Lee Jung-eun 5 tied for 14th in the LPGA Dana Open 3R… Ko Jin-young tied for 31st

Lee Jung-eun 5 (35, Bumin Hospital) tied for 14th in the third round of the LPGA Tour Dana Open (total prize money: $1.75 million).

On the 16th (Korean time) on the 16th (Korean time) on the third day of the tournament held at Highland Meadows Golf Club (par 71, 6555 yards) in Sylvania, Ohio메이저사이트, USA, she tied 4 birdies and 3 bogeys to record 1 under par 70 strokes. .

Jeongeun Lee 5, who recorded an interim total of 9 under par 204, tied for 14th with Grace Kim (Australia), Sala Schmerzel, and Lindy Duncan (above USA).

Lee Jeong-eun 5, who was tied for 5th place the previous day, was pushed back in her ranking and moved away from her championship competition. However, the possibility of her first ‘Top 10’ this season remains.

Lee Jung-eun 5 has the same name as Lee Jeong-eun 6 (27, Daebang Construction), the winner of the 2019 US Women’s Open. Although she has been active for a longer period, she has yet to win an LPGA Tour, and she finished runner-up at the 2021 Cambia Portland Classic.

Lee Jung-eun 6 was eliminated from the cut in this tournament.

Kim Se-young (30, Medi Hill) raised her ranking by driving 5 under par on the day. In the 9th hole (par 4), she even recorded a ‘shot eagle’.

Kim Se-young, who scored an interim total of 8 under par 205, jumped from a tie for 35th the previous day to a tie for 18th.

Choi Hye-jin (24, Lotte) and Yoo Hae-ran (22, Daol Financial Group) tied for 24th with Lydia Ko (New Zealand) and others with an interim total of 6 under par and 207 strokes.

World No. 1 Jinyoung Ko (28, Solaire) faltered with a 1-over par that day and tied for 31st with an interim total of 4 under par and 209 strokes. Jeon In-ji (29, KB Financial Group) and others are in the same rank.

Meanwhile, Lynn Grant (Sweden) jumped to the lead with one shot eagle, eight birdies, and one bogey, driving a whopping 9 under par.

Grant, who reached an interim total of 18 under par 195, was Alison Corpers (USA), Stephanie Kiriacow (Australia), Emily Christine Pedersen (Denmark), Matilta Castren (Finland), Maria Pasi (Mexico, 12 under par, 201 strokes), etc. He beat the tied-second group by 6 strokes and increased his chances of winning.

After turning pro in 2021, Grant, who has five wins on her European Women’s Professional Golf Tour (LET) career, has a chance at her first LPGA Tour stage win.

Korean-Australian Lee Min-ji and Korean-American Annie Park were ranked tied for 7th with an interim total of 11-under 202 strokes.

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