Super Rookie TV Room ‘A Star Is Born’

Bang Sin-sil (19), a former national team member, announced the birth of a splendid star by winning the 5th competition since her debut.안전놀이터

Bang Shin-sil, the longest hitter with an average driving distance of 259.6 yards this season, did not see in the final round of the Korean Women’s Professional Golf (KLPGA) Tour E1 Charity Open (total prize money of 900 million won) held at Seongmunan CC (par 72, 6520 yards) in Wonju, Gangwon Province on the 28th. After catching two birdies, she recorded a total of 9 under par 207 strokes for three days, and won the championship by two strokes over Seo-yeon Yoo and Yeon-jung Seo (7 under par 209 strokes) in a tie for second place. In addition to her first rookie win this season, she also enjoyed the joy of winning her 10th wire-to-wire first in KLPGA history.

Bang Sin-sil, who entered the KLPGA in October of last year and was on the Dream Tour (Part 2), secured a regular tour seed until 2025 with a thrilling victory, and won 162 million won in prize money, ranking 6th in season prize money at once (278.89 million won). ) went up. Bang Shin-sil, who competed for the top ranks in all categories by ranking 1st in average at-bats (70.08 strokes), 6th in the grand prize, and 3rd in the Rookie of the Year award, also advanced the record of exceeding 200 million won in prize money in 6 tournaments by Choi Hye-jin and Park Min-ji by one game.

Bang Shin-sil, who made a sensation by finishing 4th at the 45th KLPGA Championship, her regular tour debut last month, finally won her 3rd championship group appearance following the NH Investment & Securities Ladies Championship (3rd place), which she went out as an invited player earlier this month.

While it rained all day, Bang Shin-sil, who started jointly with Park Ji-young and Kim Hee-ji, shot a second shot from 219 yards to the green fringe at the 16th hole (par 5), where he maintained a one-stroke lead, and then lightly added a birdie to lead by two strokes. went ahead and secured the win.

Bang Shin-sil, who once suffered from hyperthyroidism and had to play the second part tour after being pushed to 40th place in the KLPGA seed ranking last year last year, said in an interview with the winner, “It was originally a long hit, but I increased the distance by more than 20 yards in the last winter training.” All my friends and colleagues who represented me were playing in the 1st tour, but I was left alone in the 2nd tour, and I was in great pain. It was my goal to secure a seed this year, and I am happy that I have already achieved it.”