7th Place in The 2nd Round of The LPGA Evian Championship

Yoo Hae-ran also maintained the top spot in the second round of the Evian Championship total prize money of $6.5 million, a major tournament on the Ladies Professional Golf Association LPGA Tour. 토토사이트

Yoo Hae-ran, who made her LPGA Tour debut this season, traded four birdies and four bogeys in the second round, which ended at the Evian Resort Golf Club (par 71) in Evian Levin, France, on the 29th. Even-par is 71, and the median total is 4-under 138, down from 6th to 7th the previous day. However, the gap with Celine Butier France, 7-under 135 is three.

Yoo Hae-ran passed the qualifying series in December last year. Although she failed to report a victory on the LPGA stage, she was in the top 10 five times in 14 competitions. At the U.S. Women’s Open, another major tournament held earlier this month, she ranked eighth.

It was a bad condition with winds of around 30 kilometers per hour, but Yoo Hae-ran calmly kept his stroke. After the second round, Yoo Hae-ran said, It was hard to start because of the wind, adding, The pin position was difficult and the rough was getting tough, but I am satisfied that I finished well without losing my batting skills. Yoo Hae-ran said, I was in a hurry to save par at the US Women’s Open, adding, I will make as many birdie opportunities as possible by targeting the remaining two rounds.

World No. 1 Ko Jin-young tied for 12th with a 1-under 70 and a 2-under 140 in the middle. Kim Soo-ji and Kim A-rim added three-over-par 74 shots side by side to form a joint 19th place 1 under par 141 strokes. Kim Soo-ji won four games on the Korea Ladies Professional Golf Association KLPGA Tour and topped the grand prize and average at-bats last season. Park Sung-hyun and Ji Eun-hee tied for 22nd even-par 142 strokes, Kim Hyo-joo and Yang Hee-young tied for 28th 1 over par 143 strokes, and Jeon In-ji tied for 39th 2 over par 144 strokes. Fourteen South Korean players passed the cut.

Patty Tawatanakit Thailand and Sasso Yuka Japan tied for second place at 6-under 136. Meanwhile, Emma Telli of the U.S. made a hole-in-one on the second hole par 3 and Baba Saki of Japan made a hole-in-one on the 16th hole par 3. It is the first time in 10 years that two hole-in-one came out of the tournament on the same day since the second round in 2013.

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