Somi Lee, 2nd place in LPGA Q series Jinhee Lim and Yujin Seong also passed

Somi Lee takes a tee shot in the final round of the LPGA Tour Q Series.

Queen of the Wind’ Somi Lee, who won 6 times on the Korea Ladies Professional Golf (KLPGA) Tour, tied for 2nd place in the LPGA Tour Qualifying Series, an outstanding performance. I received a passing certificate.

Somi Lee hit 1 over par 73 in the final 6th round of the Q Series held at Magnolia Grove Golf Course (par 72) in Mobile, Alabama, USA on the 7th (Korean time).

Somi Lee, who recorded a final total of 404 strokes at 26 under par, finished the Q Series in tied second place, three strokes behind Robin Choi, an Australian Korean.

Lee So-mi, who entered the final round as the sole leader, two strokes ahead of Robin Choi, raising expectations of passing the senior exam, swallowed her disappointment due to her poor performance on the final day.

Following Anna-rin in 2021 and Yoo Hae-ran last year, the Korean player’s Q Series senior pass for the third consecutive year was also canceled.

However, Somi Lee maintained the lead throughout the Q Series, which was held over 6 rounds and 108 holes, and passed with excellent scores, confirming that she has the qualifications to compete for the championship next year on the LPGA Tour.

Robin Choi, who played on the LPGA tour in 2019 but was pushed out without any notable results, hit 4 under par 68 on this day and received the honor of passing the senior class.

Seong Yu-jin, who has three wins, including two this year, on the KLPGA Tour, secured the right to participate in next year’s LPGA Tour by tying for 7th place (19 under par, 411 strokes) with Jang Hyo-jun.

Seong Yu-jin and Jang Hyo-jun each reduced two strokes on this day.

Lim Jin-hee, this year’s KLPGA Tour multiple wins leader (4 wins) and the highest world ranking (40th) among the players participating in this Q Series, tied for 17th place (13 under par, 417 strokes) and received a pull-up certificate.

Lee Jeong-eun, a 36-year-old veteran, tied for 23rd place (12 under par, 418 strokes) and had to be satisfied with conditional participation.

Hong Jeong-min was also tied for 45th place (8 under par, 422 strokes) and received only conditional participation.Hong Jeong-min lost two strokes in the final round and his ranking dropped further than the previous day.

Kang Hye-ji and Yoon Min-a were also pushed out of 45th place and did not get a chance to play in next year’s LPGA tour.

If you are in the top 20 of the Q series, you can participate in most LPGA tour competitions next year, and those ranked 21st to 45th will only be given conditional participation and the right to participate in the Epson Tour, the second division tour.

Mao Saigo (Japan), a powerhouse on the Japanese Women’s Professional Golf Tour, tied for 2nd place with Lee So-mi, and Yuri Yoshida (Japan) also passed in a tie for 7th place with Sung Yu-jin and will compete for next year’s Rookie of the Year award.

Koreans Jennifer Song (USA) and Noh Ye-rim (USA), who became a hot topic as Yang Hee-young served as caddy, also return to the LPGA tour, tied for 17th place, like Jin-hee Lim. 카지노사이트

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