Han Jin-sun (26) used a hole-in-one as a catalyst to establish herself as the joint leader on the first day of the season’s first major tournament.

Han Jin-sun made 3 birdies including 1 hole-in-one in the first round of the 45th KLPGA Championship (total prize money of 1.3 billion won) of the Korea Women’s Professional Golf (KLPGA) Tour held at Lakewood Country Club (par 72) in Yangju-si, Gyeonggi-do on the 27th. and tied for the lead with a 5-under-par 67.

Han Jin-sun, who seemed to be starting to ride the flow by recording consecutive birdies on the 11th and 12th holes in the first half, succeeded in making her third hole-in-one on the KLPGA Tour on the 17th hole. The shot he hit with an 8-iron from a length of 138m landed on the edge of the green with a slight tailwind and rolled into the hole.

She is the third hole-in-one of the season and Jin-sun Han’s third hole-in-one of her career. As for her injury, she will receive The Class Hyosung Mercedes-Benz THE new EQE worth 92 million won.

Han Jin-sun said, “I said that I would make a hole-in-one soon because my shot feeling got better in recent tournaments, but I really did.” It was the first time I had a hole-in-one in the hole.”

Han Jin-sun, who did not collapse even after making a hole-in-one, continued to save par in the second half and caught a birdie in the 6th hole (par 4). Keeping the fairway, he had a chance to birdie with his second shot about 3m into the hole. After that, he finished the remaining holes with pars and finished the first round with a tie for the lead.

Han Jin-sun explained, “It was difficult to find the pin position, but I tried to play safely in a situation where I had to hold a long iron because I had played many tournaments at this venue. I played safely with a par save as much as possible for long putts.” ㅋㅋㅋ벳

He continued, “Since I won the championship in the second half of last year, I have been on a good trend. On the last day of last year’s Hite Jinro Championship, I was shaken and couldn’t win, but since then I have dreamed of winning a major championship. Today, I feel like I have come one step closer to that dream, so I will do my best on the 3rd.”

Bang Shin-sil (19) and Park Gyeol (27) from the national team were tied for the lead, and defending champion Kim A-lim (28) tied for 8th place with a 3 under par 69 strokes.

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