Jang Yu-bin, the leader in the 3rd round of the Hana Bank competition, “I don’t want to lose in the Korea-Japan match.”

Yubin Jang

Jang Yu-bin strengthened her resolve, saying she did not want to lose in the professional golf shot competition between Korea and Japan.

Jang Yu-bin hit 4 under par 67 with 5 birdies and 1 bogey in the third round on the third day of the 6th Hana Bank Invitational (total prize money 1.3 billion won) held at Namchuncheon Country Club (par 71, 7,335 yards) in Chuncheon-si, Gangwon-do on the 15th. 안전놀이터

Jang Yu-bin, who recorded a total of 7 under par and 206 strokes over the three days, is tied for third place, 4 strokes behind the leader as of 2:30 p.m.

This tournament is co-hosted by the Korea Professional Golf Tour (KPGA) and the Japan Professional Golf Tour (JGTO), and 60 tour seed priority players from each country will participate in a battle of pride.

Ji-ho Yang won last year’s competition held in Japan, and this year, with the third round in progress, Japanese players are in first and second place.

Takashi Ogiso (Japan) is in sole first place with 11 under par with 4 holes remaining, and Kazuki Higa (Japan) is recording 8 under par with 3 holes remaining.

Among Korean players, Jang Yu-bin achieved the best results and attempted to come from behind to win on the last day. 슬롯사이트

In an interview after completing the third round, Jang Yu-bin said, “I was worried because the results were not good over the past two weeks, but the results are still going well. Since it is a match between Korea and Japan, I think I have a strong feeling that I do not want to lose.”

He had a good run from the season opening until the SK Telecom Open in mid-May. He was ranked in the top 10 four times in six competitions, including once as runner-up, and also performed well at the SK Telecom Open, where he tied for 13th.

However, he faltered after missing the cut at the KB Financial Live Championship and the KPGA Championship earlier this month.

Jang Yu-bin said, “Blackstone, where the KB Financial Tournament was held, was a difficult course and was physically difficult,” and added, “The shaky shot at that time led to a bad result.”

He explained, “After the KPGA Championships, I tried to find my old swing in general, including my address posture. I changed my swing significantly when I was a student, but it seemed like my old habits came back because it was physically difficult.

Jang Yu-bin, the gold medalist in the team event at last year’s Hangzhou Asian Games, won the Gunsan CC Open in August last year when she was an amateur. Since turning professional, she has yet to win a championship.

Jang Yu-bin said, “My shot sense has improved a lot since entering this tournament, but what I regret today is that I missed a lot of birdie putts when I had the opportunity to further reduce the number of strokes,” and added, “There were a few disappointing moments, such as missing the hole, but I was still satisfied and felt good. “I will stay in control and do well in the last day of the game tomorrow,” he pledged. 토토사이트 추천

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