Successful hole-in-one donation of 1.3 billion won… “I think I’ll be happy even after a year”

Jeon In-ji (29), who plays on the LPGA tour, donated 1 million dollars (1.33 billion won) while making a hole-in-one.

On the 23rd (local time), Jeon In-gee made a hole-in-one at the 17th hole (par 3) in the third round of The Chevron Championship, the first major event of the LPGA Tour season held at The Club Carlton Woods (par 72) in Woodlands, Texas, USA. 메이저놀이터

In a hole about 150m long, Jeon In-ji, who caught a 5-iron, dropped the ball about 4m away from the green, and the ball was sucked into the hole cup.

Chevron, the sponsor of this tournament, is conducting the ‘Chevron Challenge’ in which they accumulate and donate $10,000 for each birdie and $1 million for each hole-in-one on the 17th hole, and Jeon In-ji was the first to succeed.

The donations obtained by Inji Jeon will be used for the LPGA Foundation and girl golfers in the Houston area.

Jeon In-ji said, “When I play golf and buy something I want, my happiness disappears after two or three days, but when I help someone, I feel happy even after a month or a year.” I think I can be happier.”

In this tournament, Jeon In-gee finished tied for 18th with her final total of 2 under par.

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