7 under par two days in a row at the HSBC Women’s World Championship
“If I believe in myself a little more and play, there will be good results.” 카지노사이트
This is the confidence of world number 5 and defending champion Ko Jin-young. On the 4th, in the 3rd round of the HSBC Women’s World Championship (total prize money: $1.8 million) of the LPGA Tour held at the Tanjong Course (par 72, 6749 yards) at Sentosa Golf Club in Singapore, she drove 7 under par to lead by 2 strokes (14 202 strokes under par). It is an opportunity to achieve a second consecutive victory. Ko Jin-young said, “You did very well,” and smiled broadly, saying, “I feel like I caught all the birdies I caught in the second half of last year in two days.”
-I hit 7 under par in the 3rd round following the 2nd round.
▲ There was less delay in the game, so the flow was not interrupted much. The content of the game was good, but there was no big difference in the number of strokes. Rather than being satisfied with the current situation and complacent, I think I should focus a little more. If I keep this good mood and play well, I think the results will follow.
-What did you do when the game was stopped due to bad weather?
▲It was so cold that I went into the locker room and dried my clothes and hat with a hair dryer. I took a nap for about 10 minutes.
- The flow was very good until the game was stopped.
▲It was unfortunate, but fortunately, the 9th hole was finished, and the 10th hole was close to the clubhouse, so I was able to have more time to prepare than the other players. It was also a good thing that he could get around on foot.
-Reduced 7 strokes on par 5 holes for two days.
▲ I just found out for the first time. Because it is a par 5 hole, I focused a lot on the process rather than thinking about catching a birdie. So the results seem to be good.
- It’s been a long time since I’ve been competing for the lead.
▲ I actually erased my memories of last year. Many people remember last year because it was difficult, but I myself tried to forget the bad things. It’s been a long time since I’ve been in the lead, but I feel like I’m just connected.