Shin Ji-eun tied for 6th in the Honda Thailand 1R… One stroke from the lead

Shin Ji-eun (31), who has been challenging her second championship on the LPGA Tour for a long time, has prepared a good foothold to reach the top.

On the 23rd, at Siam Country Club Pattaya Old Course (par 72, 6,576 yards) near Pattaya, Thailand, on the first day of the Honda LPGA Thailand (total prize money: $1.7 million), Shin Ji-eun narrowed down 6 birdies with clean play without a look.

Shin Ji-eun, who recorded a 6-under-par 66, was tied for 6th place, one stroke behind the lead of five players. This is the highest position among the 12 Korean players who participated in this tournament.

Shin Ji-eun, who played alongside Annarin (27) and Chanetti Wannasan (Thailand), signaled a birdie on the 10th hole (par 5), the first hole, on the 14th (par 4), 16th (par 3), and 18th (par). 5) Added a hole birdie.

Shin Ji-eun, who showed steady green play and raised her ranking to the top of the 4-under-par in the first half, caught a birdie in a row up to the 1st hole (par 5) and added a birdie to the 7th hole (par 5).

He recorded 11 of 14 fairway hits, 14 green hits, and 26 putts. 슬롯사이트

Shin Ji-eun, who entered the LPGA Tour in 2011 and is in her 13th year this year, achieved one victory in the Volunteers of America Texas Shootout in May 2016.

In addition, Shin Ji-eun has a good memory of being ranked 4th alone in the Honda LPGA Thailand in 2019, and then tied for 69th in 2021 and did not participate last year.

Last week, she opened this season with a tie for 40th at the European Women’s Professional Golf Tour (LET) Saudi Ladies International.

Meanwhile, 2014 winner Anna Nordqvist (Sweden), Hataoka Nasa (Japan), Linshiyu (China), Jennifer Cupcho (USA), and Jarabi Bunchant (Thailand) shared the top spot on the leaderboard on the first day. did.

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