“I am swinging the most confidently these days.”
Ko Jin-young, who is aiming for her second win of the LPGA Tour season, explained in detail her recent condition. In an interview토스카지노 ahead of the LPGA Tour JM Eagle LA Championship (total prize money of 3 million dollars), which opens in Los Angeles, California, USA on the 28th (Korean time), Ko Jin-young said, “Ahead of this season, I will be able to achieve the level of swing I aimed for on the course in the first half of the year. “Compared to the past few years, I am swinging with the most confidence these days,” he said.
Jinyoung Ko follows up on taking the HSBC World Championships in Singapore last month, and she is aiming for her second win of the season and 15th of her career at the LA Championships. She finished tied for 9th at the Chevron Championship, her first major event on the LPGA held last week.
The Wilshire Country Club, where the Los Angeles Championship is held, is familiar to Jinyoung Ko. She said, “This course has been played for a long time,” she said. Regarding the competition course, she added, “The green is small, so it is important to get the ball on the green.”
She also revealed her determination for this competition. He said, “Always doing my best in each competition is the most important goal.” I made up my mind.
Choi Hye-jin, who tied for 6th place in this competition last year, said, “I am glad to be back on the course I played last year and I am used to it.” Regarding the fact that she has yet to win on the LPGA Tour, she said, “I challenge to win every tournament, but I want to do well by achieving specific goals for shots during play.”
Yoo Hae-ran, who debuted on the LPGA tour this season, said, “It is a course that I have been invited to as an amateur. I will work hard to show a better side of myself as I remember the memories I made in the past.” “I got greedy because I did well in the first tournament (7th place),” he said, “I’m learning as each week goes by, and this week I’m in better condition than last week, so I’ll try to play in front of many fans.”