Korea Women’s Professional Golf (KLPGA) Tour money list leader Lee Ye-won is on track for her third win of the season.Lee shot a 1-under 71 in the first round of the KB Financial Star Championship, the fourth major of the season on the KLPGA Tour, at Blackstone Golf Club (Par 72) in Icheon-si, Gyeonggi-do, on Sunday (July 7).Lee, who is tied for the lead with Lee Ga-young, Park Bo-gyeom and Sung Yoo-jin, will be looking for her third win of the season less than a month after claiming her second victory of the season at the Doosan Construction Weave Championship last month.Lee’s smart play stood out on a day when only four of the 108 players in the field shot under par, due to the course’s difficult conditions and pin placement.”I had a short 9-iron that left me within 120 meters of the hole, and if the ball was in a good spot, I would look at the pin and hit it, but if not, I would send it to a safe spot and make the putt,” said Lee, who had four birdies and one double bogey.Lee is only in her second year on the KLPGA Tour, but she knows Blackstone Golf Clubs better than anyone.She has played in the KB Financial Star Championship at Blackstone Golf Club four times as an amateur, and this will be her sixth appearance.”I know where the ball shouldn’t go and where it can go,” Lee said, adding, “Even last year, I played well in the first and second rounds, but in the third and fourth rounds, I wasn’t satisfied due to lack of experience, but this year will be different.”Lee posted a clean scorecard of two birdies and one bogey, while Sung Yoo-jin and Park Bo-gyeom had three birdies and two bogeys.Ha Min-song, Hyun-joo Lee, Yerim Choi, and Han Ji-won are tied for fifth place, one stroke off the lead at even par 72.Jeon In-ji, playing in Korea for the first time in a year, finished the first day in a tie for ninth place, two shots off the lead with one birdie and two bogeys.”I arrived two days ago and was still jet-lagged, and I also had an inflammation in my back, so I played hard to repay the fans’ support, even though I wasn’t in great shape,” said Jeon.Seo, who will be looking to make it two in a row after winning her first career title at the KG Ladies Open on March 3, finished the first day in a tie for 16th place (2-over par 74).Defending champions Park Min-ji and Kim Soo-ji, who were among the favorites to win the tournament, missed the cut.Kim shot a 5-over-par 77 and is tied for 40th, while Park is tied for 52nd with a 6-over-par 78.Thirty-six players shot 80 or better on a day when 98 players submitted over-par scores, and Lee Ji-hyun shot a 17-over-par 89 and will not play in the second round due to the 88-stroke rule. The “88-stroke rule” is a rule that prohibits players from playing in the next round if they shoot 16-over par or better in 카지노사이트 a round to maintain the standard of play.

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