After starting her second round on the 10th hole in a league of her own, Lim Hee-jung has moved to the top of the leaderboard at the SK networks-Seoul Economic Ladies Classic on the Korean Ladies Professional Golf Association (KLPGA) Tour. After failing to drop a stroke on the first day, she battled through flag-wheel winds to shoot 4-under par.
Lim shot a 4-under 68 in the tournament’s second round on Sunday at Pinx Golf Club in Seogwipo, Jeju Island. Her four-under-par 140 total puts her in a tie for second place, up 56 spots from a tie for 58th the day before. She is one stroke behind leader Lee Chae-eun.
On the second day of the tournament, Lim showed a completely different side to her game. She made just one bogey and five birdies to drop four strokes. At the start of the day, Heejung Lim was flying under the radar. She teed off on the 10th hole, which is in a league of its own among professional golfers. Starting on the 10th hole is one of the last things players want to do, as the lack of spectators makes it feel like they’re playing a practice round. 카지노사이트
However, starting on the 10th hole at 8:20 a.m. helped Lim. She was able to play a lot of holes early in the day when the wind was relatively light. Her best play of the day came on the sixth hole. Lim was in trouble when she failed to get her second shot onto the green, but she managed to sink her third shot to finish 4-under par.
Last week’s runner-up finish at the Sangsangin-Korea Economic TV Open turned around her poor start to the season and she will be looking to continue her upward trend at this event. After moving into a tie for second place, Lim will be looking for her first win of the season and sixth career victory on the KLPGA Tour.
Lee and Ye Won Lee, who were among the leaders on the first day, struggled with the gusty winds at Pincks Golf Club. Lee, who started the tournament tied for the lead after shooting an 8-under par on day one, struggled on day two with a 9-over par 81. Lee Ye-won couldn’t keep up the momentum, shooting a 5-over-par 77. Lee’s biggest disappointment came on the fifth hole. He made a quintuple bogey that cost him five strokes and ended the second round in a tie for 19th place at 1-over par 145.