Park Hyun-kyung (23) aims to win the Doosan Match Play Championship (total prize money of 900 million won).
Park Hyun-kyung beat Roh Seung-hee (22) 2&1 (2 holes left, 1 hole left) in the quarterfinals of the Korea Women’s Professional Golf (KLPGA) Tour Doosan Match Play Championship held at Ladena Golf Club (par 72) in Chuncheon, Gangwon-do on the 20th.
Park Hyeon-gyeong,토스카지노 who advanced to the semifinals, will face Na Hee-won (29) on the 21st in the semifinals. If she even defeats Na Hee-won, she will face off in the final with the winner among Hong Jung-min (21) and Seong Yu-jin (23).
Park Hyun-kyung’s momentum is not easy in this tournament. Park Hyun-kyung, who won all three group matches, defeated Park Ji-young (27), who was a leading candidate for the championship, 2 & 1 in the round of 16, and also defeated Noh Seung-hee in the quarterfinals held immediately.
Park Hyun-kyung, who made her first appearance in her match play in 2021, has a record of 10 wins, 1 draw and 2 losses so far. Showing a strong side in her match play, he will challenge for her first win of the season and her 4th win on the KLPGA Tour.
Park Hyun-kyung said, “Actually, I don’t know what I was thinking, but I made a reservation for the accommodation until the weekend. I thought I’d do my best to hit it until Sunday because I couldn’t get a refund, so it was a waste of money. It’s really nice to be able to hit it until Sunday.”
Regarding his 5 consecutive victories, he recalled, “From the first round of the group stage to the round of 16, my shot and putt feel were not bad overall. However, in the quarterfinals, my putts were not good.
“It was really hard when the round of 16 was over. But rather, it was fine while playing the quarterfinals. After hitting the second shot on the 17th hole, I asked my caddy, ‘Why isn’t it so hard?’. In the afternoon, as the weather got cooler, I think it was difficult. I’m glad I didn’t have any physical problems more than I thought.”
Adding 2 wins is a win. Hyunkyung Park said, “Match play requires both luck and relativity, so I think I can rather put it down and play.