Choi Ye-rim, who is challenging for the first win in his career, pledged to do well.
Choi Ye-rim was on the 17th (Korean time) at the Twin Doves Golf Club (par 72, 6549 yards) in Binh Duong Province, Vietnam, at the KLPGA (Korean Women’s Professional Golf) Tour PLK Pacific Rings Korea Championship with SBS Golf ( Total prize money of 700 million won, championship prize money of 126 million won) In the second round, he hit a 5-under-par 67 with 7 birdies and 2 bogeys스포츠토토. Choi Ye-rim, who recorded 4 under par 68 strokes in the first round, scored a 9 under par 135 strokes in the middle, taking first place alone, one stroke ahead of Lee Jung-min Ko Ji-woo, and will challenge for his first win of the season in the final round.
After the match, Choi Ye-rim said, “After the Singapore tournament, I was not in good condition until I came to Vietnam. So I practiced a lot with the idea of improving my condition rather than good grades. Rather, thanks to not thinking about my grades, I won first place today. I could do it,” he looked back. He added, “The putt was the best. I don’t feel that the green is more difficult than last week’s competition. I have played this course several times, so I think I’m familiar with the green.” Regarding the final round strategy, he predicted, “I think iron shots are more important than putts.
Choi Ye-rim, who only finished runner-up four times after debuting on the KLPGA Tour in 2018, said, “Before, I thought that playing in the champion group was different. I was nervous without knowing it.” I want to play,” he promised. Regarding the fact that many first-time winners came out last season, he said, “It was a stimulus. I thought everyone would win except me,” he said. He said, “Before, I had doubts that I could win even if I was in the top ranks. Now I think I can win enough. To some extent, I have confidence.”