‘Last-minute buddy show’ Lim Jin-hee won the NH Investment & Securities Championship…”I want to win at least 2 times this year”￼
“I want to win more than two wins this year. ”
Lim Jin-hee (25, Ankang Construction) showed her concentration at the last minute and enjoyed the joy of winning three consecutive victories on the Korean Women’s Professional Golf (KLPGA) Tour and three consecutive years.
In the final 3rd round of the KLPGA Tour NH Investment & Securities Ladies Championship (total prize money of 800 million won) held at Suwon Country Club New Course (par 72) in Yongin-si, Gyeonggi-do on the 14th, Lim Jin-hee shot 4 under par 68 strokes and took the championship trophy with a final total of 15 under par 201 strokes. hugged It was her first win of the thrilling season, one stroke behind Park Ji-young (14 under par, 202 strokes), who finished the game first.
Lim Jin-hee, who entered the third round as her co-leader, traded one birdie and one bogey until the 7th hole, failing to reduce her number of strokes. While Lim Jin-hee faltered, Lee Ye-won, who started jointly in the lead that day, reduced two strokes, and Park Ji-young, who ranked first in prize money, and Bang Shin-sil, a monster rookie, also pursued fiercely.
However, she caught birdies on holes 8 (par 5) and 11 (par 5) and revived the flames of victory. Afterwards, she continued her par streak, and she tied for the lead with a 2m birdie on the 17th hole (par 5) and confirmed the championship by putting a 3m birdie putt into the hole cup on the 18th hole (par 4).
Lim Jin-hee is giving a high-five to her caddy after winning the NH Investment & Securities Ladies Championship on the 14th. Photo|KLPGA
After the match, Lim Jin-hee said, “It was frustrating when I couldn’t reduce the number of strokes, but I thought there was nothing I could do.” smiled
In 2021, he won the first championship in his life at the BC Card and Hankyung Ladies Cup, and in July of last year, after winning the McCall and Mona Park Open, he reached the top 10 months later and won for the third consecutive year. By adding a winning prize of 144 million won, it jumped to 6th place (208.15 million won) in the prize money rankings.
Lim Jin-hee said, “I saw the effect of practicing putting during winter training,” and “I am so happy to win at the beginning of the season. I want to win more than twice this year,” he said.
Park Ji-young, who missed the championship by one stroke, kept the top spot in the prize money rankings and rose to the top spot in the grand prize points.
Bang Shin-sil, who is causing a sensation this season with an aggressive play with a long hit of over 290 yards, has a chance to win with consecutive bogeys in the last two holes (17th and 18th), unlike Jinhee Lim, who showed her back, and tied for third place (13 under par) 203 strokes) left regret.토토사이트
At the Chris F&C KLPGA Championship, which was his KLPGA debut, he quickly rose to 4th place and was certified as a super rookie by tying for 3rd place in this tournament. He participated in three competitions and won 110.5 million won in prize money.
Lee Ye-won, who once took the lead by 2 strokes, saw only 3 putts on the 14th hole (par 4), but could not reduce the number of strokes and finished tied with Bang Sin-sil for 3rd place.
Defending champion Park Min-ji, who challenged for her third consecutive victory in the tournament, finished in a tie for 9th place (8 under par, 208 strokes).