 11,903. During the event, there were not a few favorable factors such as Saturday, which is visited by the most galleries, and the conditions of the venue, which is a short distance from the metropolitan area, but the expression ‘cloud crowd’ was not awkward. This is a higher number than last year’s second round (11,362), when the final total was 34,100.메이저놀이터

Was it because of the support of many fans?

In the second round, which took place that day, a rare scene unfolded with two hole-in-ones. Go Ji-woo and Park Ji-young made hole-in-ones on the 16th and 3rd holes, respectively, drawing cheers from the galleries.

Ko Ji-woo’s tee shot, which caught a 6-iron from a distance of 144m, was sucked into the hole cup. Ko Ji-woo, who achieved his first hole-in-one in his life, also enjoyed a double reward from injury, including a Mercedes EQE300 worth 93 million won due to a hole-in-one injury.

Park Ji-young, who started in the afternoon group, also had a thrilling experience with a hole-in-one. Park Ji-young’s tee shot with a 7-iron from a distance of 157m on the 3rd hole landed exactly on the green and ended with a hole-in-one that went straight into the hole cup. When Park Ji-young confirmed her hole-in-one, she cheered with her arms raised in disbelief, and did not hide her joy, exchanging high-fives with her companions and caddies. She said Park Ji-young had her hole-in-one injury, which put her in her hands with a 1-carat diamond worth 10 million won.

Lee Ye-won took 8 birdies without a bogey in the second round and tied for the lead with Lim Jin-hee with an interim total of 11 under par and 133 strokes. With Bang Sin-sil (9 under par, 135 strokes) chasing the third place alone, Park Hyun-kyung, Lee Je-young and Park Ji-young (8 under par, 136 strokes) are still in the lead range. Until the final round, it seems that the scenery that will make her sweat in her hands unfold in Yongin.

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