Park Min-ji breaks through 1.5 billion won in prize money for the first time on the KLPGA tour

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Park Min-ji breaks through 1.5 billion won in prize money for the first time on the KLPGA tour

2021-10-31 17:15:29

[서귀포(제주)=뉴스엔 글 한이정 기자/사진 유용주 기자]

Park Min-ji surpassed 1.5 billion won in prize money for the season.

Park Min-ji tied 6 birdies and 4 bogeys in the final round of the Korea Women’s Professional Golf (KLPGA) tour ‘SK Networks Seoul Economy Ladies Classic’ (total prize of 800 million won) held at Pinx Golf Club (par 72) in Seogwipo-si, Jeju on October 31st. Reduced 2 shots.

Park Min-ji, who finished the tournament with an even par in the final total, tied for 32nd place. The prize money received at this tournament was 5.72 million won, which made the season’s prize money exceed 1.5 billion won. The total prize money received this year is currently 1.5,356,980 won.

For the first time in the history of the KLPGA tour, the season prize money exceeded 1.5 billion won. He recorded a prize money of 1.3 billion won at the ‘KB Financial Star Championship’ last September, breaking the record for the most prize money in a season set by Park Sung-hyun in 2016. After that, he won the ‘Hite Jinro Championship’ and surpassed 1.4 billion won in the season, and broke through to 1.5 billion won with the prize money of this tournament.

There are now two competitions left. If you win this competition or become runners-up in two consecutive competitions, you can aim for more than 1.6 billion won.

Park Min-ji, who managed to pass the cut with a 3-over par in the mid-total, leaving a disappointment in the first and second rounds this time, reduced one stroke in the third round and raised the ranking to a joint 44th place, and finished the competition by raising the ranking in the final round. (Photo=Park Min-ji)

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