Winning all 7 matches… Seong Eugene, the new ‘Match Queen’

Seong Yu-jin (23, Hanwha Q Cells) became the new ‘Match Queen’ by winning 7 matches.

On the 21st, in the final of the Korea Women’s Professional Golf (KLPGA) Tour Doosan Match Play Championship (total prize money of 900 million won) held at Ladena GC (par 72) in Chuncheon, Gangwon-do, Seong Yu-jin won 4 with 3 holes left against Park Hyun-kyung (23, Korea Land Trust). Won a complete victory by hole car.

Seong Yu-jin, who advanced to the round of 16 by winning first place in the group after defeating difficult opponents Jo A-yeon, Kim Min-byeol, and Cho Eun-hye in turn, defeated powerhouse Lim Hee-jeong (23, Doosan E&C) in the round of 16 and Yoo Seo-yeon (20) in the quarter-final. They beat each other and advanced to the semifinals.

And in the semi-finals held this morning, she met defending champion Jung-Min Hong (21, CJ OnStyle) and shut it out with a difference of 4 holes with 2 holes remaining, advancing to the final.

Seong Yu-jin, who won her championship prize money of 225 million won, increased her season prize money to 284.76 million won, booking a vertical rise from 31st in the money list to within the top 5.

Seong Yu-jin, who made her 2019 KLPGA Tour debut, achieved her second career win with this win. The first win in her life is her Lotte Open victory last year.

In the final, Seong Yu-jin broke expectations and seized the victory by winning three holes in a row from the 2nd to the 4th hole in the first half. When Park Hyun-kyung made up for the first hole with a birdie on the 7th hole (par 3), she ran away again with a birdie on the 9th hole (par 4).

She made a bogey in hole 11 (par 4) and gave up 1 hole, but succeeded in putting a 1m birdie in hole 12 (par 5), followed by a 2.5m downhill birdie putt in hole 13 (par 3) to actually reserve the championship. And she received a par concede on the 15th hole (par 4) and confirmed the championship.

In the SK Telecom Open, a major Korean Tour tournament of the Korea Professional Golf Association (KPGA), Baek Seok-hyeon (33), an unknown “Tour 10-year-old”, won his first championship in 56 matches.

Seok-hyun Baek scored 2 under par 69 with 3 bogeys, 1 eagle and 3 birdies in the 4th round on the final day of the tournament held at Pinx GC (par 71) in Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do. Baek Seok-hyun, who recorded a final total of 13 under par, 271 strokes, overcame Canadian compatriot Lee Tae-hoon (33)’s tenacious pursuit by one stroke and stood tall at the top.

Baek Seok-hyun, who won his first win with a wire-to-wire that did not give the lead even once for four days after hitting 9 under par in the first round, won the championship prize money of 260 million won and a tour card for 4 years until 2027 as a bonus. took care토토사이트

The driving force behind winning this tournament was putting, which she had struggled with so far. He made a so-called ‘no-look putt’ in this tournament, looking at the hole instead of the ball. After completing the second round, he explained the background of the ‘no-look putt’, saying, “I asked to do it without thinking, but it worked well.” Baek Seok-hyun said, “I am so happy that it is difficult to express in words. thanks to his family I will live as a wonderful husband and son,” she cried.

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