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No-bogey play sprint Park Min-ji “I think everything within 10m is a birdie chance”

Park Min-ji (25), a leading member of the Korea Ladies Professional Golf (KLPGA) Tour, is the only one among the leading players to play a no-bogey at the 12th KG Ladies Open.

In the second round of the tournament held at Sunning Point Country Club (par 72) in Yongin-si, Gyeonggi-do on the 2nd, Min-ji Park recorded 5 birdies and no bogeys, hitting 5 under par 67.

Park Min-ji, who recorded a total of 6 under par and 138 strokes through the second round, is tied for 5th place, 5 strokes behind Seo Yeon-jeong (28), who took the sole lead in the morning group.

In the first round, Minji Park recorded a birdie on the first hole and then recorded par in 17 holes, hitting only 71 strokes at 1 under par.토토사이트

However, on the second day of the competition, he showed excellent performance by catching only 5 birdies. Now that the morning group has finished most of the matches, Park Min-ji is the only player in the lead who played 36 holes without a bogey.

Minji Park met with reporters after completing the second round and said, “I hit all the putts short in the first round, so I didn’t get a birdie. He decided to run away today. The feel of the putt was so good that I thought everything inside 10m was a birdie chance. “There were a lot of regrets, but I am satisfied because there were many good putts,” he said.

Minji Park caught her first birdie of the day by hitting her second shot close to the pin at a distance of 1.2m from the 10th hole (par 4), and added a 2.2m birdie at the 17th hole (par 4).

In the second half, I had a good mid- to long-distance birdie putt. A 5m birdie putt in the 3rd hole (par 5), a 4m birdie putt in the 6th hole (par 4), and a 5.2m birdie putt in the final 9th ​​hole (par 5) fell inside the hole.

Minji Park said, “There were shots that were pulled to the left within 100m, so I tried to pay more attention and play smarter today. “Thanks to that, I was able to play a no-bogey game,” he added.

One of the variables in this competition is the long rough. Unlike previous years, Sunning Point Country Club grew the rough up to 55mm this year. The players agreed that the rough was longer than the Hanwha Classic, which is notorious for its rough.

Minji Park said, “Fortunately, my shots were so good that I only went into the rough four times in two days. He looked back and said, “Even in the rough, the grass was all pure, so it wasn’t difficult for him to get out.”

Still, he said, “There have been many times when I passed by Rough and thought, ‘I’m glad I didn’t go in there.’ “Most of the rough was so long that you couldn’t see the ball,” he said, sticking his tongue out.

Park Min-ji was satisfied, saying, “It rained before the tournament and there was a lot of fog during the game, so the green speed was not fast, but the green grain was clean, so I puttted well as I saw and hit.”

Minji Park has not been able to add a win for about two months after winning the Celltrion Queen’s Masters, BC Card, and Hankyung Ladies Cup last June. At last week’s major tournament, the Hanwha Classic, he led until the second round, but faltered in the third round and ended up in 8th place.

Minji Park said, “When I hit a bad shot, I tend to waver at the top of my backswing. Still, he has been gaining ground in the last 3 to 4 competitions, and I feel that he is getting better as the competition progresses,” he said.

Although he seemed cautious about coming from behind to win, he confidently said, “Since I am in a chasing position, I want to do my best and make a bold play.”

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