Kim Hyo-joo tied for third with a 16-under 272 in the fourth round of the 2022 LPGA Tour BMW Ladies Championship (total prize money of $2 million) held at Oak Valley Country Club (par 72, 6647 yards) in Wonju, Gangwon-do in October.
Although he didn’t win, he birdied the 18th hole and finished in a good mood. And Kim Hyo-joo, who finished the game with a good play in front of domestic fans after a long time, felt very good.
Kim Hyo-joo, who took out a birdie from the hole cup, presented the ball to the stands. However, many fans here and there wanted to receive Kim Hyo-joo’s ball. 바카라사이트
Kim Hyo-joo pulled the ball out of her caddie bag and threw it to the cheering fans. A louder shout rang out from the stands on the 18th hole. Kim Hyo-joo smiled broadly as she threw the ball to fans far away.
In 2022, Kim participated in the LPGA and four KLPGA tournaments. On the LPGA Tour, she won the Lotte Championship, tied for third in the Amundi Evian Championship, tied for third in the Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open, and tied for third in the BMW Ladies Championship, finishing ninth in the 2022 prize money world rankings with $1,1533,497.
In KLPGA, he ranked fourth at the 44th KLPGA Championship of Chris F&C in April and 11th at the OK Financial Group Pak Se-ri INVITATIONAL in September.
Kim Hyo-joo participated in four KLPGA competitions in the 2022 season and received a total of 2.028 billion won in prize money by adding 64,293,333 won.
Kim Hyo-joo is throwing a golf ball to fans with a smile.
Meanwhile, Lydia Ko shot a 7-under 65 with eight birdies and one bogey in the final fourth round of the 2022 LPGA Tour BMW Ladies Championship (total prize money of $2 million) at Oak Valley Country Club (par 72, 6647 yards) in Wonju, Gangwon Province on the 23rd.He won with a total of 21-under 267.
She has won 18 games in nine months since Gainbridge LPGA at the end of January. He easily beat second-place Andrea Lee (U.S., 17-under 271) by four strokes.