Lee Jung-hwan, who won two wins on the Korean Professional Golf Association (KPGA) Korean Tour, reduced 6 strokes a day to become a joint leader at Blackstone Golf Course, which is known for being tricky.

In the second round of the KPGA Korean Tour KB Financial Live Championship (total prize money of 700 million won) held at Blackstone GC (par 72, 7270 yards) in Icheon, Gyeonggi-do on the 26th, Lee Jung-hwan shot 6 under par 65 with 7 birdies and 1 bogey for a total of 7 under par 137. He tied for first place with Kim Min-soo, the “strongest player in screen golf”.

Lee Jeong-hwan, who started from hole 10 and caught birdies in a row on holes 11 and 12 (par 4 above), made a bogey with 3 putts on hole 16 (par 3), but caught three birdies in a row from hole 17 and 18 to hole 1. Afterwards, holes 8 and 9 were finished with consecutive birdies.

Lee Jung-hwan said, “Today, the greens are softer than yesterday, so it is easier to play, so my confidence has increased. He showed confidence, saying, “I think I can win as long as I play.” He said, “It’s been three years since he returned after being discharged from the military, and he had a lot of problems with his swing during that time. He said, “I feel like I’m going to find my swing again this season from winter battery training.”

Kim Min-soo, who started with a 4-under-par 68 on the first day and tied for the lead with Lee Jae-kyung, reduced 3 more strokes with 5 birdies and 2 bogeys, and continued to lead for two days in a row. Having won more than 10 screen golf competitions, he succeeded in passing the cut for the first time in his 5th competition this year and said, “Actual field competitions are more fun than screen golf, and I am greedy.” I want to achieve,” he said.메이저놀이터

Last year, rookie kings Bae Yong-joon and Yeom Seo-hyun scored a total of 5 under par 139 strokes to tie for 3rd place, two strokes behind the lead, while Jung Chan-min, who won the GS Caltex Maekyung Open earlier this month, reduced 2 strokes that day to record a total of 3 under par 141 strokes and tied for 8th place. went up Lee Jae-kyung lost two strokes on the day and tied with Heo In-hoe and Ham Ham-woo for 13th place with a 2-under par of 142 strokes.

Baek Seok-hyun, who won the SK Telecom Open for the first time last week, successfully passed the chin-up cut with a total of 4 over par 148 and a tie for 52nd place. Yang Ji-ho, the winner last year, lost 4 strokes and shot a total of 6 over par 150 strokes to drop out of the cut in a tie for 83rd place.

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