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AIG Women’s Open 1R co-leader Kim Se-young “I have gained confidence after the Tokyo Olympics”

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Se-young Kim (28, Mediheal), who took the lead on the first day of the AIG Women’s Open (total prize money of $5.8 million), the last major event of the U.S. women’s professional golf (LPGA) tour in 2021, said that her experience at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics was helpful and will challenge the championship. promised

In the first round of the tournament held at Canusty Golf Links (par 72, 6,737 yards) in Scotland on the 20th (Korean time), Kim Se-young recorded a 5-under-par 67 with six birdies and one bogey. Nelly Corda (USA) and Madeleine Sachström (Sweden) are tied for the lead.

At the Tokyo Olympics, which ended in early August, Kim Se-young finished tied for ninth and unfortunately failed to win a medal. After taking a break after the Olympics, Kim Se-young is trying to win her second major at the AIG Women’s Open.

Kim Se-young, who finished the first round, said, “After the Tokyo Olympics, I gained a lot of confidence. I didn’t win a medal, but I learned a lot and I think it was a good turning point for this week.” He continued, “We were in the same group as Jessica Koda and defending champion Sofia Popov, but we had fun playing because we were the same age.” “I worked harder in the remaining rounds I will make sure I get good results.” After the Olympics, Kim Se-young took a break by skipping the Scottish Women’s Open. He said, “(At the Tokyo Olympics), I recharged because I wanted to replenish my energy by playing in hot weather. given said


(Seoul = News 1)

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