Shin Ji-ae (35), former world No. 1 in women’s golf, has achieved 62 professional wins. 메이저사이트
In the final 4th round of the Australian Women’s Professional Golf (WPGA) Tour Big Open (total prize money of $250,000) held at Thirteen’s Beach Golf Links (par 72) in Victoria, Australia on the 12th, Shin Ji-ae tied 5 birdies and 4 bogeys to 1 under par 71 was hit.
Shin Ji-ae, who recorded a final total of 14 under par 275 strokes, won her come-from-behind victory, beating Grace Kim (Australia) and Fabarisa York Tuan (Thailand) tied for second place by a whopping 5 strokes.
Shin Ji-ae, who failed to record a win last year after winning the Japan Women’s Professional Golf (JLPGA) Tour Daito Genta-gu Iheyanet Ladies Tournament in July 2021, won a thrilling championship in one year and seven months. She receives 45,000 dollars (approximately 57 million won) as the winning prize.
Shin Ji-ae, whose main stage is the JLPGA tour, won 26 victories in Japan. The Mizuno Classic victories in 2008 and 2010 were incorporated into the LPGA Tour record, but the Yokohama Tire PRGR Ladies Cup victory record, which was won as a non-member in 2008, was included. She also has a total of 11 wins on the U.S. Women’s Professional Golf (LPGA) Tour, 20 wins on the Korean Women’s Professional Golf (KLPGA) Tour (excluding one amateur), two wins on the European Women’s Professional Golf Tour (LET), and one on the Taiwan Women’s Golf Tour. 1 win on the Ladies Asian Golf Tour. She lifted her 62nd trophy on her worldwide tour so far.
Shin Ji-ae is a veteran who has also been active in the United States, winning the British Women’s Open twice, a major event on the LPGA tour, and has been ranked No. 1 in the world. In December of last year, she returned to the Australian Women’s Golf Tour, ISPS Handa, with this victory, her regretful memory of her career 62 wins at the Australian Women’s Open, where she finished runner-up by one stroke.
Shin Ji-ae, who started the final round with a tie for second place by two strokes, made her first birdie in hole 2 (par 5) and then made a bogey in hole 4 (par 4), but failed in holes 5 (par 5) and 7 (par 3). He added a birdie and moved up to the lead.
Porter, who was her sole leader, made 5 bogeys until the 9th hole in the first half, so Ji-ae Shin was able to maintain her lead even after consecutive bogeys on the 10th (par 4) and 11th holes (par 5).
Ji-ae Shin, who regained her flow with her birdies on the 13th hole (par 4) and the 15th hole (par 4), committed her bogey on the 16th hole (par 4), but she already broke her tie for second place in the group by 5. It was after being easily ostracized by another car. Shin Ji-ae sealed her win by recording a par on her final 18th hole (par 5).