Shin Ji-eun (31), who has been on the LPGA Tour for 13 years, said, “I gained confidence” after finishing the second day of the Drive-On Championship (total prize money of 1.75 million dollars).
In the second round of the tournament held at the Superstition Mountain Golf & Country Club (par 72) in Arizona, USA on the 25th (Korean time), Shin Ji-eun shot a 5-under 67 to maintain a joint lead with a median total of 12-under 132.
She started the round bogeying a three-putt on the 10th hole, but that acted as a trigger. She made up for it with a birdie on the 11th hole that followed, and then she fished out birdies for 5 consecutive holes from the 14th hole to the 18th hole. In the second half, he added a birdie and allowed a tie for the lead with Moriya Jutanugarn (Thailand) and Maddy Sheriq (Canada).
“I thought it was more difficult than I thought because it was windier than expected,” she said after the game.메이저놀이터
Regarding the situation in which she bogeyed the first hole, she said, “I thought it might be possible and passed it well.”
Shin Ji-eun said, “I went through a slump for a while, but I think I overcame it.” She said, “I did well during the week in Thailand and Singapore this season, but I did poorly on the weekend. It’s the 13th year on the tour, but it doesn’t feel like it’s old, so I’m looking forward to the weekend game.” He concluded the interview by saying, “I feel confident.”
The third round match will be broadcast live on JTBC Golf from 6:45 am on the 26th.