Only one in the top 10… A busy Korean female golfer￼
Korean female golfers, who are on a “winless march” in 17 consecutive tournaments on the LPGA Tour, are hardly using their strength in 2023.
On the 24th (Korean time), the second round of the LPGA Tour Honda Thailand (total prize money: $1.7 million) was held at the Siam Country Club Old Course (par 72) near Pattaya, Thailand. The top of the leaderboard fluctuated. Natakritta Wongtapwirap of Thailand cut 7 strokes and took the lead with an interim total of 12 under par, 132 strokes, while Celine Boutier (France) and Nellie Korda (USA) reduced 6 strokes each and moved to the top of the leaderboard with an interim total of 10 under par 134 strokes. raised the rankings. Among Korean players, Shin Ji-eun cut 4 strokes on the day and recorded a 10-under-par 134 strokes in the middle. 토토사이트
However, the shot sense of other players who participated in the first LPGA tour this season does not seem to be revived. On this day, Kim Se-young cut 4 strokes and recorded an interim total of 7 under par 137 with Kim Hyo-joo, but remained tied for 20th place. Also, Ko Jin-young, who cut 4 strokes on the first day after recovering from a wrist injury, was only able to cut 2 strokes that day and tied for 26th place with an interim total of 6 under par 138 strokes with Annarin and Ji Eun-hee.
Korean female golfers have not won a championship in 17 tournaments since Jeon In-ji won the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship in June last year until the opening game of this season.
This is the 18th challenge. However, except for Shin Ji-eun, all other players are not able to drive and are mostly gathered in the middle ranks.