Lee Se-hee (26, COSBALL), who returned to the regular tour, aims to enter the top 10 for the first time in two years and three months. If he maintains his shooting skills in the final round메이저사이트, it is not impossible for him to win his first regular tour.
Lee Se-hee swept 8 birdies without bogey in the second round of the OK Financial Group Shotman Open (total prize money of 800 million won) of the Korea Ladies Professional Golf (KLPGA) Tour held at Club 72 Haneul Course (par 72, 6,713 yards) in Yeongjong Island, Incheon on the 16th. . Lee Se-hee said, “I have recorded 8 under par once,” and announced that it was a tie record for the lowest score in a single round (18 holes). He showed off his high-sensitivity shot 3 years after recording 8 under par in the second round of the first leg of the 2020 KBC Dream Tour.
Lee Se-hee, who made three consecutive birdies from the start, reduced 5 strokes in the first half alone. He also caught a birdie in the first hole (par 5) of the second half, laying the foundation for his rise to the top rankings, and caught his second consecutive birdie of the day in the 14th and 15th holes (par 4) to raise his ranking to 5th place. He only lost 2 strokes the previous day, but raised his ranking by 20 places in one day. Even in the final round, if he continues his sense from the second round, he will be in a position to surpass the top 5 for the first time in his life and aim for the championship.
The leader was Park Bo-gyeom, who reduced 7 strokes on this day alone and recorded an intermediate total of 13 under par, 131 strokes.
Lee Se-hee said, “I feel so good and relieved to have recorded under par for the first time in a long time. “I had a hard time with my shots for a while, but changes such as a new club fitting helped me because it matched my current condition,” he said. He experienced ups and downs, including receiving treatment for elbow pain.
He withdrew from the Ever Collagen/The Sienna Queen’s Crown, which was the last competition in the first half of the year, due to elbow pain, and returned to the Jeju Samdasoo Masters, but missed the cut four times in the six competitions he participated in until the KB Financial Star Championship, which ended on the 10th. I needed a turning point, and I think getting club fitted again and regaining my health helped.
Lee Se-hee laughed, saying, “I wanted to make one more birdie, but it’s a pity,” and added, “I focused on the game because my caddy created an atmosphere where I could concentrate on each hole. “I hope we can play the final round like we did today.” Lee Se-hee said, “I think the most important thing is not to be conscious that it is the final round. There were many cases where I was too greedy and missed shots on the last day. “I will focus on what is needed in each situation,” he said, not hiding his will to achieve his personal best performance.
Park Bo-gyeom, who enters the final round as the sole leader, said, “I felt a little disappointed with the shot, but the putt fell well. “I will challenge for the championship tomorrow with a sharper shot,” he pledged.