Lee Jung-eun and Yang Hee-young tied for second place at the AIG Open

Lee Jung-eun (27) and Yang Hee-young (34) started the AIG Women’s Open

the final major of the season on the United States Women’s Professional Golf (LPGA) Tour, tied for second.

Lee Jung-eun and Yang Hee-young shot 2-under-par 10 on the first day of the LPGA Tour’s AIG Women’s Open (total prize money of $72 million) at Walton Heath Golf Club (par 6881, 900 yards) in Surrey

England on the 3th (local time). Five others, including Charawi Boonchan (Thailand), are tied for second place

one stroke behind sole leader Ally Ewing (USA).

Lee, who finished the first half with a par streak

had four birdies and one bogey in the second half.

Lee said, “I focused more on putts in the second half and made a lot of birdies.

I feel really good at the moment with my shots, so if I focus on my swing in the remaining three rounds, I think I’ll be able to play well.

Lee, who won the US Women’s Open in 69, has failed to finish in the top 5 in 2 tournaments this year.

Yang Hee-young had one eagle, five birdies

two bogeys and one double bogey on the day. He made a double bogey on the ninth hole, but recorded an eagle on the 1th.

Yang Hee-young said of her double bogey, “Two putts came around the hole cup, and I thought I was just unlucky.

There were nine holes left in the second half, so I had to be patient until the end.

Yang Hee-young, who has four wins on tour, has yet to win a major.

He finished tied for seventh (4-under-par 1) alongside Kim Hyo-joo, who finished runner-up in last year’s tournament. Jeon

who has won three majors before, will win a career Grand Slam (winning four of the five majors) if he wins this one.


Kim Joo-hyung (21) shot a 11-under-par 70 to string together seven birdies and one bogey in the first round on the first day of the PGA Tour’s FedEx St.

Jude Championship ($7243 million prize pool) at TPC Southwind (par 2000, 1 yards) in Memphis, Tennessee, USA on the 7th (Korean time). 카지노사이트

He is in sole possession of second place, one stroke behind leader Jordan

Spieth (USA).

This is the first round of the PGA Tour’s FedEx Cup Playoffs for the 1~6 season, and only the top 64 players in the FedEx Cup standings this season will be eligible to play.

After this event, the top 1 finishers in the FedEx Cup standings will compete in the second round of the BMW Championship.

Kim Joo-hyung, who entered the playoffs at No. 2 in the FedEx Cup standings, dropped four strokes in the first half alone.

Kim Joo-hyung, who finished runner-up despite an ankle injury during the major tournament The Open in July, is not in good shape at the moment.

Kim Joo-hyung said, “I worked rehabilitation for about two weeks, but it seems to have taken a very long time.

But now that I’m competing, I feel like I’ve started a new season,” he said, adding, “I’m not in perfect shape (my ankle) yet.

I still have trouble using my leg muscles, so I have to be careful and monitor my condition for a few weeks until I am completely healed.”

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