Defending champion Ashley Buhay (South Africa) also lost 3 strokes on this day
but won the tournament for the second time in a row with a total of 9 under par 280 strokes.
Lee Min-woo’s older sister, Lee Min-ji, a Korean-Australian, chased after him, dropping 3 strokes
but took second place by 1 stroke (8 under par, 281 strokes).
Shin Ji-ae, who suffered an upset loss to Buhai in the final round of the competition last year 먹튀검증사이트
started the final round in second place this year
three strokes behind Buhai, but was hampered by poor shots and her revenge was canceled.
Ji-ae Shin has worked hard to improve her world rankings this season
dreaming of competing in the 2024 Paris Olympics.
Shin Ji-ae, who started this January ranked 67th in the world
jumped 54 places to 15th in the world rankings released on the 28th.
She switched places with Yang Hee-young, who was in 15th place.
The Paris Olympics, where only individual events are held without team events
grants two tickets to each country, but countries with four or more players in the top 15 in the world rankings as of the end of June next year can participate up to four people.
In Korea, three people fell within the standard, with Jin-young Ko ranked 6th in the world
Hyo-joo Kim ranked 7th, and Ji-ae Shin ranked 15th in the world. If Yang Hee-young
ranked 16th in the world, improves her ranking next season
Korea will be able to field four players.
Shin Ji-ae won two games in Japan this year and ranked third in prize money.
She took on the American green, and she also finished runner-up in the US Women’s Open and third in the AIG Women’s Open.
Ji-ae Shin finished the final match of the JLPGA tour season in 4th place on the 26th, and she officially announced her intention to participate for the first time
saying, “2024 is the year of the Olympics.
My world ranking has also risen, so I want to go to the Olympics at least once.”
Lee Min-ji’s younger brother, Lee Min-woo, an Australian Korean
lost one stroke on the final day of the Australian Open held on the same day and course as the ISPS Handa Australian Women’s Open and finished in third place with a total of 12 under par and 273 strokes.
Joaquin Niemann (Chile) defeated Rikuya Hoshino (Japan) after the second overtime to win the championship.
Niemann, who plays for LIV Golf
entered the tournament hoping to build up world ranking points for his chance to play in a major tournament.
Niemann became the first Chilean player to win the Australian Open in its 119-year history.
Niemann had to wait 1 hour and 30 minutes for the champion group’s match to end after becoming the clubhouse leader by reducing 5 strokes despite the strong wind.
In the first playoff hole against Hoshino on the 18th hole, Niemann missed a short eagle putt from 1.2 meters away
but succeeded with an eagle putt from 3 meters away in the second playoff match.
Lee Min-woo, who reached the top at the Macau Open of the Asian Tour last October, aimed to win a major tournament for two consecutive weeks
following the Australian PGA Championship on the 26th and the Australian Open
but he performed poorly on the last day and missed the ‘Aussie double’.