Shin Ji-ae (35) had a second chance of winning the season.
In the second round of the Japan Women’s Professional Golf (JLPGA) Tour RKBX Mitsui Matsushima Ladies (total prize money: 120 million yen) held at the Fukuoka Country Club (par 72) in Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan on the 13th, Shin Ji-ae tied 5 birdies and 1 bogey to finish 4 under par. I hit 68.
Shin Ji-ae, who recorded an interim total of 8 under par 136 strokes, tied for the lead with Serena Aoki and Akie Iwai (Japan). She is one stroke behind Mami Fukuda (Japan), who placed fourth, and the competition for the championship looks fierce, but she is one step closer to achieving her second win of the season, her 28th overall win on the JLPGA Tour, and her 64th individual win.
Shin Ji-ae, who reduced 4 strokes by combining 7 birdies and 3 bogeys in the first round, showed an elaborate play that minimized her bogey on this day. She made two consecutive birdies in the 5th and 6th holes after the 2nd and 3rd holes in the first half, and Shin Ji-ae, who raised the mood, made her bogey on the 14th hole (par 4) in the second half. However, she added a birdie on the 17th hole (par 4) and she moved up to the lead. On the final hole, she had the potential to lead alone, but she finished with a par.
Ji-ae Shin started the season in a good mood by winning the Daikin Orchid Ladies Golf Tournament, the opening match of this year’s JLPGA Tour. However, there were some ups and downs. If she performed well, she missed the cut in the next contest. After her opening match, she missed the cut at the Meiji Yasuda Life Insurance Ladies Yokohama Tire Golf Tournament.토토사이트
Afterwards, Shin Ji-ae, who tied for 3rd at the T-Point*Eneos Golf Tournament, missed the cut again at the Aksa Ladies Golf Tournament. This pattern continued at the beginning of the season.
However, she managed to turn the tide in this competition. Shin Ji-ae, who finished runner-up in last week’s major tournament, the Salon Pas Cup at the World Ladies Championship, not only avoided missing her cut this time, but also created a chance to win again.
Following Ji-ae Shin, Lee Ha-na was tied for 13th with a 3 under par 141 strokes. Jeon Mi-jung tied for 19th with a 2-under 142, and Bae Seon-woo tied for 25th with a 1-under 143.