Bang Sin-sil emerged as a box office card on the KLPGA tour… again competing for the championship

May 14, 2023 0 Comments

Long hitter Bang Shin-sil (19),토스카지노 who emerged as a box office card on the KLPGA tour, took another chance at winning the NH Investment & Securities Ladies Championship (total prize money of 800 million won).

On the second day of the tournament held at the New Course (par 72) at Suwon Country Club in Yongin, Gyeonggi-do on the 13th, Bang Shin-sil took 6 birdies without bogie and shot 6 under par 66. Bang Sin-sil, who recorded an interim total of 9 under par and 135 strokes, chased Lee Ye-won and Lim Jin-hee, co-leaders, by two strokes.

With this, Bang Sin-sil will compete for the championship as a champion group for two consecutive tournaments following the KLPGA Championship, the first major tournament of the season held last month. Bang Shin-sil tied for 4th place at the KLPGA Championship after fierce competition with Lee Da-yeon. Bang Shin-sil took the lead on the first day of the Dream Tour last week as well, then handed the championship trophy to Lee Ki-ppeum to jointly runner-up.

Bang Sin-sil, who is competing to win every tournament in her recent three matches, is attracting attention with a super long stroke of 300 yards, which is difficult for a female player to bet. She still tends to crumble under the pressure of her win, but if she gets over this hump, she’s likely to emerge as her big star. This is because she has a good swing thanks to her solid basic skills through her national team during her amateur days.

Bang Shin-sil, who is 173cm tall, fascinated the galleries with her refreshing play, such as making a successful eagle putt from a distance of 6m after par 5 hole #11 during the first round the previous day. Bang Sin-sil said, “On this course, you can make a chance because you can make a 2-on on the par 5 hole. I think I can make good results tomorrow if I play aggressively like today.”

Bang Sin-sil has a strong will to challenge for a come-from-behind championship if the opportunity arises. He should also grab the opportunity when it comes, as he occasionally appears on the KLPGA tour as a conditional seed. In order for Bang Shin-sil to play stably on the KLPGA Tour, she needs to win. Bang Sin-sil said, “Since there are only a few tournaments that can go on a regular tour, I’m going to focus on the Dream Tour. However, I will do my best to win in regular tour competitions that may come out.”

Lee Ye-won tied for the lead with 8 birdies.

Lee Ye-won (20), who won her first tour win at the Lotte Rent-A-Car Women’s Open last month, tied for the lead with Lim Jin-hee (25) with a median total of 11 under par and 133 strokes by catching 8 birdies without bogey. Lee Ye-won said after the match, “I like all the competitions held in May. I want to win because I like this competition and the Doosan Match Play Championship next week.”

Lim Jin-hee reduced 5 strokes to 7 birdies and 2 bogeys to rise to the joint lead and seize the opportunity to win her third career title in about a year following last year’s McCall Mona Park Open. “She has the best opportunity to win, so she doesn’t want to miss it, but I won’t be greedy,” she said.

Park Ji-young (27), the leader in prize money rankings, tied for 4th with Park Hyeon-gyeong (23), Jang Su-yeon (29), and Lee Je-young (22) with an interim total of 8 under par and 136 strokes thanks to a hole-in-one and two strokes less. Park Ji-young recorded a hole-in-one in hole 3 (par 3) and received a diamond worth 10 million won as an injury. There were two hole-in-ones in this game. Prior to Park Ji-young, Ko Ji-woo (21) recorded a hole-in-one on the 16th hole (par 3) and received a Mercedes electric car worth 90 million won as an injury.

Park Min-ji (24), who is trying to win her 3rd consecutive championship, reduced 3 strokes that day, but tied for 14th place with a median total of 5 under par and 139 strokes.

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