Shin Ji-ae leads the opening game in Japan by 2 strokes… 63 professional wins in front

Shin Ji-ae (35) took the lead in the moving day of the Daikin Orchid Ladies Tournament (total prize money of 120 million yen), the opening day of the JLPGA Tour.

In the third round of the tournament held at the Ryukyu Golf Club (par 72) in Okinawa Prefecture, Japan on the 4th, Shin Ji-ae shot a 7-under-par 65 and took the lead with a median total of 9-under-par 207, two strokes ahead of second place Nanako Ueno (Japan). .

Shin Ji-ae, who achieved her professional career of 62 wins (63 wins including 1 amateur win) by winning the Australian women’s professional golf Victoria Open last month, is on the verge of winning 63 in this tournament. If she wins, she will rewrite her own record for the most wins by a Korean player in about three weeks. She has 26 wins on the JLPGA tour alone.

Shin Ji-ae, who prepared for her opener in Japan after finishing training in Australia right after her win, got off to a slow start as she only finished 1 over par on her first day. However, on the second day, she shot a 3-under-par 69, setting the stage for her leap to the top. 온라인바카라

The highlight of the match was an eagle on the last 18th hole.

With 223 yards left, the ball she hit with her 3-wood stopped at the 2.1m mark of the hole, and she putt an eagle to end the game by reducing two strokes at once.

“My second shot on the 18th hole had good wind and shot angles,” said Jiae Shin. “I always did my best, so I have no regrets even if I don’t win.”

Shin Ji-ae kicks off her final four-round match in her champion group at 9:40 a.m. on the 5th.

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