“Last year was really hard both mentally and golf. So I am grateful for finishing even better, and there was nothing to be regretted about
” Ko Jin-young (28), who finished the tour Honda LPGA Thailand, showed a satisfactory response to her play. Finishing in a tie for 6th on a total of 16 under par while recording 8 birdies with no bogey in the final round, he finished his first contest of the season in the top 10. Above all, it was more meaningful in that it showed the possibility of getting rid of the disappointment that had been sluggish since the HSBC Women’s World Championship in March last year.
Ko Jin-young was also satisfied with recording under par all four days. He said, “I think it’s been a few months since I hit under par all four days. To be honest, I think it’s been over five months. That’s why I feel like crying.” “I want to do my best in the remaining competitions.” As Ko Jin-young said, last winter, he prepared for the new season by silently practicing and training without revealing too much. He seemed to focus more on the shot he wanted to take than his performance ahead of this tournament. As usual, he said, “If the shot goes well, the performance will naturally follow”, and he showed a satisfactory play for the first time in a long time in this tournament. 토토사이트
Ko Jin-young predicted that the confidence in this tournament would have a good effect on future play. He said, “It’s been a while since I’ve hit a lot of under par, so I’m feeling really good right now. I think I can spend this year with better results if I make up for the parts that were a little disappointing.” She will immediately go to the HSBC Women’s World Championship, the third tournament of the LPGA tour season that opens this week. This is the tournament Ko Jin-young won last year. Attention is focusing on whether he will be able to continue the opportunity he has worked hard to create in the ‘Defending Champion’ competition.
Based on her experience, Ko Jin-young also expressed her determination to participate in the HSBC Women’s World Championship. He said, “A year has already passed. The feeling is new. When I always hold a tournament as a defender, I think I put more effort into wanting to do a little better. I wonder if it will influence me,” he said.