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Lee Jung-min won the KLPGA Vietnam Tournament

‘Veteran’ Lee Jung-min achieved his 10th career victory.

Jung-min Lee made 4 birdies and 3 bogeys in the final round of the 2023 Korean Women’s Professional Golf (KLPGA) Tour PLK Pacific Rings Korea Championship (total prize money of 700 million won) held at the Twin Doves Golf Club (par 72) in Binh Duong Province, northern Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam on the 18th. He shot a 1-under 71 with a dog. Lee Jung-min, who started with a tie for second place on the final day by one stroke, recorded a final total of 9 under par 207 strokes in the third round, beating Choi Ye-rim, who placed second in 6 under par, by three strokes and won the come-from-behind championship. Lee Jung-min became the champion in a year and two months after winning the Dongbu Construction and Korea Land Trust Championship in October of last year, and received 126 million won in prize money. 토토사이트

Lee Jung-min is the 14th and the 8th active player to record a double-digit multiplier in his personal career on the KLPGA Tour. Lee Jung-min had a sluggish season this year, finishing in the top 10 only once. However, with the victory on the day, the regret was washed away at once. In particular, on this day, unlike the first and second rounds, only four players, including Lee Jung-min, recorded under par due to strong winds. It was such a difficult course. However, the heat and strong winds of Vietnam were not a big obstacle for Lee Jung-min. Until the 13th hole, Lee Jung-min managed a perfect game with 11 under par. Lee Jung-min, with accurate iron shots, won comfortably with a generous score.

Meanwhile, Choi Ye-rim, who has only been runner-up four times since her professional debut, missed the opportunity to win this tournament as well. Choi Ye-rim lost 3 strokes with 1 birdie and 4 bogeys, and had to be satisfied with the runner-up with a final total of 6 under par 210 strokes. On this day, Seo Jin-jin, the only one who cut 2 strokes, took 3rd place at 5 under par. Ko Ji-woo collapsed with a quadruple bogey in the last 18 holes and lost a whopping 5 strokes on the day and fell to 7th place with a 3-under par.