Jung Yoon-ji and caddy Jin Sung-ryong talked in the tea box in the final fourth round of the 2022 KLPGA Tour’s final major tournament “Hite Jinro Championship (total prize money of 1.2 billion won)” held at Blue Heron Golf Club (par 72, 6,763 yards) in Yeoju, Gyeonggi-do on the 9th. 토토사이트
Jung Yoon-ji, who will start at 10:10 p.m. in Group 19, was tied for fifth with a total of 215 strokes in the third round, three-over-par 75 (30th) and three-under-par 69 strokes in the first round (1st place).
It was three strokes behind the lead, so it was possible to win a come-from-behind victory.
Jung Yoon-ji and caddy Jin Sung-ryong, who were on the tee box, relaxed by exchanging jokes. And caddy Jin Sung-ryong, who found Jung Yoon-ji’s hat crooked in front of the golf bag, pressed the hat as he fixed the position of the hat.
After a while, when caddy Jin Sung-ryong tried to fix the crooked hat again, Jung Yoon-ji played a joke by blocking caddy Jin Sung-ryong’s hand with both arms. Caddie Jin Sung-ryong and Jung Yoon-ji used to get along well with each other.
Jung Yoon-ji won the E1 Charity Open in the 2022 season, working with caddy Jin Sung-ryong. It finished second in the NH Investment & Securities Ladies Championship and the Hite Jinro Championship, respectively. He has participated in 24 competitions and made the TOP 10 eight times, showing a strong side without a sound.
Jung Yun-ji recorded an even par with two birdies and two bogeys in the fourth round. Leading player Park Min-ji also recorded an even par, and the two players continued the game with extra time.
In the first round of extra time, Park Min-ji missed a 1,5m birdie, and the two players took the game to the second round. In the second overtime, Park Min-ji succeeded in a 2m birdie putt to beat Jung Yoon-ji, who only made par, winning five games of the season and 15 wins of his career.
Jung Yoon-ji, who came in second, won 132 million won in prize money, ranking seventh in the grand prize (7th place) with a total of 639.96 million won.