Sung lost 5 strokes in first half of 4R… ‘lucky win’ due to rain cancellation

For some, the rain was a blessing in disguise, and for others, it was a curse.

Sung Yoo-jin (23) secured her second win of the season thanks to the rain, while Kim Jae-hee (22) missed out on her first professional victory due to the rain.
The fourth round of the Korea Ladies Professional Golf Association (KLPGA) Tour’s S-Oil Championship (total prize money of 900 million won) at Elysian Jeju Country Club (Par 72) in Jeju City on Friday was suspended twice due to heavy rain.

After a meeting, the organizing committee decided that it was no longer possible to play the round, so the final round was canceled and the tournament was reduced to three rounds of 54 holes of stroke play.
Sung Yoo-jin Sung (12-under par 204), the leader after three rounds, was declared the winner.

Sung was five strokes out of the top 10 by the 10th hole in the fourth round, but the final round was scratched due to rain and she went on to win the $162,000 first prize. 카지노사이트777

Her second win of the season and third of her career.
After receiving the news of her victory, Sung Yoo-jin said, “I was feeling so bad today, but I was so lucky that the heavens gave me a gift.

I feel sorry for the other players,” he said, adding, “This victory made me realize that golf is a game where you can’t give up because you made a mistake, and it made me feel more confident.”
Kim Jae-hee, on the other hand, had to swallow her disappointment after cutting three strokes off her lead midway through the fourth round.

Kim was tied for second (11-under 205) with Lee Ye-won (20) after three rounds.

Kim, who was looking for her first win since making her tour debut in 2021, had to settle for second place (85.5 million won each) while cursing the heavens.

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