Park Eun-shin, Golf Zone Open 2R over par… Dongta with Jang Yubin, Lee Jaewon, and Bae Yongjun

 Park Eun-shin missed the sole lead the next day after the Korea Professional Golf (KPGA) Korean Tour Golf Zone Open (total prize money of 700 million won).

In the second round of the tournament held on the 21st at Jeju Golfzon County Ora (par 72), Park Eun-shin hit a 1-over par 73 with 1 birdie and 2 bogeys.

Park Eun-shin, who failed to maintain her 8-under-par momentum the previous day, allowed her competitors to tie with an intermediate total of 7-under-par 137 strokes.먹튀검증

In the first round, Park Eun-shin tied the course record with 2 eagles, 5 birdies and 1 bogey, setting a 64 strokes.

However, on this day, he continued his par march to the 10th hole, and then exchanged birdies and bogeys at the 11th hole (par 5) and 12th hole (par 3). Afterwards, he missed the sole lead by writing down a bogey on the 17th hole (par 3).

However, as the game is suspended at sunset with 37 players unable to finish, the ranking may change depending on the remaining games.

Park Eun-shin said, “Overall, today’s play did not go well,” and regretted, “I tried to hit the last hole quickly so as not to play the rest of the game tomorrow, but I was too busy and lost my concentration.”

On the other hand, Jang Yu-bin, Lee Jae-won, and Bae Yong-joon, who were tied for 5th place in the first round, cut 3 strokes each to become the joint leader, rising 4 places.

Jang Yu-bin and Lee Jae-won hit 5 birdies and 2 bogeys, and Bae Yong-jun recorded 4 birdies and 1 bogey.

After the game, Jang Yu-bin said, “I was able to get off to a good start by catching a birdie from the 10th hole (par 4), the first hole.” showed high ambition.

Lee Jae-won, who entered the KPGA Korean Tour as a rookie this year, expressed his aspirations, saying, “I am aiming to pass the cut in every tournament this season,” but “I am confident because I have experience as an amateur at Golfzon County Ora. I want to aim for the top 10.”

He continued, “He wants to receive the Castelbajak Rookie Award, which as a rookie can only receive once in his lifetime.”

Kim Min-jun, who was 1 under par the day before, made 7 birdies and 2 bogeys for a median total of 6 under par, 138 strokes. He moved up the rankings by 37 places and tied for 5th place with Kim Jun-seong and Jo Woo-young.

On the other hand, Go Gun-taek, the DB Insurance Promy Open champion who challenged to win for two weeks in a row in his hometown, failed to exceed the expected cutoff standard (2-over par) with a 3-over par of 147 strokes.

The match started two hours later than originally scheduled at 6:50 a.m. due to fog.

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