“Is that what last week’s champion did?”…seniors and juniors at a loss for words.

The first round of the Doosan E&C We’ve Championship (KRW 1.2 billion in total prize money – KRW 216 million in winner’s prize money) was held at Teddy Valley Golf & Resort (Par 72-6735 yards) in Seogwipo, Jeju, on the 11th. 

The tournament was originally scheduled for four rounds on the 10th, but was shortened to three rounds due to weather conditions.  On the 1st tee, Park Ji-young, Lee Ye-won, and Lim Jin-hee hit their tee shots hard and then moved to the second shot. Park Ji-young and Lee Ye-won were about to pose for the press when Im Jin-hee walked past them at a fast pace, leaving them to pose alone. 

It’s a two-shot, but more affectionate.

I can see Park Ji-young’s hot eyes from behind.  However, Im Jin Hee didn’t seem to mind and quickly moved to a three-shot with a bright smile.  Im had won the Jeju Samdasu, the tournament right before the Doosan E&C We’ve Championship, so she could be seen as a champion, but in fact, she moved quickly because her tee shot went into the 236-yard rough. And since she won the previous tournament and her hometown is Jeju Island, her friends were cheering her on from the tee box, so she posed with a big smile on her face. 

Park Ji-young and Lee Ye-won didn’t mind Lim’s solo pose either, smiling and posing affectionately as they moved to the second shot. 

In the first round, Lim shot 3-under par with five birdies and two bogeys, Park Ji-young was 2-under par with five birdies, one bogey and a double bogey, and Lee Ye-won carded a 71 with one birdie. 

Lim, who was trying to win back-to-back titles in Jeju, finished in a tie for fourth place with an 8-under-par 208 total, while Lee was tied with Kim Min-seon (20) at 10-under-par 204 heading into the final round. The match came down to the first hole of the extra day, the 18th (par-4), where Lee sank a 6-meter birdie putt to take the win over Kim, who finished with a par.메이저사이트

Meanwhile, Im, Jin-hee Lim, Park Ji-young, and Lee will attempt to win a major title at the Hanwha Classic 2023 (total prize money of 1.7 billion won) at Jade Palace in Chuncheon, Gangwon Province, starting on April 24.

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