Choi Hye-jin (24), who reached the top on the Korean Women’s Professional Golf (KLPGA) tour stage after two years and seven months, recovered her confidence and pledged to perform well on the American stage.
Choi Hye-jin will compete in the LPGA Tour’s ‘Myer LPGA Classic’ (total prize money of $2.5 million) to be held at Blider Fields Country Club (par 72) in Belmont, Michigan, USA for four days starting on the 16th (Korean time).
Choi Hye-jin won the KLPGA Tour Lotte Open, which ended her last 4 days.
Choi Hye-jin, who won the “SK Telecom ADT Caps Championship 2020” in November 2020, finished the 2021 season and focused on her LPGA tour. Choi Hye-jin, who had never participated in her domestic stage in the 2022 season, won her third competition this year.
Choi Hye-jin reached the top of her KLPGA Tour career 11 times (including 2 championships in amateur status) in about 2 years and 7 months.
Hyejin Choi, who struggled on her LPGA tour, returned to the United States with her confidence restored.
Hyejin Choi said, “She played in Korea for two weeks and within a month she was competing in an LPGA Tour event. She feels better and has a lot of expectations to win and participate in the tournament in Korea.” It does,” she said.
She also vowed to keep her sense of the shot, which she had recently improved.
Choi Hye-jin said, “She has definitely understood the anxiety she felt when she wasn’t comfortable with her recent shots while playing in Korea. If she tries to use the feeling she did well in Korea, I think she’ll work well in the US as well.”메이저사이트
Ahead of major tournaments such as the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship to be held on the 22nd and the US Women’s Open to be held on the 6th of next month, they also announced their entry schedule.
Choi Hye-jin said, “After coming to the United States, I did practice rounds, and major courses are not easy, so I think I need to prepare a lot for the approach and short game.” We will do our best to make it possible.”
Hyejin Choi has never finished in the top 10 on her LPGA Tour this year. Her best results were her tie for 13th at the Chevron Championship and the Cognitive Founders Cup.