Leading on the first day of WEVE Championship with flawless play

Choi Gab-bin, who has been playing for the third year on the KLPGA Tour, took a surprise lead with a 7-under 65 in the first round of the KLPGA Tour Doosan E&C Weave Championship (total prize money of 1.2 billion won) at Teddy Valley Golf & Resort (par 72) in Seogwipo, Jeju Island on the 4th.

Choi Gab-bin, who started playing on the KLPGA tour in earnest last year after running both the Dream Tour and the KLPGA Tour in 2022, is still an unfamiliar name to fans.

It managed to keep its seed at 52nd place in the prize money rankings last year, and tied for fourth place at the KG Ladies Open in September last year is its best performance.

There were three top 10 awards, but there were many times when they were in the bottom half as many as 11 missed cuts.

Choi Ga-bin, who was ranked seventh after batting in her 60s for four days at the season-opening Hana Financial Group Singapore Women’s Open last month, announced her escape from obscurity by writing down her lowest number of times at bat.

Choi Gab-bin has only shot 66 once in the KLPGA tour so far, and is the first to hit 65.

In addition, Choi Gab-bin played a flawless game in which he wrote down no bogeys on seven birdies.

Choi Gab-bin said, “I didn’t have a better sense of shot than during practice, but I made few mistakes,” adding, “I’m rather sorry for the two missed birdie opportunities.”

Choi Gab-bin, who trained his putts intensively during the winter, said, “I tried to have a mindset to believe in myself rather than technical training.”

Choi Gab-bin, who claimed that the poor performance last season was not due to lack of skills but due to lack of experience in playing games, vowed, “As much as I trained hard, I will trust my play and do my best. The goal is victory above all else.”

Hwang Yoo-min and Noh Seung-hee chased Choi Gab-bin by two strokes with 5-under 67, while Park Hyun-kyung, Moon Jung-min and Hong Ji-won shot 4-under 68.

Yoon Na-na, the “long hitter queen” who returned to the KLPGA Tour stage in a year and nine months after being suspended for late misconduct of the Ogu play in 2022, tied for 19th place.

Hwang Yu-min tied for second place by two strokes over leader Choi Gab-bin.

Bang Shin-sil, who started the first hole (par 4) with a 카지노 triple bogey, later traded three birdies and three bogeys, losing three strokes and falling to the bottom.

Shin Ji-ae, who is racing hard to compete in the Paris Olympics, has prepared a stepping stone to compete for the title with a 2-under 70.

Shin Ji-ae continued to turn away from the hole until the 14th hole, showing her potential to pull out birdies on the 15th hole (par 5) and 17th holes (par 3).

Defending champion Lee Ye-won fell short of expectations with a one-over 73.

Choi Eun-woo enjoyed the luck of a hole-in-one in which a tee shot with a 6-iron on the third hole (par 3) was sucked into the hole.

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