Fan Voting Popularity Award: Lim Hee-jung… The ‘Skills Development Award’ given by the reporters is Kim Su-ji
(Seoul = Yonhap News) Reporter Choi Song-ah = Park Min-ji (23), the ‘trend’ of this year’s Korea Women’s Professional Golf (KLPGA) tour, finished the splendid season with four trophies at the awards ceremony.
Park Min-ji swept the grand prize, prize money and multiple wins at the 2021 KLPGA Grand Prize ceremony held at the Grand InterContinental Seoul Parnas in Gangnam-gu, Seoul on the afternoon of the 30th.
Park Min-ji won six tournaments this season, starting with the Nexen/St. Nine Masters in April, and had the best year by winning the grand prize points (680 points), the season prize money (1.521.37 million won), and multiple wins. .
In particular, the prize money also left a record of exceeding 1.5 billion won in one season for the first time in the history of the KLPGA tour.
Park Min-ji also received a special award trophy given to all players who have won at least one regular tour this season, and received a total of four trophies that day.
Park Min-ji said, “I don’t think the grand prize is an award that I can receive during the five years of my tour life, so it’s like a dream.
He added, “Next year, the goal is to win one.” “We plan to do winter training in Korea, but at the end of this season, I will not be able to maintain my physical strength well, so I will pay more attention to physical exercise.”
Hana Jang (29), who ranked first with the only average at-bats in her 60s (69.9088), took the award.
The only Rookie of the Year award was won by Song Ga-eun (21). Song Ga-eun won the Hana Financial Group Championship last month, becoming the only rookie to win this season.
Kim Su-ji (25) went to the ‘Most Improved Player Award’, which selects the player with the greatest skill improvement by the golf press, and Lim Hee-jung (21), the popularity award selected by fan vote.
Bo-mi Kwak (29), Su-ji Kim, Ga-eun Song, Jin-hee Lim (23), and Ye-seong Jeon (20) joined the ‘Winners Club’, which gives qualifications to players who achieve their first championship. Ga-ram Choi (29) joined the ‘K-10 Club’, which is the target.
Hongran (35), a 17-year veteran of the tour, received the ‘Beautiful Donation Award’, which was newly established this year, by expressing his willingness to donate 10 million won at a celebration event to commemorate his first ‘1,000 round’ participation and practicing sharing.
This year’s KLPGA Grand Prize ceremony was held with only a minimum number of participants, including award winners and presenters, due to the impact of the novel coronavirus infection (COVID-19), following last year’s, and 200 fans participated via video.
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