After adjusting to the jet lag, I started to feel excited. ‘Jenny Shin’ Shin Ji-eun showed flawless play in the second round of the LPGA Tour Portland Classic, significantly raising her ranking.
In the second round of the tournament held at Columbia Edgewater Country Club (par 72) in Portland, Oregon, USA on the 2nd, Shin Ji-eun played a near-perfect game, making 6 birdies and no bogeys, and recorded a total of 7 under par in the first and second rounds, tying for 25th place. It went up. On the first day of the competition, he recorded 1 under par and finished in a tie for 54th place, but he significantly improved his ranking in the second round and was able to aim for a comeback victory. He is 7 strokes behind sole leader Perrin Delacour (France, 14 under par).
The reason Shin Ji-eun was able to perform well that day was because he regained his condition. Shin Ji-eun had difficulty adjusting to jet lag as she returned to the U.S. immediately after participating in the Hanwha Classic on the KLPGA Tour held in Korea last week.
Shin Ji-eun, who finished the second round, said, “Today was the first time I had to adjust to jet lag. After attending a sponsored competition held in Korea, I couldn’t sleep well for three days because I couldn’t adjust to jet lag. Yesterday was so difficult that I barely finished the round, but today was. “I think I hit well while concentrating in good condition,” he said.메이저사이트
Regarding the no-bogey play that day, “The putt was really important on the 1st hole, but it went well and recorded a birdie, and I chipped into the bunker on the par 3 2nd hole. I thought there was a good sign there, so I decided to work hard.” “I think I got good results when I played the game,” he explained.
Shin Ji-eun, who has not been associated with a championship for about 7 years since her first win at the America Texas Shootout in 2016, said, “My tee shot and putt have improved compared to last year, and my confidence has improved a lot. I am hoping for good results in the second half of the year. “I will do it,” he said, predicting his performance for the remainder of the season.