KLPGA Tour Kyochon Ladies Open, reduced to 36 holes due to bad weather

The 9th Kyochon 1991 Ladies Open (total prize money of 800 million won) of the Korea Women’s Professional Golf (KLPGA) tour was reduced to a second round due to bad weather.

The KLPGA tour announced on the 6th,메이저사이트 “We decided to cancel the final 3 rounds due to heavy rain and strong winds.”

The tournament, which was scheduled to be held from the 5th to the 7th at Asiad Country Club in Busan as a 54-hole tournament, was disrupted by bad weather on the first day, the 5th.

The start was delayed by an hour due to heavy rain on the 5th, and 65 out of 130 players, half of them, could not complete the first round.

On the 6th, the rest of the first round was originally scheduled to resume at 6:50 am, but the weather continued to be bad, so it was delayed for more than 4 hours, and no player finished the second round. There are 64 players who did not even start the second round.

Accordingly, the organizing committee decided to shorten the tournament to 36 holes instead of the originally scheduled 54 holes.

On the 7th, the last day of the tournament, the remainder of the second round will resume at 6:30 am. In addition, the second round afternoon group players plan to start the match between 9:00 and 9:30 am.

Kim Woo-jung is leading by one stroke with a 4 under par 68 in the first round. Heo Da-bin, Hwang Jung-mi, and Park Bo-gyeom are tied for second place by one stroke, having only played up to the first round.

Ahn So-hyun’s shot with a 50-degree wedge in the 6th hole (128 yards, par 3) of the second round rolled about 5m and became a hole-in-one.

Ahn So-hyun, who made a hole-in-one for the first time in a KLPGA regular tour event, recorded a 3-over-par up to the 10th hole (par 4) in the second round and is tied for 61st place.

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