AIG Open 7-under again, top 3 in impressive fashion
“Feeling like a seasonal semester in the U.S. during the day break”
Korean Women’s Golf No major this year
Ji-Ae Shin, 35 (pictured), finished third in the final major of the season on the U.S. Women’s Professional Golf (LPGA) Tour.
Shin shot a 2-under 70 with three birdies and a bogey in the final four rounds of the LPGA Tour’s AIG Women’s Open on Thursday at Walton Heath Golf Club (Par 72) in Surrey, England. 토토사이트 With a final total of 7-under-par 281, Shin finished in third place, the best of the 15 South Korean players in the field, and earned $600,106 (about 800,000 won) in prize money. This gives Shin two top-three finishes in the three LPGA Tour majors she has played this season. She tied for second at the U.S. Women’s Open earlier this month and tied for 54th at the Amundi Evian Championship in France later that month. There are five majors on the LPGA Tour.
Shin, who made her LPGA Tour debut in 2009, is a veteran with 64 career victories, including 11 on the LPGA Tour. In 2014, she moved to the Japan Ladies Professional Golf (JLPGA) Tour and only played the occasional LPGA Tour event in Japan or Australia. Her first U.S. 스포츠토토 event in four years was the U.S. Women’s Open in July, where she finished tied for second and showed off her veteran skills. “I felt like I was taking a seasonal semester (during the JLPGA Tour’s summer break), so I was excited to come to the LPGA Tour,” Shin said after the AIG Women’s Open.
The tournament was won by Lilia Boo (USA), 26, with a final total of 14-under-par 274. She earned $1.35 million for her victory. Boo also finished atop the leaderboard at the Chevron Championship in April. 스포츠토토맨 She is the only player to win two majors this season. Korean women’s golf ended the season with a “no majors” record.