The Korean women’s golf team, which competed in the women’s national competition, failed to advance to the semifinals, but finished the tournament with last pride in the Korea-Japan competition.
On the 7th (Korean time), Korea held the Hanwha Life Plus International Crown (total prize money of 2 million dollars) held at TPC Harding Park (par 72) in San Francisco, California, USA. The method of adopting a better performance as a team score) won 2 wins against Japan in the game.
‘Same age’ Ko Jin-young (28, Solaire) – Kim Hyo-joo (28, Lotte) team won by 3 holes leaving 2 holes to Yuka Saso – Shibuno Hinako, and Jeon In-ji (29, KB Financial Group) – Choi Hye-jin ( 24·Lotte) Joe Hataoka Nasa-Furue Ayaka won a complete victory by 3 holes to the 17th hole.
As a result, Korea recorded 2 points with 2 wins in the group stage against Australia, Thailand and Japan, finishing the tournament in 3rd place in Group B, following Thailand (6 points) and Australia (3.5 points). Japan ranked last with 0.5 points.
In the International Crown, a women’s golf national competition founded in 2014, Korea won the previous tournament in 2018 when it was the host country, so this was a challenge to win the tournament for the second time in a row. The Korean team lost to Australia and Thailand in the first and second group matches, respectively.온라인카지노
Korea, the United States, Japan, Sweden, England, Thailand, Australia, and China competed in this tournament and were divided into Groups A and B to play the group stage.
In the semi-finals, Sweden took first place with 5.5 points in Group A, and faced Australia in the semi-finals. Thailand, which ranked first in Group B with six victories, will face off against the United States, the winner of the second tournament in 2016, to advance to the final.