Yoo Hae-ran, who lost one stroke, tied for 8th at the LA Championship “a regrettable day”

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Yoo Hae-ran (22) maintained the top spot for two days in a row at the LA Championship.

Yoo Hae-ran lost 1 stroke in the 2nd round of the JM Eagle LA Championship of the LPGA Tour held at the Wilshire Country Club (par 71, 6258 yards) in Los Angeles, California on the 29th (Korean time), tied for 3 under par in the interim. placed on the 8th.

It is 3 strokes behind Adity Ashok (India), who is the sole leader in 6 under par.

She maintained her top spot, but her second round score was a bit disappointing. I caught 3 birdies, but committed 4 bogeys and lost 1 stroke.

Yoo Hae-ran said, “It was a very difficult day. There were many places where the pin position was difficult, so I played easily, but it was a day where I was a bit disappointed because I went to a difficult place.” seems to be,” he said.ㅋㅋㅋ벳

Yoo Hae-ran is running 3rd in this year’s rookie race. Her best result was her tie for 7th at the Drive-On Championships in March, which was her debut as she competed in 4 events this year.

While Ashok took the sole lead at 6 under par, Cheyenne Knight (USA), Hannah Green (Australia), and Pernilla Lindberg (Sweden) formed a joint second place group at 5 under par. Sarah Kemp (Australia), Linea Strom (Sweden), and Alison Lee (USA) tied for 5th with a 4 under par.

Ko Jin-young, Yang Hee-young, Kim Hyo-joo, and Choi Woon-jung finished the second round with a tie for 12th place at 2 under par.

Ko Jin-young said, “I want to play the game with a little more focus. The course is not long, so if you improve the accuracy of your shot, you can always make a lot of birdie chances. It’s important to feel it,” he said.

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