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Ace’s winning color… Ko Jin-young wakes up sleeping Korean golf

The one who woke up the sleeping Korean women’s golfer was, of course, ‘Ace’ Ko Jin-young (28).

Ko Jin-young reached the top of the Cognitive Founders Cup (total prize money of 3 million dollars) on the US Women’s Professional Golf (LPGA) Tour, reaching 15 wins in her career.

World No. 3 Jinyoung Ko hit a 5-under par 67 with 5 birdies and 5 birdies in the 4th round on the final day of the tournament held at Upper Montclair CC (par 72) in Clifton, New Jersey, USA on the 15th (Korean time).

Ko Jin-young, who recorded a final total of 13 under par 275 strokes, tied with Lee Min-ji (Australia), and then recorded par in the first overtime to win the championship. She started the final day in a tie for 4th by 4 strokes and flipped her gears.

Ko Jin-young, who seemed to be in danger as her second shot went past the pin a lot in her extension, but she putt with a close birdie putt to lead the par putt. On the other hand, Lee Min-ji’s putt, which was aiming for a birdie from a distance, was somewhat off the mark, and Jin-young Ko had a chance as she missed the par putt. She easily putted a par putt, and her colleagues, including Ko Jin-young and Yoo Hae-ran, and her teammates hurrahed for a celebratory drink. Her winning prize is 450,000 dollars (about 600 million won).카지노사이트

Ko Jin-young added her multiplier in about two months after the HSBC Women’s World Championship in March, lifting her second trophy of the season and her 15th career trophy. In particular, Ko Jin-young only won her third Founders Cup following 2019 and 2021.

Korea was recently eliminated from the group stage at the International Crown, a national competition of 8 countries, and was only winning 1 win in 8 tournaments on the LPGA tour this season.


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