Lee Jung-eun 6, who brushed off the regret of the draw on the first day, took the first win and tied for the lead

Lee Jeong-eun 6, who failed to keep her advantage and ended up in a draw on the first day, won her first win and rose to the joint lead in the group.

Lee Jeong-eun took part in the Bank of Hope Match Play, the only match play event on the LPGA Tour held at Shadow Creek Golf Club (par 72, 6,804 yards) in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA on the 26th (Korean time). Total prize money: $1.5 million) On the second day, in the second round of the Group 2 group stage, she beat Hong Ye-eun 2&1 (2 holes leaving 1 hole).

In the first match the previous day, Lee Jeong-eun, who had a one-sided lead over Sofia Schubert (USA) at the beginning of the game and drew, recorded 1 win and 1 draw. Hong Ye-eun became the 2nd loser. Whether or not Lee Jung-eun advances to the round of 16 depends on the result of the third game with Henderson. In this tournament, where 64 players are divided into 16 groups of 4 each, and only the first place in each group advances to the round of 16, the winner is determined through a tournament.

Lee Jeong-eun said, “I am very happy with the victory. It was a performance that was able to win enough yesterday, but it was too windy in the second half, so I lost the feeling of the shot,” he said.

“Tomorrow’s game is going to be very important. I think you have to win unconditionally to be able to go up (to the round of 16).” It is not an easy player tomorrow, so if I focus on my game as much as possible and continue to make par, I think an opportunity will come.”메이저사이트

Group 13 Kim Se-young, Group 15 Yoo Hae-ran, and Group 7 Annarin, who lost in the first game, also won each and recorded 1 win and 1 loss. Group 8’s ‘defending champion’ Ji Eun-hee, who won on the first day of the rebellion, lost to Maddy Jerich (Canada) 3&2 and became 1-1. Jeerique recorded 1 win and 1 draw and rose to the top of Group 8.

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