Kim Min-sol (17, Suseong Bangtong High School), who has passed through extraordinary potential, challenges the amateur championship in 6 years.

Kim Min-sol recorded her 4-under-par 68 in the first round of the ‘DB Group 37th Korea Women’s Open Golf Championship’ held at Rainbow Hills CC located in Eumseong, Chungcheongbuk-do on the 15th and placed her name in a tie for 3rd place. .

An amateur still in high school. Moreover, considering that it is a major tournament where her national title is at stake, Kim Min-sol’s first round is enough to make a strong impression on her.

Minsol Kim focused her spotlight on herself last year as well. She had her surprise start in the first round of the BMW Championship, where she scored 8 under par last year.

Her potential is also sufficient, and her rosy future is expected to be Kim Min-sol. Currently, Kim Min-sol is ranked No. 1 in the Korea Golf Association (KGA) rankings, and she has maintained her persistence by landing in the top ranks in various tournaments held this year. She’s coming here, she’s going to be held in September, and she’s going to win the gold medal in the Hangzhou Asian Games, where she’s selected as a national golfer.

Her strong point is, of course, long ride. In particular먹튀검증, Kim Min-sol’s tee shot at the 16th hole (562 yards, par 5) in the first round reached a whopping 318.7 yards (approximately 291m), and she is a ‘super rookie’ Bang Shin-sil (308.2 yards, approximately 281m) making a name for her long hit. outpaced

Kim Min-sol, who finished the first round, said, “It’s good that I finished the first round well in the tournament I really wanted to come out. I want to finish the remaining rounds well,” she said.

Also, regarding the goal of this competition, “I want to be number one in the amateur category. The goal is to connect the flow after the last tournament rather than ranking,” he said of seniors from the national team such as Lee Ye-won and Bang Shin-sil, “I am happy to see the unnies I played with in my amateur days are getting good grades, and I have the confidence that ‘I can do it too’. It happens,” he said.

In the Korea Women’s Open, which boasts a 37-year history, there are only four cases where she has even won the championship as an amateur. Starting with Jung Il-mi in 1993, Kim Mi-hyeon in 1995, Jang Jeong in 1997, and Song Bo-bae in 2003 are the main characters.

Expanding the scope to the KLPGA 1st Tour, a total of 32 amateur winners came out.

Probably the first player to win the championship in qualification is Won Jae-sook, who lifted the trophy at the 1989 Korea Seosan Women’s Open. Since then, in the 1990s, 20 winners, including Pak Se-ri and Kim Mi-hyun, who left their names engraved in Korean women’s golf history, poured out.

The most likely winner is Choi Hye-jin, who became the 2017 BOGNER MBN Women’s Open champion. In particular, Choi Hye-jin showed off her extraordinary cotyledon by winning two championships this year alone.

The 6th year of amateur championships has been cut off. At the NH Investment & Securities Ladies Championship held in May last year, Hwang Yu-min, who was invited at the time, tied for the lead until the second round, but was beaten by one stroke by Park Min-ji in the final round and finished the tournament in a tie for second place.

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