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AIG Women’s Open contestant Noh-rim “I want to go home in a good mood tomorrow”

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“I regret my last mistake, but I want to go home in a good mood tomorrow”

A Korean American slave-rim (20) after finishing the third round of the AIG Women’s Open (total prize money of $4.5 million), the last major event of the season, held at Canusti Golf Links (par 72, 6,737 yards) in Scotland on the 21st (local time). It was a sad but not dark expression.

Slave-rim caught 5 birdies, but only reduced one stroke by committing two bogeys and a double bogey on the last hole.

Noh-rim, who took a birdie consecutively at the beginning of the game and took the lead with a 10-under par for a while, however, looked a bit shaky at the end of the game.

Noh Noh-rim, who is tied for 8th with a 6-under par with 210 shots, tries to catch up with the joint leading group by 3 strokes on the last day.

Noh-rim said, “Today’s game overall went well. The tee shot and putting were all good,” he said.

“I want to finish the last game in Europe well and go home in a good mood,” he added.

After finishing third at the Amundi Evian Championship last month by one stroke, Noh Rim is showing a good trend in this competition as well.

Kunusti Golf Links is one of the ten courses that hosts the men’s British Open, and has hosted the men’s British Open in 2007 and 2018 and the women’s British Open in 2011.

It is also called ‘Ker-Nasty’ with ‘Nasty’ meaning dangerous and serious instead of ‘Kunusty’ because of the high level of difficulty among the 10 courses where The Open is held.

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