As long as the ball doesn’t die, I can make par anywhere .”One of the most prominent rookies to make her debut on the Korean Ladies Professional Golf (KLPGA) Tour this year, Hwang Yoo-min is diminutive in stature, but she hits the ball long enough to rank third in longest drive (258.99 yards average).But it’s not his long game that Hwang touts as his strength, it’s his short game .On the 18th hole (par-4) of the first round of the KLPGA Tour’s Doosan E&C Weave Championship at Teddy Valley Golf & Resort (par-72) in Seogwipo City, Jeju Island, on Nov. 11, she showed off her long game .Her tee shot veered left and hit the cart path before heading into the woods .Luckily, the ball didn’t go into the trees, but the trees caught his backswing and blocked his view of the pin, making a direct approach impossible. Hwang hit a low, rolling ball that ended up in a bunker next to the green. The ball almost went into the hole, and he made par .Applause erupted for the close call.” When I hit my second shot, the best case scenario was that the ball would roll onto the green, but based on the direction and trajectory, I expected it to go into the bunker,” said Hwang. “There was plenty of room between the bunker and the pin, so saving par from the bunker didn’t seem too difficult .”Hwang carded six birdies, including three straight on the day, to go with two bogeys for a 4-under 68.In a tie for sixth place, just two strokes behind co-leaders Lee So-young and Jeon Ye-sung, Hwang set herself up for a second title after winning the Daewoo Women’s Open .”I had a lot of shaky shots in the last tournament, so I prepared a lot to play better this time around,” said Hwang, who finished as the runner-up by one stroke at the Jeju Samdasu Masters on June 6. “I’m happy with my score, but I’m disappointed that I couldn’t cut more strokes. “In her 바카라사이트 last five tournaments, Hwang has shown improvement, finishing 11th, 9th, 8th, winner, and runner-up. “At the beginning of the season, my tee shots were a little unstable, but recently, my tee shots have stabilized, which has led to good results,” she said, adding, “I’m very confident in my short game, so as long as I don’t have a bad tee shot, I’ll get good results.” “I value the content of the game more than the ranking or score,” said Hwang Yoo-min, “but when I was the runner-up in the last tournament, I was very upset when I went to my hostel afterward

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