Finished in a tie for 5th place in the LPGA BMW Ladies Championship.
3 wins in Australia and Japan this year. 64 wins in career as a professional.
“When I come to Korea, I gain strength from the enthusiastic support of the fans.” She
plans to move to Japan and participate in 4 tournaments in a row.

“I will work hard to achieve 65 or 66 wins faster.”

Ji-ae Shin (35), who is continuing her record-breaking 64 wins in her professional career, is still thirsty for a win, she said.

Ji-ae Shin shot 3 under par 69 on the last day of the LPGA Tour BMW Ladies Championship (total prize money of $2.2 million) held at Seowon Hills Course (par 72) at Seowon Valley Country Club in Paju, Gyeonggi-do on the 22nd, with a final total of 12 under par 276. Jeong-eun Lee, Ataya Titikkun (Thailand), Celine Boutier (France), and Jody Iwat Shedoff (England) tied for 5th place.

Shin Ji-ae, who added three wins on the Australian and Japanese Women’s Professional Golf (JLPGA) tours this year, achieved 64 wins in her professional career, one win away from 65 wins. Shin Ji-ae, who competed in a competition held in Korea for the first time in a long time, was tied for 7th place, 3 strokes behind the leader through the 3rd round, raising expectations of her comeback win that day.

Contrary to her expectations, the feeling of shooting did not heat up in the early part of the game. Shin Ji-ae, who had one birdie through the 5th hole, cooled off her hot shots as she made back-to-back bogeys on the 6th and 7th holes. She then made a birdie on the 8th hole (par 5), but the gap with the leading group widened and she fell back in the championship race. Shin Ji-ae, who had fallen out of the top 10 after failing to reduce her strokes until the 12th hole, moved back up the rankings in the final minutes of the match. Shin Ji-ae, who had birdies and bogeys on the 13th and 14th holes, made three consecutive birdies from the 15th to the 17th holes to enter the top five.

Ji-ae Shin said, “She had a difficult start to the game, but still played well in the second half. As a player, it would have been better if she had won, but I am still satisfied that she played a good game.” I saw.

After finishing her competition, Shin Ji-ae rests for a day and then travels to Japan on the 23rd to hunt for her win again.

Ji-ae Shin said, “When I come to Korea and play, I feel energized by the passionate support of the fans. I feel like I am receiving good energy, which gives me strength. If I get the chance, I want to come to Korea and play more.” I looked forward to meeting you. “She travels to Japan tomorrow to prepare for the following tournament,” she continued. “I wish she had won 65 games in Korea, but it’s a shame she didn’t. However, she pledged, “I will work hard to quickly achieve 65 and 66 wins and even 70 and 71 wins during the remaining season.”

Ji-ae Shin, who completed four days of competition, did not forget to meet the fans who cheered her on throughout her competition. She finished the competition by running to the fans waiting in front of the clubhouse, signing autographs, and taking pictures with them.

Shin Ji-ae, who was ranked 16th in the world as of the 22nd,짱구카지노 finished the tournament in a tie for 5th place, increasing her chances of entering the top 15 in the world rankings scheduled to be announced on the 24th.

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