Kim A-rim tied for 18th in Northern Ireland on the LPGA Tour… Lee Mi-hyang #22

Winner: Swedish Stark… European women’s tour season 3 wins


Arim Kim (27) finished the ISPS Handa World Invitational ($1.5 million in total prize money) in 18th place on the LPGA Tour.

Kim A-rim shot 2 under par 71 with an eagle, 3 birdies, and 3 bogeys in the final 4 round of the tournament held at Galgom Castle Golf Club (par 73, 6,621 yards) in Antrim, Northern Ireland, UK on the 14th (local time). hit

Kim A-rim finished the tournament in a tie for 18th, with a final total of 7-under 284.

Kim A-rim raised the expectations of entering the top 10 for the third time in the season by gradually raising the rankings to a tie for 48th on the first day, 27th for the 2nd round, and a tie for 16th in the 3rd round.

However, she finished in the top 10 following last week’s AIG Women’s Open (tied 13th).

Lee Mi-hyang (29), who was tied for 16th like Kim A-rim the day before, reduced one stroke to tie 22nd (6 under par 285) and recorded the best performance out of 6 regular tour tournaments this season.

Following the Evian Championship (France) last month, the Scottish Women’s Open and the AIG Women’s Open (UK), this was the last tournament held in Europe for four consecutive weeks, jointly hosted by the LPGA Tour and the Ladies European Tour (LET).

Rounds 1 and 2 were played alternately at Galgom Castle Golf Club and Matherine Golf Club (par 72, 6,517 yards), and rounds 3 and 4 were played at Galgom Castle Golf Club.

The championship went to Sweden’s Maya Stark.

Stark, who is active in LET, drove 10 birdies without bogey that day, making a final total of 20 under par 271.

A-rim Kim tied for 18th in Northern Ireland on the LPGA Tour...  Lee Mi-hyang #22


Stark, who made his professional debut last year, won two LETs last season, and this season he achieved three wins including this competition.

The prize money for the championship is 225,000 dollars (about 290 million won).

Stark, who is running first in the Race to Costa del Sol, which is the target of ranking by converting one season’s results into points, was given the opportunity to go straight to the LPGA Tour with this win.

Stark, who was tied for 4th by two strokes in the lead until the third round, swept six birdies in the first half of the final round and took the lead by three strokes alone, and in the second half, he continued his momentum with birdies on the 12th to 14th holes and took a solo lead. The system won the championship.

Allison Corpus (USA) finished second by five shots (15-under 276), and Georgia Hall (England) finished third (14-under 277).

The LPGA Tour, which has finished its European schedule, will take a week off before continuing with the CP Women’s Open, which opens in Ottawa, Canada on the 25th.

On the other hand, in the DP World Tour (formerly European Tour), which was held in the same time and place with the same name and prize money as this tournament, Youn Ferguson (Scotland, 12 under par 268) won the second win of the season with the wire-to-wire victory.

/yunhap news

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