Ko Jin-young challenges to win the LPGA Tour CPKC Open in 4 years

Ko Jin-young challenges to win the LPGA Tour CPKC Open in 4 years

Jin-young Ko, who has fallen from No. 1 to No. 4 in the world rankings in the past month, is set to recover his honor at the LPGA Tour.

Ko Jin-young will participate in the LPGA Tour CPKC Women’s Open (total prize money ($ 2.5 million)) held at Shonessee Golf and Country Club (par 72) in Vancouver, Canada for four days from the 24th (Korean time). It is Ko Jin-young who is in a slump


After finishing in a tie for 26th, she slowed down with a tie for 20th at the Amundi Evian Championship last month and a tie for 30th at the AIG Women’s Open earlier this month.In the meantime, she briefly returned to Korea to메이저사이트

compete in the Korea Women’s Professional Golf (KLPGA) tour, but left her shoulder in the second round. He also withdrew on the way.

The world ranking also fell 3 places in a month to 4th place as of the 21st.

In the end, Jin-young Ko did not participate in the ISPS Handa World Invitational last week and focused on recovery.

The CPKC Women’s Open has good memories for Jin-young Ko . It is a tournament. In the last 2019 tournament held at Magna Golf Killup (par 72) in Aurora, Ontario, Canada, he won the ‘no-bogey championship’.

[Seoul=Newsis] Correspondent Jo Soo-jeong = Jin-young Ko is ironing the 3rd hole during the 1R of the ’10th Jeju Samdasoo Masters’ held at Jeju Hallim Blackstone Jeju CC on the 3rd. (Photo = provided by KLPGA) 2023.08.03. photo@newsis.com *Resale and DB prohibited
At the time, Ko Jin-young, who scored 262 strokes at 26 under par, recorded the lowest score in his personal career in the 72-hole tournament and the lowest score in this tournament at the same time.

In addition, a Korean player has all the lowest score records from the 18th hole to the 36th hole and the 54th hole of this tournament.

Kim Song-hee shot 9-under-par 62 in the second round in 2009, tied for first place in 18 holes, and Anna Lin held the 36-hole record by swinging 13-under 129 until the second round last year.

The 54-hole record was Ryu So-yeon, who hit 20 under par 196 until the third round of the 2014 tournament.

This year, along with Ko Jin-young, 14 Korean players, including Kim Hyo-joo, Park Seong-hyeon, Jeon In-ji, Anna-rin, and Lee Jeong-eun, will participate.

Lilia Vu, Nellie Corda (above USA), and Celine Boutier (France), who are ranked 1st to 3rd in the world, will also challenge for the championship.

‘Defending champion’ Paula Leto (South Africa) will defend her title.

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