There were no mistakes three times… E1 Charity champion ’19-year-old long hitter’ Bang Shin-sil stands tall as ‘special star’

There were no mistakes three times.

’19-year-old long hitter’ Bang Shin-sil, who challenged to win the championship in the ‘three-year-old’, finally succeeded in winning the first victory of his dream.

In the final 3rd round of the E1 Charity Open held on the 28th at Seongmunan CC (par 72) in Wonju-si, Gangwon-do, Bang Shin-sil took two birdies without a bogey and recorded 2 under par 70 strokes, winning the championship with a total of 9 under par 207 strokes. Bang Shin-sil, who was tied for the lead in the first round, maintained the joint lead in the second round and completed the ‘Wire-to-Wire Championship’ that did not come down from the lead until the end.

Bang Shin-sil, who was only able to participate in some competitions because she was ‘seeded No. 40’, received a full seed with this victory, so she can participate in any competitions in the future. All of his records are officially recognized, and he is expected to rank first in the long hit ranking and second in green hit rate. Currently, Bang Shin-sil is sending an average distance of 264.57 yards, which corresponds to the first place in the drive shot distance category, but has not been officially recognized due to the small number of competitions.

Although this is only the 5th tournament, Bang Shin-sil is already showing overwhelming performance enough to compete in the third championship group. However, there was a ‘two regrets’ that collapsed at the last minute with his victory in front of him.

Chris F&C entered the championship group for the first time at the 45th KLPGA Championship.

On the final day of the tournament, Bang Shin-sil, who started the match jointly with Lee Da-yeon, jumped into the competition for the championship until the end. However, in a situation where Lee Da-yeon and Lee Da-yeon were tied for the lead, they collapsed with consecutive bogeys on the 15th and 16th holes, ending up in a tie for 4th place.

It was even more disappointing during the NH Investment & Securities Ladies Championship, which was in the second championship group. At the 17th hole, where he was leading by one stroke, his tee shot disappeared into the forest on the left, so he recorded a bogey, and also made a bogey at the 18th hole, finishing the tournament in a tie for 3rd place. On the other hand, Lim Jin-hee made consecutive birdies on the 17th and 18th holes and won the trophy.

Bang Sin-sil was frustrated by the two mistakes, but accumulated valuable experience that was more valuable than winning.

Bang Shin-sil, who held the joint lead in the second round of this tournament, said, “In the previous two championship matches, I lacked experience and felt psychological pressure.

It was not easy to get a birdie in the room, but it was never in a hurry. Bang Sin-sil, who was par for the 4 holes, caught his first birdie from a distance of 3.5m on the 5th hole (par 4).

Even after that, Buddy did not come to the room easily. The tedious march began again. Par scores were recorded on the card for as many as 10 holes, up to the 15th hole.안전놀이터

However, he pulled out the trump card he had hidden in the Hall of Chance. In the 16th hole, a downhill dogleg par 5 hole where he caught a birdie in both the first and second rounds, he hit a long shot of 292.2 yards, then sent his second shot near the green with a hybrid and caught a 50cm tap-in birdie.

With this second birdie, Bang Shin-sil, who was ahead by two strokes, safely passed the difficult 17th hole (par 4) with a par, then safely saved a par on the 18th hole (par 5) and confirmed the championship.

Seo Yeon-jung and Yoo Seo-yeon 2 tied for second place with a 7-under-par 209 strokes, and LPGA star Choi Hye-jin finished the tournament with a tie for 7th place (5-under par 211 strokes).

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