3 people including national representative Jang Yu-bin, tied for the lead in the 1R of the KPGA Golf Zone Open

Jang Yu-bin (21), who is challenging for the gold medal as a national representative of the Hangzhou Asian Games, took the joint lead on the second day of the Korea Professional Golf (KPGA) Korean Tour Golf Zone Open (total prize money of 700 million won).

In the second round of the tournament held at Jeju Golf Zone County Ora (par 72) on the 21st, Jang Yoo-bin tied 5 birdies and 2 bogeys and hit 3 under par 69.

Jang Yu-bin, who scored an interim total of 7 under par 137, placed her name at the top of the leaderboard along with Park Eun-shin (33, Hana Financial Group), Bae Yong-joon (23, CJ), and Lee Jae-won (25, BC Card).

Jang Yu-bin won the Korea Golf Association Jangbae Amateur Golf Championship in April last year and was selected as a national representative for the Hangzhou Asian Games.메이저놀이터

Last month, she also won the first round of the Srixon Tour (Part 2), and she continued her good shot sense on this day, raising expectations for victory.

Jang Yu-bin said after the match, “The difference between the first and second tours is the course setting. I’m used to playing at Golf Zone County Aura during my amateur days, but I’m nervous because the course setting is different.” I want to get good grades and aim for a championship.”

Park Eun-shin, who took the lead on the first day alone and kept the lead on the second day, said, “I will maintain the current atmosphere tomorrow to be in the lead.”

Cho Woo-young (24, Woori Financial Group), who was selected as a national representative along with Jang Yu-bin, reduced two strokes that day to tie for fifth place with a median total of 6 under par and 138 strokes.

Kang Gyeong-nam (40, Yooyoung Pharm), a veteran with 11 wins in his career, took the second round alone in second place, but ended up with a 2-over par and fell to a tie for ninth place (4 under par, 140 strokes).

Ko Gun-taek (24, Daebo Engineering & Construction), who is trying to win the championship for two weeks in a row, failed to exceed the expected cutoff standard (2 over par) with a 3-over par of 147 strokes.

Meanwhile, the second round was delayed due to fog, so some of the players could not finish the match.

The remainder of the second round will resume at 7:00 a.m. on the 22nd.

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