“I’m not worried about the Dream Tour – seeding”…the confident rookie’s third challenge

My confidence grew as I travelled on the regular tour. Whether she wins the title this year or not, she is confident that she will do it one day. Bang Shin-sil (19) will challenge for the title again.

The 19-year-old carded five birdies and one bogey for a 4-under 68 in the first round of the Korean Ladies Professional Golf Association (KLPGA) Tour’s E1 Charity Open ($900,000) at Seongmunan Country Club (Par 72) in Wonju, Gangwon Province, on Saturday to share the lead with Kim Min-sun (20) and Ji Hansol (27).안전놀이터

While everyone is desperate for a win, Bang needs to win in the first half of the year to stay on the tour in the second half. He is looking forward to winning every tournament.

After finishing 40th in last year’s Regular Tour seeding event, she was only able to earn a conditional seeding. She made her debut later than her peers, including Kim Min-byul (19) and Hwang Yoo-min (20), and made a strong impression from her first event.

Bang burst onto the scene at the last KLPGA Championship, shooting a five-under-par 67 in the first round. She was in contention for the title, but dropped a stroke in the final round and finished fourth.

There was another chance. In May, she played in the championship group at the NH Investment & Securities Ladies Championship. She took the lead at one point, but missed the final hole and finished third.

Bang had a third chance to win in Wonju. She played alongside American Hye Jin Choi (24) and last year’s Rookie of the Year Lee Ye Won (20), but she was unfazed by the experience and showed off her game.

Especially on the 16th hole (par 5), she teed off with a 3-wood and hit her second shot with a 3-wood. It was a pretty savvy course management move for a long hitter on a course where fairways need to be protected.

“I wasn’t feeling well today because I had a cold, but I felt good with my shots and putts, so I finished with a good score,” said Bang, adding, “There’s no pressure whether I’m on the Dream Tour or seeded. I want to do my best.”

When asked if she felt no pressure because she was confident, she laughed and said, “That’s true, and I shouldn’t be.” “I’m grateful for the attention I’ve been getting lately. That’s why I’m trying to work harder.”

He also has a ‘number’ to win. He has a professional caddie with him for the tournament. “The next two days, I will do my best shot by shot, just like today. I’ll focus on staying in the fairway,” he said.


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