“9m winning birdie.” ‘Little Giant’ Lee Da-yeon took over the master bedroom.
He reduced 3 strokes in the 4th round of the Korea Ladies Professional Golf (KLPGA) Tour Hana Financial Group Championship (total prize money of 1.5 billion won), which ended at Incheon Bears Best Cheongna Golf Club (par 72, 6,712 yards) on the 24th, and was ranked 7th in the world by Lee Min-ji (Australia). ), tied with ‘2021 LPGA Rookie of the Year’ Patty Tawatanakat (Thailand) (8 under par, 280 strokes), and then caught a ‘winning birdie’ in the third hole of the extension that was played on the 18th hole (par 4). This is her second win of the season and eighth overall, five months after the major tournament KLPGA Championship last April, and the winning prize is 270 million won.메이저사이트
Lee Da-yeon started from a tie for 4th place, 3 strokes behind, and made 4 birdies and 1 bogey. She reduced the score by two strokes in the first half with birdies on the 3rd and 6th holes, then forgot the birdie on the 13th hole (par 4) with a bogey on the 14th hole (par 3). Lee Da-yeon joined the overtime by catching a birdie at the 16th hole (par 3). In his first overtime, Tawa Tana was eliminated after making a bogey, and in the third overtime, Lee Da-yeon was cheered by successfully making the 9m downhill putt that decided the championship. This is his first overtime win since his debut.
Lee Da-yeon said, “I reassured myself that even if I lost, I would still be in second place,” and explained, “Rather than thinking about safely making the winning putt, I hit it aggressively, aiming for a birdie.” He said, “It was such a dramatic comeback that I cried without knowing,” and added, “I want to win one more time at the Hite Jinro Championship, the last major tournament.” Lee Min-ji lost in overtime again following this tournament in 2021. In particular, it was regrettable that he lost the championship by missing a par putt of about 1m in the second playoff hole.