Lee Da-yeon and Bang Shin-sil took the lead in the third round of the 45th Chris FNC KLPGA Championship (total prize money of 1.3 billion won), the first major tournament of the 2023 season of the Korea Women’s Professional Golf (KLPGA) Tour.
On the 29th, on the third day of the tournament held at Lakewood Country Club (par 72, 6,570 yards) in Yangju, Gyeonggi-do, Lee Da-yeon shot 3 under par 69 with 5 birdies and 2 bogeys.
Lee Da-yeon, who recorded a total of 9 under par 207 strokes over the three days, will start the final round on the 30th with a tie for first place with Bang Shin-sil.
Bang Shin-sil tied 1 eagle, 5 birdies, and 3 bogeys that day, and scored 4 under par 68 strokes.
Lee Da-yeon has won 6 wins in her tour career, and Bang Shin-sil is the first regular tour tournament she participated in as a professional온라인카지노
Bang Shin-sil played the second shot with 191 yards left in hole 7 (par 5) that day, sending it about 5.5m to the side of the hole to catch an eagle, reducing 4 strokes in the first half alone.
In hole 15 (par 5), the third shot fell short of the green and was in danger of falling into the water. hit the top
However, the tee shot on the last 18th hole (par 4) was biased to the left, so one stroke was lost, and Lee Da-yeon put a 5m birdie putt on the 17th hole (par 3), putting the two players shoulder to shoulder at the joint lead.
Lee So-young, Park Gyeol, and Choi Ye-rim were placed in a tie for third place by two strokes.
Jo Ah-yeon, Song Ga-eun, and Son Ye-bin are tied for 6th with a 6 under par 210 strokes.
Last year’s winner Kim A-rim, who is active on the LPGA Tour, finished the third round in a tie for ninth place with Lee Ye-won, Hwang Yu-min, and Han Jin-sun with a 5 under par 211 strokes.
Seong Yu-jin, who finished runner-up after overtime at the LPGA Tour Lotte Championship, which ended in Hawaii on the 16th, tied for 13th with a 4-under par of 212 strokes.
On this day, the third round started an hour late due to rain, and even during the game, water accumulated on the green and stopped for about two hours, causing disruptions to the progress.