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Rookie Kang Min-ji tied for 4th with 67 shots on the first day of her LPGA tour debut

Kim Se-young, with a total of 12 wins, also tied for 4th place. Lydia Go, tied for lead Lee So-mi tied for 14th place and Seong Yu-jin tied for 25th place in her debut match.

Minji Kang

Minji Kang, who started her career as a professional player in the United States, showed off her skills in her debut match on the LPGA Tour.

Minji Kang played a clean game, catching four birdies and no bogeys in the first round of the LPGA Drive On Championship held at Bradenton Country Club (par 71) in Florida, USA on the 26th (Korean time).

Kang Min-ji, who recorded 4 under par 67 strokes, was tied for 4th place, two strokes behind co-leaders Lydia Ko (New Zealand) and Nellie Korda (USA, 6 under par 65 strokes). 카지노사이트

Lydia Ko continued her upward trend in two consecutive competitions after winning the Hilton Grand Vacations Tournament of Champions in the season opener last week.

Minji Kang, who played at Truett McConnell University in Georgia, USA, ranked 5th in the money rankings at last year's Epson Tour, the second division of the LPGA Tour, and won the right to participate in this year's LPGA Tour.

Minji Kang, who finished the first day of her debut in a good mood, said in an interview with the LPGA Tour, "It was my debut, but I wasn't as nervous as I thought. I was prepared for the wind during the practice round, and it helped a lot today."

Minji Kang said, “I met a lot of Korean players today, but since I turned professional in the United States, I actually don’t know many Korean players very well.”

Seyoung Kim’s 1st round match

Kim Se-young, who had 12 LPGA Tour wins in her career, also tied for 4th place with a 4-under par 67.

Kim Se-young, who has not been able to add wins since winning the Pelican Women's Championship in November 2020, is attempting her 13th career win.

Somi Lee, who advanced to this year's LPGA tour through Qualifying School, tied for 14th place with a 2-under par 69.

Somi Lee, who won five times on the Korea Ladies Professional Golf (KLPGA) tour, recorded a double bogey on the first hole (par 4), but later made up for it with two birdies and an eagle.

Seong Yu-jin, who made her debut with Lee So-mi, is tied for 25th with 1 under par and 70 strokes. 토토사이트