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Kim Chan-woo wins first Korea Women’s Open in 34 years due to heavy southern rains
Center, is all smiles with her family after winning her first career title at the OK Financial Group Eatman Open on the
Korean Ladies Professional Golf Association (KLPGA) Tour on Sunday. 섯다 Madasom finished runner-up at the DB
Group Korea Women’s Open in June after losing in a playoff, but won the tournament in a playoff.
Madasom, 24, won her first title on the Korean Ladies Professional Golf (KLPGA) Tour in a playoff. She finished
runner-up at the DB Group Korea Women’s Open in June after losing in a playoff, but she didn’t miss her chance to
redeem herself three months later. Madasom also finished second at the Hiwon Resort Women’s Open last month,
delaying her first career victory.
Madasom carded four birdies and one bogey for a 3-under 69 in the final round of the KLPGA Tour’s OK Financial
Group Women’s Open at the par-72 Incheon Club on Sunday. With a final total of 15-under-par 201, 고스톱
Madasom was in a playoff with fellow Korean Chung Soi (21). In the first overtime on the par-5 18th hole, Madasom
birdied to beat Zheng Soi, who remained at par. “It’s a bit surreal, I don’t know if I’ve actually won,” said Madasom,
who credited her win to her parents, who have been supporting her since she was a young girl.
Madasom, who began the final round in a tie for second place, one stroke behind the leader, calmly chipped away
at her score without a bogey on the day. He birdied the 13th (par-4) to take sole possession of the lead and then
followed it up with back-to-back birdies at the 14th (par-4). 카지노사이트랭크 He dropped a shot on the 17th (par-4)
when his tee shot left the fairway and ended up in the rough. It was Madasom’s only bogey of the tournament.
“When I stepped up to the teeing area on the 17th hole, I thought to myself, ‘If I can finish this hole well, I can win the
tournament,’ and because of that thought, my tee shot went left,” Madasom said. “Golf is a mental sport, so I had to
stop being greedy, but I’m human, so I think I got greedy at that moment.”
Madasom, who finished third on the rookie points list last season in her rookie year on the KLPGA Tour, won her first
tour title in her second year and took home a first-place prize of 144 million won. “I missed out on winning the
Korean Women’s Open in June, but my confidence was growing as I thought I played well on a difficult course,” said
Madasom. “Especially because of my experience in the overtime match, I was able to play with a relaxed mindset
in the overtime match today.” “Now that I have achieved my goal of one win this season, I will go home and set new
goals,” she added.
Earlier in the day, Kim Chan-woo (24-photo)
Won the Korea Professional Golf Association (KPGA) Korean Tour’s Bizplay E-Newspaper Open with a final round of
12-under-par 132 to claim his first victory on the tour. He finished one stroke clear of the runner-up group, which
included Lee Sung-ho (36). “Even after the win was finalized, I was thinking, ‘It’s a dream or a reality,'” said Kim. “If I
put more effort into improving my putts, which are my weakness, I think I’ll be much closer to a second win.”
The tournament was scheduled to be played over four rounds, but was shortened to two 36-hole rounds due to
heavy rain at Cosmos Links (Par 72) in Yeongam-gun, Jeonnam. It is only the third time in 34 years and the third