Park Min-ji (25, NH Investment & Securities), who set the goal of winning the most on the Korean Women’s Professional Golf (KLPGA) tour, did not hide her desire to win the first KLPGA Championship in her life.
Park Min-ji will participate in the먹튀검증 45th Chris F&C LPGA Championship (total prize money of 1.3 billion won), the first major tournament this season to be held at Lakewood CC (par 72, 6570 yards) in Yangju-si, Gyeonggi-do from the 27th.
Park Min-ji said in an interview conducted on YouTube the day before the tournament, “I haven’t had good results at the KLPGA Championship. But I’m looking forward to it this year.”
Park Min-ji, who won 6 wins for 2 consecutive years in 2021 and 2022, is a signboard of the KLPGA with a total of 16 wins. He also won three major tournaments.
However, he does not remember laughing at the KLPGA Championship. Last year’s 4th place was his personal best result in this tournament, and he suffered from two missed cuts and one withdrawal in the past.
For this tournament, Park Min-ji did not participate in the NexenㆍSaint Nine Masters held last week.
Park Min-ji said, “For the past week, I exercised along with rest. I also did talent donation activities such as teaching golf to elementary school students. It was a fruitful week.” We prepared hard for this tournament,” he said.
Park Min-ji has yet to win her first win of the season, but her condition improved by finishing third at the Mediheal ‧ Hankook Ilbo Championships, her most recent appearance.
This tournament is a big part of Minji Park’s golf goal. Park Min-ji said, “I set a goal for myself because I am greedy and move forward when I have to motivate myself. Right now, my goal is to have the most wins in the KLPGA career.” I want to record a win,” he said.
“I want to include major tournaments that I have not yet lifted, such as the KLPGA Championship and the Hanwha Classic, in the next 5 wins,” he said. .
Park Min-ji will play in a group with Lee Jung-min (31, Hanwha Q Cells) and Kim Min-byeol (19, Hite Jinro) in the first round of this tournament.