Last-minute concentration is extremely important in golf. Even if you keep leading, the last concentration is more important than any other sport. The final winner of this NH Investment & Securities Championship was not Lee Ye-won, Bang Sin-sil, or Park Ji-young. She was Lim Jin-hee who never lost her concentration until the end.
Lim Jin-hee has risen to the heights of three wins in the Korean Women’s Professional Golf (KLPGA) tour. In the final round of the KLPGA Tour NH Investment & Securities Ladies Championship (total prize money of 800 million won) held at Suwon Country Club New Course (par 72) in Yongin-si, Gyeonggi-do on the 14th, Lim Jin-hee shot a 4-under-par 68 to win with a total of 15-under-par and 201 strokes over the three rounds. It was her first win of the season and Lim Jin-hee reached the top 10 months after winning the McCall Mona Park Open in July last year. It was also her honor to win her KLPGA championship three years in a row. Lim Jin-hee, who received her championship prize money of 144 million won, rose to 6th place in the prize money rankings (208.15 million won).
In fact, until the middle of the tournament, Lee Ye-won had a high possibility of leading. Lim Jin-hee, who entered the final round as a joint leader, exchanged 1 birdie for 1 bogey until the 7th hole and could not reduce a single stroke, so the victory seemed to be far away. However, Lee Ye-won, who started with the same co-leader, cut 2 strokes, and Park Ji-young and Bang Sin-sil also went in pursuit.먹튀검증
However, Lim Jin-hee, who changed the atmosphere with a birdie on the 8th hole (par 5), saved the dying fire by reducing another stroke on the 11th hole (par 5). After she jumped to the lead with a birdie on the 17th hole (par 5), she dramatically confirmed the championship with a 3m birdie on the 18th hole (par 4). After reducing 6 strokes, Park Ji-young, who was expecting an overtime game, had to be satisfied with the second place (14 under par, 202 strokes).
On the other hand, Park Ji-young, who missed the championship by one stroke, kept the first place in the prize money rankings and rose to the first place in the grand prize points. Unlike Lim Jin-hee, monster rookie Bang Shin-sil missed the opportunity to win by bogeying down the last two holes. However, following the previous tournament, he left a strong impression with a long hit that easily exceeded 290 yards. Following his debut, Chris F&C KLPGA Championship tie for 4th place, Bang Shin-sil tied for 3rd place (13 under par 203 strokes) this time, heralding the birth of a super rookie.