“If I win, I will 100% jump into the pond. ready.” Ko Jin-young (pictured), world No. 3 in women’s golf, who is challenging to win a major tournament for the first time in 4 years, showed her confidence after completing her preparations to become the ‘Lady of the Lake’.
At a press conference for the LPGA Tour Chevron Championship (total prize money of $5.1 million) held at The Club at Carleton Woods (par 72, 6824 yards) in Woodlands near Houston, Texas on the 20th, Ko Jin-young said, “Now I have to work with my body. the heart is perfect It’s not an easy course, but I’m ready to enjoy it and play,” she said.
In April 2019, at Mission Hills CC, California, held by ANA Inspiration, Jinyoung Ko won her first major championship in her life and jumped into her lake to enjoy her ceremony. Ko Jin-young, who said, “She sometimes looks back at the highlights at that time,” revealed her feelings first, saying, “I can’t believe that a lot of time has passed.”안전놀이터
She picked up her second major win that year at the Evian Championship, but Ko Jin-young has not added any more wins in a major since. “She hasn’t been comfortable playing on the course since 2019 when she changed her swing coach and a lot happened in her life,” she said. “But now I’m with my former coach and I’m happy that everything is going well,” she said. She is ready to play in the majors,” she said.
Jinyoung Ko made changes to her swing for her wrist pain that plagued him last year, she said. “It seems to have risen to about 80%. “I don’t have to worry about my wrists now,” he said. “I’ve been throwing throws for the past few years, but now I’m hitting straight or fade, so I can create more birdie opportunities.”
Koh Jin-young, who recovered her body through harsh winter training and changed her pitches and won the HSBC Women’s World Championship (Singapore) last month for the first time in a year, said, “I’m playing a little more aggressively this year, but not every hole.” “This course is very long. In particular, there are many long holes in the beginning, and some par 3 holes are quite long.”
“It’s windy here compared to Mission Hills, and the grass is different. There is no bridge on the 18th hole that everyone misses,” said Ko Jin-young, who recalled the winning course four years ago. On the Bermuda Turf, I won the CME Group Championship or the Singapore Tournament, so there is no problem.”