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‘QUEEN OF THE WIND’ LEE DEFENDS KLPGA TITLE IN JEJU FOR SECOND STRAIGHT WEEK

With five wins on the Korean Ladies Professional Golf Association (KLPGA) Tour, four of them have come on windy courses.Her first victory in 2020 came at a landfill course in Yeongam, Jeollanam-do, where the sea breeze is fierce, and she won three times in 2021 and last year at local Jeju golf courses, which always have to contend with strong winds.He has only won once on a course that is not affected by the sea breeze.Last year, in particular, she won back-to-back tournaments on Jeju, including the SK networks-Seoul Economic Ladies Classic and the S-Oil Championship, which earned her the nickname “Queen of the Wind” or “Queen of Jeju”.

She will attempt to make it back-to-back titles when she competes in the SK networks-Seoul Economic Ladies Classic ($800,000 prize fund) at Finks Golf Club (Par 72) in Jeju over the next four days.Following the tournament, Isomi will head to the Elysian Jeju Country Club for four days starting November 2 as the defending champion.It will be her second straight week of title defense.This could be her last season on the KLPGA Tour, as she is scheduled to play in the final event of the LPGA Tour Qualifying Series in December.That’s why she’s so determined to defend her title.While she has yet to win a tournament this year, her form has improved to the point where she could be a contender at any time.

In 25 tournaments, she has 11 top-10 finishes. Only Lee Ye-won has more top-10s than her with 12.Of her 11 top-10s, she has two runner-up finishes and four third-place finishes.Even without a win, she ranks sixth on the money list ($711.5 million) and fifth in points toward the Grand Prize.His stroke average is fourth (71.05).He finished second and third in his last two tournaments. That means his game has improved.The final piece of the puzzle is confidence, which is especially strong in the strong Jeju winds.”I’m not going to try to hit it low just because it’s windy. I’ll choose my shot composition according

to the situation,” she said, adding, “I’m not satisfied with my recent results, but I want to finish the rest of the tournament with better results.”Standing in the way of Lee’s second straight victory are Lee Ye-won, Park Ji-young, and Lim Jin-hee, all of whom have three wins apiece this season and are in contention for a fourth. Lee, who leads the tournament in money, points, and stroke average, will effectively clinch the title if she wins this tournament. Park Ji-young, who is second on the money list, third on the grand prize points list, and third on the stroke average list, needs to win this tournament to claim at least one of the

individual titles, including money, grand prize, and most wins. Im Jin-hee, who is third on the money list and second on the grand prize points list, is also looking to take her first ever individual title in Jeju. Im Jin-hee is aiming for multiple wins and the grand prize. Lee Ye-won, Park Ji-young, and Lim Jin-hee have something in common: they all won their second titles of the season in Jeju. In particular, two of Lee’s three wins came in Jeju. “I’ve always loved Jeju Island, so I was able to play with a relaxed mindset whenever I competed there,” said Lee. “I want to finish the season well by focusing on my play rather than

worrying about the title.” Lim Jin-hee, who is from Jeju, said, “I’m worried because I either play well or very poorly in Jeju,” but she was confident, saying, “I have good wedge shots and putts, so if I pay a little more attention to my tee shot accuracy, I think I’ll be able to play easily.” Kim Soo-ji, who is hungry for her second win of the season after winning the Hanwha Classic, and Lee Da-yeon, who is looking for her third win of the season, are also strong favorites. The rookie trio of Kim Min-byul, Hwang Yoo-min, and Bang Shin-sil will also be in 무료슬롯게임 action at the tournament.

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