In the fourth round of the Chris F&C KLPGA Championship (total prize money of 1.2 billion won) held at Ildong Lake Golf Club in Pocheon, Gyeonggi-do on the morning of the 1st, Jeon Ye-sung, Park Hyun-kyung and Park Ji-young finished preparing for a tee shot on the 1st hole.
At 10:05 p.m., Jeon Ye-sung, the first order, finished his address, and there were beeps all over the gallery seats. It was a safety guide text message sent by the Cheorwon-gun Office to guide daily confirmed patients and to wear masks and comply with quarantine rules.
Caddies Park Hyun-kyung and Park Ji-young, who were preparing for tee shots with Jeon Ye-sung, also laughed. There was no way to do it because it was not the sound of the gallery’s story or the phone ringing at the same time.
Jeon Ye-sung, who calmed himself for a while, finished the tee shot safely, and Park Hyun-kyung, the next order, also finished the tee shot with holding back laughter that continued until the address. The three players were able to start the fourth round in a friendly atmosphere due to unexpected safety messages. 토토
Meanwhile, Kim A-rim shot a 2-under 70 with four birdies and two bogeys in the final fourth round of the Chris F&C KLPGA Championship (total prize money of 1.2 billion won), the first major tournament of the 2022 KLPGA Tour.
He won the championship with a total of 12-under 276. He won three career wins in two years and 10 months since the Munyoung Queens Park Championship in mid-July 2019. He reached the top of the KLPGA major tournament for the first time in his life.
Kim A-rim said, “This is the major tournament that I want to win the most in the KLPGA. “There is tradition and the course is always difficult, so I thought I wanted to win, but I’m really honored and happy to win like this today,” he said.
Lee Ga-young came in second with a 9-under 279, Lee Seung-yeon came in third with an 8-under 280, Park Min-ji and Kim Hyo-joo tied for fourth with a 6-under 282, and Lee Ye-won, Choi Min-kyung, Lee Chae-eun 2 and Kim Soo-ji tied for sixth with a 5-under 283.