Park Bo-gyeom holds a one-stroke lead after the second round of the OK Financial Group Women’s Open on the Korean Ladies Professional Golf Association (KLPGA) Tour.
Park carded seven birdies and no bogeys for a 7-under 65 on the second day of the tournament at Incheon Club 72 Country Club (Par 72, 6,713 yards) on Saturday.
With a two-day total of 13-under-par 131, Park moved into sole possession of first place, one stroke ahead of Madasom and Lee Ji-hyun, who are tied for second.
With only seven players tied for the lead after the first round, Park took a step forward today.
Park won her first regular tour title in May of this year at the Gyochon 1991 Ladies Open.
“I didn’t have a very good day, but I putted well,” said Park, 바카라사이트 who will be looking for her second win of the season. “I want to prove it by getting my first win in a tournament that is shortened to 36 holes,” she said.
In May, the Gyochon 1991 Ladies Open was shortened to two rounds due to inclement weather.
Second-ranked Lee Ji-hyun will be looking for her first tour win in six years since the E1 Charity Open in May 2017, while second-ranked Madasom’s two runner-up finishes this year are her best on the regular tour.
Hangzhou Asian Games amateur Kim Min-sol is tied for 10th at 8-under 136 along with Lee Ye-won and Moon Jung-min.
Lee, who leads the tour in money and points this season, will surpass the 1 billion won mark with a solo 11th-place finish or better in this tournament.
Sakura Yokomine (JPN), a veteran with 23 career victories on the Japan Ladies Professional Golf Tour, is tied for 14th at 7-under par 137.
Lee Jeong-eun, who plays on the U.S. Women’s Professional Golf (LPGA) Tour, just missed the cut at 3-under 141. Yoo So-yeon, also playing in the United States, missed the cut at 3-over par 147. 슬롯