Hansol Ji (25, Dongbu Construction) took the lead on the second day of the Korea Women’s Professional Golf (KLPGA) Tour E1 Chary Open (total prize money of 800 million won).
Hansol Ji hit a 5-under par 67 in the second round of the tournament held at the South Springs Country Club (par 72, 6546 yards) in Icheon, Gyeonggi-do on the 29th.
Hansol Ji, who recorded 161 strokes at a 13-under par in the middle, took the lead alone, one stroke ahead of Min-song Ha (25, Lotte) with 162 strokes at a total of 12 under par.
After joining KLPGA in 2014 and winning the ADT Caps Championship in November 2017, it has not yet reached the top. This season, it was the best performance to be runner-up at the 7th Kyochon Honey Ladies Open in May. Hansol Ji, who took the lead on the first day, continued a good trend by catching a birdie in a row on the 6th hole (par 5) and 7th hole (par 4).
After recording a birdie in a row at the 10th hole (par 4) and the 11th hole (par 5), he cut one more stroke at the 14th hole (par 3). Han-sol Ji, who lost one stroke by violating the bogie in the 15th hole (par 4), caught a birdie in the 17th hole (par 3) and took the lead alone.
Last year’s rookie king Hae-ran (20, SK Networks), who took the lead on the first day, ended up in sluggishness and even par, such as committing a double bogie on this day. Hae-ran Hae-ran, who hit a total of 8 under par with 136 strokes, was tied for 8th place with Park Hyun-kyung (21, Korea Land Trust) who succeeded in losing two consecutive KLPGA championships.
Park Min-ji (23, NH Investment & Securities), who successfully conquered the NH Investment & Securities Ladies Championship and the Doosan Match Play Championship and challenged to win for three consecutive weeks, captured 7 birdies without a look and recorded a total of 6 under par 138 strokes. By raising the ranking by 57 places, it tied for 13th.
(Seoul = News 1)
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