On the first day of the Korea Professional Golf (KPGA) Korean Tour Golf Zone Open (total prize money of 700 million won), Park Eun-shin scored two eagles and took the sole lead.

In the first round of the tournament held at Jeju Golfzon County Ora (par 72) on the 20th, Park Eun-shin drove 2 eagles and 5 birdies and blocked 1 bogey, hitting 8 under par 64.

Park Eun-shin, who took the lead alone, laid the foundation for her third career victory five months after winning the Golfzon and Toray Open in November last year.

Park Eun-shin’s 64 strokes that day tied the Jeju Golf Zone County Ora course record. It is the second time since Kim Do-hoon hit 64 in the first round of the 2006 Pocari Sweat Open.토토사이트

On this day, Park Eun-shin fired a spirited shot.

Park Eun-shin, who started the game on the 10th hole, put the ball on the green with her second shot from the 11th hole (par 5) 253 yards away, then put a 5m eagle putt to gain momentum from the beginning.

Park Eun-shin, who reduced 4 strokes in the first 4 holes with consecutive birdies on holes 12 (par 3) and 13 (par 4), lost 1 stroke on hole 16 (par 4) after the birdie on hole 15 (par 5) to break the brakes. seemed to take

Park Eun-shin, who was unable to reduce the number of strokes in 5 consecutive holes, exploded again in the 4th hole (par 5).

He accurately landed a 302-yard tee shot on the fairway, then attacked the green from a distance of 241 yards and landed the ball 3m behind the pin.

Park Eun-shin, who calmly put an eagle putt, culminated with consecutive birdies on the 5th (par 4) and 6th holes (par 5).

Park Eun-shin said, “I was in good condition and the weather was fine to play. It was a day where everything went well.”

Following his first win in his life at Descente Korea Munsingwear Match Play in May of last year, he has reached two wins at the Golf Zone and Toray Open.

At the DB Insurance Promy Open, the season opener that ended on the 9th, he tied for 6th and showed a stable shot sense for two weeks in a row.

Kang Kyung-nam, a veteran with 11 wins on the KPGA Korean Tour, hit a 6-under-par 66, chasing Park Eun-shin by two strokes.

Kang Kyung-nam will challenge his 12th championship in two years after winning the 2021 Electronic Times Biz Play Open.

Korean-Canadian Shin Yong-gu, who won his first championship at the Woosung Construction Open last year, and Han Seung-soo, a Korean-American who reached the top at the 2020 LG Signature Players Championship, tied for third place with a 5 under par 67.

Seo Yo-seop, who finished third after missing the wire-to-wire championship at the opening DB Insurance Promy Open, last year’s rookie of the year Bae Yong-joon, and amateur national players Cho Woo-young and Jang Yu-bin, who will compete in the Hangzhou Asian Games, recorded 4 under par 68 strokes.

Go Gun-taek, the DB Insurance Promy Open champion who is challenging for two weeks in a row in his hometown, finished the first round with a 2 under par 70 strokes.

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