South Korean Golfer Kim Sei Young finished at -14, three strokes ahead of runner-up Ally McDonald at the LPGA Tour event in Florida on November 22.
Kim Loi led McDonald one stroke after 36 holes and five strokes after 54 holes. Both played in the same group during the last two rounds. And after McDonald’s were five players with a decreasing one-stick difference, including former world number one Lydia Ko and a rich duo – Brooke Henderson and Minjee Lee.
But in the last round of November 22, the title competition was still in a double hand – McDonald’s clung to Kim on the par70. During the round, the gap between them was no less than three strokes. This is also Kim’s advantage in the destination after she bogey 18 holes and McDonald birdie.
When closing the round, Kim considered “break even” because the scoreboard of three birds with three bogey. The whole leg, the Korean player born in 1993 played an average of 246 yards, hit 12 of the 14 fairways and went to the standard green (GIR) in 12 holes. Meanwhile, McDonald’s four birdies and two bogeys, just one hole more than Kim in terms of GIR.
Kim received $ 225,000, and McDonald received $ 135,200. Former world number one Lydia Ko returned to the T4 at -8, earning $ 68,400. Henderson finished T6 (score -7) with 40,300 USD and Lee stood T15 (-1) because he spent 75 strokes on lowering the curtain. Lee’s share is $ 19,400. Ko Jin Young, top of the world rankings – Rolex Rankings ranks T34 (+3) with $ 9,100.
“My friends poured champagne on their heads, then down their shirts. I was like having a bath. I also drank some and saw ivory,” Kim said. Golf Channel about the victory celebration. She is ranked second in the Rolex Rankings.
With the title over the weekend, Kim is about to usurp the Ko at Rolex Ranking. “It makes sense because being world first was my biggest goal this year. Before it was the Olympic gold medal, but the event was canceled so I have to wait until next year,” Kim revealed. personal spending.
The Pelican Women’s Championship is Kim’s 12th title in the LPGA Tour. It earned her T3 on the list of the richest Korean golfer in the American women’s arena. At the top is Pak Se Ri with 25 championships, second is Park Inbee with 20 titles.
In October, Kim won the Women’s PGA Championship 2020 – the first time after 28 major competitions, of which eight times reached the top 10. At the end of last year, Kim received $ 1.5 million by winning the Tour Championship with a birdie score after a 7 putt. , 6 meters.
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