‘300 yard long hit star’ Bang Shin-sil, match play 2 wins in a row

Bang Shin-sil (19), who has emerged as a trending player on the KLPGA tour with her long hits exceeding 300 yards, won two consecutive victories at the Doosan Match Play Championship (total prize money of 900 million won).

Bang Shin-sil beat Lee Chae-eun (24) with a two-hole car in the second round of the group stage on the second day of the tournament held at Ladena GC (par 72, 6350 yards) in Chuncheon, Gangwon-do on the 18th. Bang Shin-sil, who had a come-from-behind victory over “defending champion” Hong Jeong-min (21) in the first game the previous day, won two consecutive victories and advanced to the round of 16. Only the first place in each group advances to the Round of 16.

Sinsil Bang secured 2 points to keep her top spot in her group. Hong Jeong-min, who defeated Seo Yeon-jeong (28) in the second game on the day, took second place with one point. Seo Yeon-jung and Lee Chae-eun, who each recorded 1 draw and 1 loss, were eliminated regardless of the outcome of the remaining matches. Bang Shin-sil will advance to the round of 16 on her own even if she draws in the third match.먹튀검증

Bang Shin-sil is a player who received a ‘conditional seed’ by placing 40th in the seeding match last year. In general, you need to finish in the top 20 to qualify for a ‘full seed’ to play in all competitions. Even under such circumstances, Bang Sin-sil has already earned more than 100 million won in prize money by participating in three regular tours this year and finishing in a tie for 3rd and 4th places. On top of that, he has a long shot that can hit 300 yards if he wants to, and he is monopolizing the spotlight.

On this day, Bang Shin-sil also faced Lee Chae-eun, sending more than 2 clubs ahead with a driver and seizing the victory early. In the 16th hole (par 3), when Lee Chae-eun grabbed a utility club, Bang Shin-sil grabbed an iron and set the ball on the green. Bang Sin-sil, who started at the 10th hole (par 4) and led the first half by one hole and turned the halfway point, recorded a ‘shot eagle’ at the 4th hole (par 4) and put a wedge in the game.

Lim Jin-hee (25), who is trying to win the championship for two weeks in a row following the NH Investment & Securities Championship last week, also defeated Seul-gi Jeong (28) by a two-hole car and won two consecutive victories in the group stage, making it possible to advance to the round of 16.

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