I kept my pride… Women’s golf, complete victory over Korea and Japan in national competition

The Korean women’s national team, which failed to advance to the semifinals in the women’s national golf competition Hanwha Life Plus International Crown (winner’s prize money of 500,000 dollars), took comfort by winning the final match against Japan in the preliminaries.

Korea won both games against Japan on the third day of the tournament held at TPC Harding Park (par 72) in San Francisco, California on the 7th (Korean time).

Despite the victory, Korea failed to advance to the semifinals as it lost against Australia and Thailand earlier in the match and was confirmed to be third in Group B. Korea recorded 2 wins, 4 losses and 2 points, falling behind 2nd place Australia (3.5 points).

As a result, Group 1 ranked Thailand and 2 ranked Australia advance to the semifinals to face Group A 1 ranked Sweden and 2 ranked USA. Thailand will face 카지노사이트 the United States and Australia against Sweden.

Choi Hye-jin and Jeon In-ji won Japan Hataoka Nasa-Ayaka Furue by three holes. Ko Jin-young and Kim Hyo-joo also defeated Yuka Saso and Hinako Shibuno by a three-hole lead.

Korea, which participated as the champion of the previous tournament, failed to advance to the semifinals despite the victory that day, and had to pack its bags. Korea tied for third place in the first tournament in 2014, followed by runner-up in 2016 and championship in 2018. Korea aimed for a second straight victory in this tournament, but lost to Thailand and Australia.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *