There were no mistakes three times… E1 Charity winner ’19-year-old long-hitter’ stands out as a ‘special star’ in the broadcast room

After challenging to win the championship in the ‘Samsepan’ championship group, 19-year-old long hitter Bang Shin-sil finally achieved his dream of a first career victory.

In the final three rounds of the E1 Charity Open at Seongmunan CC (Par 72) in Wonju, Gangwon-do, South Korea, the 19-year-old birdied two bogeys and shot a 2-under-par 70 for a 9-under-par 207 total. After tying for the lead in the first round, Bang held on to the lead in the second round to complete a wire-to-wire victory.

As a ’40 seed’, Bang was only able to compete in select tournaments, but with this win, he is now fully seeded and can compete in any tournament he wants. His records will also be officially recognized and he will be ranked first in longest drive and second in greens in regulation. Currently, Bangsinsil averages 264.57 yards, which is 메이저놀이터 good enough for first place in driving distance, but is not officially recognized due to his low number of tournaments.

Although this is only his fifth tournament, Bang has already been so dominant that he is playing in his third championship group. However, he’s had a “double whammy” of coming close to winning and falling short.

Kris F&C at the 45th KLPGA Championship for the first time.

On the final day of the tournament, she was tied for the lead with Lee Da-yeon and was in contention for the title until the end. However, she bogeyed the 15th and 16th holes to finish tied for fourth, while Lee made three consecutive birdies from the 15th hole to win the title.

The second championship group, the NH Investment & Securities Ladies Championship, was even more disappointing. She had a one-stroke lead at the 17th hole, but her tee shot disappeared into the woods on the left and she bogeyed the 18th hole to finish tied for third. Lim, on the other hand, birdied the 17th and 18th holes to win the tournament.

The two bogeys set her back, but she gained valuable experience that was more valuable than the win.

“In the previous two Champions Group matches, I lacked experience and felt psychological pressure,” said Bang, who was tied for the lead in the second round, “but I was determined not to let the opportunity pass me by.”

That determination paid off.

The birdies didn’t come easily for Bangsinsil, but he was never in a hurry. After four holes of par, he made his first birdie on the fifth (par-4) from 3.5 meters.

After that, birdies didn’t come easily. The tedious par streak began again. By the 15th hole, I had 10 pars on the card.

But on the 15th hole, I pulled out my trump card. On No. 16, a downhill dogleg par-5 that he had birdied in both rounds, he hit a long 292.2-yard shot with a hybrid, then hit his second shot near the green for a 50-centimeter tap-in birdie.

The second birdie gave her a two-stroke lead, and she birdied the difficult 17th (par-4) before saving par on the 18th (par-5) to seal the win.

Seo Yeon-jeong and Yoo Seo-yeon2 tied for second at 7-under 209, while LPGA star Choi Hye-jin finished tied for seventh at 5-under 211.