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The winner is Wu Junwei Minsol Kim tied for 5th place
Hyosong Lee took second place at the 6th Asia Pacific Women's Amateur Championship.
Lee Hyo-song aimed for a come-from-behind victory by reducing 3 strokes in the 4th round on the last day of the tournament held at the Siam Country Club Waterside Course (par 72) in Pattaya, Thailand on the 4th, but ranked alone in second place with a total of 16 under par 272 strokes.
Lee Hyo-song, who tied for third place in this tournament in 2022, was two strokes behind Wu Jun-wei (Taiwan), who recorded 18 under par and 270 strokes.
Lee Hyo-song said, "I'm glad that I competed properly for the championship this time. It's unfortunate that I missed a short putt in the first half, but I will definitely win next time."
The winner, Wu Junwei, qualified to participate in the women's major tournaments: Chevron Championship, Evian Championship, and AIG Women's Open.
You can also participate in the Hana Financial Group Championship, Australian Open, and Augusta National Women's Amateur Tournament.
Lee Hyo-song, who started the final round 5 strokes behind Woo Jun-wei, gave chase and caught up by 1 stroke with a birdie on the 15th hole (par 4).
Woo Jun-wei, who had been shaking, ran away again with a birdie on the 15th hole, and on the 17th hole (par 4), he succeeded in a birdie putt from a distance of over 10 meters, putting a wedge in his win.
Kim Min-sol, who finished second in this competition last year, tied for 5th place with 13 under par 275 strokes.
Wednesday, February 7, 2024