Park Bo-gyeom took first place in the second round of the OK Financial Group Shotman Open (total prize money of 800 million won) on the Korea Ladies Professional Golf (KLPGA) Tour.
In the second round of the second day of the tournament held at Incheon Club 72 Country Club (par 72/6,713 yards) on the 16th, Park Bo-gyeom made only 7 birdies without a bogey메이저놀이터 and recorded 7 under par 65.
Park Bo-gyeom, who recorded a total of 13 under par and 131 strokes over two days, became the sole first place, one stroke ahead of Madasom and Lee Ji-hyun, who were tied for second place.
In the previous day’s first round, where only 7 people were tied for the lead, Park Bo-gyeom seemed to have taken a step forward on this day.
Park Bo-gyeom is a player who achieved his first win on the regular tour at the Kyochon 1991 Ladies Open in May this year. Park Bo-gyeom, who was aiming for his second win of the season, expressed his motivation, saying, “It wasn’t a day where I had a very good shot, but my putt was good. I want to prove my first win in a tournament that was reduced to 36 holes.” The Kyochon 1991 Ladies Open in May was shortened to two rounds due to bad weather.
Ji-Hyeon Lee, tied for second place, is attempting her second tour win in six years since the E1 Charity Open in May 2017, and Madasom, who is also in second place by one stroke, has two runner-up finishes this year, her best performance on the regular tour.
Hangzhou Asian Games national team amateur Kim Min-sol tied for 10th place with Lee Ye-won and Moon Jeong-min with 8 under par 136 strokes.
Lee Ye-won, who ranks first in tour prize money and grand prize points this season, will exceed 1 billion won in prize money for the season if she ranks 11th or higher alone in this tournament.
Sakura Yokomine (Japan), a veteran with a total of 23 wins on the Japan Women’s Professional Golf Tour, is tied for 14th place with 7 under par and 137 strokes.
Lee Jeong-eun, who plays on the LPGA Tour, was the last to pass the cut with 3-under par 141 strokes. Soyeon Ryu, who is also active on the American stage, missed the cut with 3 over par 147.