U.S. Women’s Professional Golf (LPGA) Tour rookie Hae-Ran Yoo aimed for a come-from-behind victory by jumping to a tie for second place in the third round of the JM Eagle LA Championship (total prize money of $3 million).

In the third round of the tournament held at the Wilshire Country Club (par 71, 6,258 yards) in Los Angeles, California, USA on the 30th (Korean time), Yoo Hae-ran tied 6 birdies and 2 bogeys and hit 4 under par 67.

Yu Hae-ran, who recorded an interim total of 7 under par 206, was tied for second place with Hannah Green (Australia).

It is two strokes behind the sole leader Cheyenne Knight (USA, 9 under par 204 strokes), and is in a position where he can also aim for a come-from-behind victory on the last day.

Yoo Hae-ran, who has won 5 times on the Korean Women’s Professional Golf (KLPGA) tour, is a rookie who debuted on the LPGA tour this year by passing the qualifying series in December last year in first place.

Considered a strong candidate for the rookie of the year even before her debut, she participated in four LPGA tour events this season and tied for 7th at the Drive-On Championship, her debut match last month, is her best result so far.

In this tournament, he started with a tie for 7th place, tied for 8th place in the second round, and raised his ranking further in the third round.

Yoo Hae-ran, who started happily with a birdie from hole 1 (par 4), wrote down his first bogey on hole 3 (par 4), but reduced one stroke each on holes 7 (par 3) and 9 (par 4).

Bogey came out again on hole 11 (par 4), but Yoo Hae-ran, who rebounded with consecutive birdies on holes 13 and 14, pulled out a thrilling chip birdie on hole 16 (par 4) and continued the good flow until the end.

On this day, Yoo Hae-ran missed the fairway only once, and the green hit rate was 67.7% (12/18). The number of putts, which had risen to 29 in the second round, was reduced to 26.크크크벳

Knight, who won one win at the Volunteers of America Classic in October 2019, reduced 4 strokes with one eagle and two birdies without bogey that day, leaping from second place the previous day to sole leader.

Gemma Driver (Scotland) finished in 4th place (6 under par, 207 strokes), and Aditi Ashok (India), who was the leader in the second round, lost one stroke and was pushed back to a tie for 5th place (5 under par, 208 strokes).

AnnaLin reduced 3 strokes on the day to be tied for 7th place (4 under par, 209 strokes) with Alison Lee (USA), and Nellie Korda (USA), tied for 12th place (3 under par 210 strokes) in the world rankings, finished the third round. finished

Kim Hyo-joo tied for 24th (1 under par, 212 strokes), Kim In-kyung, Ji Eun-hee, and Lee Min-ji (Australia) tied for 31st (even par 213 strokes), Choi Hye-jin and Daniel Kang (USA) tied for 39th (1 over par, 214 strokes) all.

Ko Jin-young, who is ranked third in the world, made only one birdie that day, made five bogeys, lost four strokes, and slipped to a tie for 53rd place (2 over par, 215 strokes).

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