Park Bo-gyeom enjoyed the joy of winning the first regular tour with a hole-in-one at the Kyochon 1991 Ladies Open (total prize money of 800 million won) on the KLPGA tour.
Park Bo-gyeom tied an eagle, 4 birdies, and 2 bogeys in the second round on the last day of the tournament held at Busan Asiad Country Club (par 72, 6,565 yards) on the 7th and hit 4 under par 68.
Park Bo-gyeom, who recorded a final total of 7 under par 137 strokes, won the championship by 3 strokes from a tie for 2nd place (4 under par 140 strokes).
This is the first win for Park Bo-gyeom, who debuted on the regular tour in 2021. The prize money is 144 million won.
Previously, he had one win in 2020 only on the Dream Tour, the second part of the KLPGA tour.
This tournament was scheduled to be held as a 54-hole tournament from the 5th to the 7th, but bad weather from the first day hindered the progress of the tournament. .
Park Bo-gyeom, who was tied for second place with a 3-under-par 69 in the first round, one stroke behind the leader Kim Woo-jung, traded a bogey with a birdie in the beginning of the second round, which started at the 10th hole, and was unable to reduce the number of strokes, and then made a hole-in-one at the 16th hole (par 3, 153 yards) Thanks to this, he joined the competition for the championship in earnest.
A tee shot with an 8-iron rolled in about 5m, reducing two strokes at once to rise to the lead.
Afterwards, Park Bo-gyeom reduced one more stroke in the 3rd hole (par 3) and pulled out consecutive birdies on the 5th and 6th holes, leading the 2nd place group by 5 strokes at one time and seizing the victory early.
He wrote down his only bogey on hole 7 (par 4), but finished as the clubhouse leader, he waited for a long time until the other players finished the game and was able to enjoy the joy of winning.먹튀검증
Park Bo-gyeom was named as the winner of the 7th hole-in-one event on the KLPGA tour. It is the 5th based on the final round hole-in-one. He also took care of a luxury bed worth 50 million won due to a hole-in-one injury.
After last season, he was pushed to 33rd place in the regular tour seeding match and was only able to participate in some competitions this season, but with this victory, he also left a harvest of securing seeds until the 2025 season.
Park Bo-gyeom said, “It’s surprising because it’s an unexpected win, but I’m really happy. It was a situation where I had to do the dream tour at the same time, and I’m grateful that I can play comfortably from next week.”
“I was upset that my iron shot didn’t go well in the last tournament, so I practiced a lot, but this week’s practice turned out well,” he said. I said ‘it’s the same’, but I was really confused when it came out.”
Park Bo-gyeom added, “Since I’m no longer worried about Sid, I think I’ll be able to play the game I wanted to play more boldly.”
Kim Woo-jeong, who was the leader in the first round, failed to reduce the number of strokes in the second round and had to be content with finishing in a tie for second place with Ahn Seon-joo, Hong Jung-min, Hwang Jung-mi, and Moon Jung-min.
Park Ji-young, Lee Ye-won, and Park Gyeol were tied for 12th place (1 under par, 143 strokes), and Kim Hae-rim, who achieved three consecutive wins in this tournament from 2016 to 2018, tied with Ahn So-hyun and Seong Yu-jin for 40th place (2 over par, 146 strokes).
Meanwhile, different winners came out on the KLPGA Tour, which had a total of seven tournaments in the 2023 season, starting with two tournaments held overseas in December of last year, including Park Bo-gyeom in this tournament.
The KLPGA tour continues with the NH Investment & Securities Ladies Championship (total prize money of 800 million won) held at Suwon Country Club in Yongin, Gyeonggi-do for three days from the 12th.