“I was playing golf a little pitifully.”
Park Min-ji (25) tied for ninth at the Korea Ladies Professional Golf (KLPGA) Tour NH Investment & Securities Ladies Championship (total prize money of 800 million won) held at Suwon Country Club (par 72) in Yongin-si, Gyeonggi-do on the 13th. Although she was only four players on the KLPGA Tour and did not achieve a third straight tournament title, she did finish in the top ten.
Park Min-ji, who has won 12 wins in her last two years, is somewhat stagnant this year. She has only had six tournaments yet, starting with her domestic opening event, the Lotte Rent-A-Car Women’s Open in April, but Park Min-ji has competed in three, and she has placed in the top 10 except for the Mediheal Hankook Ilbo Championship (3rd place). never been in She then recorded her second top 10 at the NH Investment & Securities Ladies Championship.
In her last year, she marked the start of her six victories with two consecutive wins at the NH Investment & Securities Ladies Championship, and in 2021, she recorded her first win of the year at the Nexen Saint Nine Masters. Having been strong in the first half, he has yet to prepare a chance to win.
Park Min-ji also knows herself to be stagnant compared to her past two years. He is trying to add vibrancy to his professional life, including attending the Japan Women’s Professional Golf (JLPGA) Tour Salon Pas Cup, but has not yet achieved the desired result.
He said, “This year, whenever I didn’t get a shot, I was like, ‘Why are you doing this?’, ‘Why are you doing this?’ I kept thinking, ‘Why are you only doing this?’ I was yelling at you,” he confessed.
Park Min-ji said, “I suddenly felt that I was playing too pitifully. So now I thought I should do it while loving myself. Even if I missed it, I calmed myself down by saying, ‘It’s okay, you can make a buddy next time.’ There are no regrets,” he said.메이저사이트
Park Min-ji, who unconsciously pushed herself, tried to save herself starting with the NH Investment & Securities Ladies Championship. Thanks to that, he made it to the top 10. Although he is still lagging behind the expectations he received as 8th in the grand prize points and 23rd in the prize money rankings, he decided not to be swept away by the expectations.
There is no hesitation in new challenges. Having competed in the JLPGA Tour Salon Pas Cup in early May, she plans to compete in major LPGA tour events such as the upcoming US Women’s Open and the Evian Championship.
He said, “In Korea, I feel like I just need to be good at shooting and putting. However, in the US, the grass is different and I feel that there are many things that are lacking in the short game. Park Min-ji, who does not settle for the present and improves the points she wants to fix one by one.