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Yoo Hyeon-jo, tied for 7th place, 3 strokes behind on the first

In the women's individual golf tournament at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games, high school girls' national team member Yoo Hyun-jo (18) started the first day of the tournament with first place.

Yoo Hyun-jo confirmed her victory by shooting a 4-under 68 with six birdies and two bogeys in the first round of the women's golf tournament at Westlake International Golf Club (par 72) in Hangzhou, China on the 28th.

Yoo Hyun-jo will try for the gold medal in the remaining third round, tying for seventh, three shots behind the lone leader, Baba Saki of Japan.

Yoo Hyun-jo, a high school amateur national team member, was selected as the national team member for the Hangzhou Asian Games along with Kim Min-sol (17) and Lim Ji-yu (18) in June last year.

Unlike the original Asian Games, only amateur players were allowed to participate, professional players will also be allowed to participate from this Asian Games. As a result, players on the PGA Tour, such as Im Sung-jae (25) and Kim Si-woo (28), participated in the men's team, but professional players did not participate in the women's team, and only amateurs formed the national team.

Instead, all three players are professional players, including Chinese women's golf world No. 2 In Luo Ning, world No. 13 Lin Shiyu, and Ryu Yu, who is active on the LPGA Tour.

Yoo Hyun-jo's strength is his long-range shots that average more than 250 yards. Yoo Hyun-jo, who started at the 1st hole, birdied at the 2nd (par 5) and the 5th (par 4) holes, made a bogey at the 6th (par 5) and added a birdie at the 8th (par 4) to reduce two strokes.

Yoo Hyun-jo, who alternated birdies on the 13th (par 3) and bogeys on the 16th (par 3), birdied the 17th (par 5) by putting his third shot 2 meters away from the pin, and Yoo Hyun-jo added a birdie on the last 18th (par 4) to finish the first round.

Women's national team ace Kim Min-sol made six birdies but made three bogeys to start the first round tied for 10th with a 3-under 69. Kim Min-sol is 177cm tall and has a long ball of more than 300 yards. He stood out at the top of the professional competition.

Kim Min-sol took the lead with only four birdies in nine holes in the first half, but he was disappointed with three bogeys in the second half.

Lim Ji-yu tied for 15th with a 2-under 70.

Japan's Baba took the lead. Baba won the U.S. Women's Amateur, a global amateur competition, in August last year. Baba swept nine birdies and made two bogeys to end the tournament at 7-under 65.

Three Chinese players on the LPGA Tour, Luo Ning, Lin Shiyu, and Liu Yu, tied for second with a 5-under 67. LPGA Tour Aditi Ashok (India)


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