After three sunny days, the clouds began to roll in on the fifth day of the Korean Ladies Professional Golf (KLPGA) Tour’s Etosha Oil Championship as the final round began. Light rain fell at Elysian Jeju Country Club in the morning, but it turned into a torrential downpour as play got underway .Even after two suspensions, the rain didn’t let up, causing water to pool on the greens. The tournament organizers eventually decided to cancel the fourth round and determine the winner based on the first three rounds.
While Sung 온라인카지노 was fortunate to be in the lead after three rounds, others were not so fortunate .Kim Jae-hee was in the lead until the second suspension at 2:09 pm. Kim, who hadn’t won since debuting on the regular tour in 2021, began the fourth round in a tie for second place, one shot behind the leader .She made back-to-back birdies on Nos. 3 and 4, followed by back-to-back birdies on Nos. 6 and 7. He dropped a shot on the ninth but was still in the lead .Another player who was disappointed with the canceled fourth round was Jinhee Lim, who finished second on the target points.
She was second in points and in a tie for first place with Lee Ye Won. By the time she reached the 11th hole, she was three strokes back with four birdies and one bogey. With the cancellation of the fourth round, Lim was tied for 11th place after three rounds and was not eligible for the grand prize, which is only awarded to the top 10 finishers. The gap between her and Lee Ye-won, who finished second at the event, widened, and her plans for an upset at the final event of the season, the SK Shielders-SK Telecom Championship, were dashed.
“I was in the clubhouse waiting for play to resume when they announced the cancellation of the fourth round,” said Sung, who was the lucky winner of the ETSOil event. “My teammates were playing well, so I couldn’t say anything and had to be cautious,” she said, apologizing to the other players. Meanwhile, this is the fourth time this season that the S-Oil Championship has been shortened due to bad weather.