Kim Min-sol, the youngest member of the Hangzhou AG women’s team, “I won’t be discouraged by the world’s No. 1 Inluoning.”

I don’t care if there’s a world number one coming out, I just want to do my own thing.”

Kim Min-sol (17, Suseongbang Tong High School 2nd year), the youngest member of the women’s national golf team participating in the Hangzhou Asian Games, expressed strong confidence targeting strong players such as world number one Yin Luoning (China). She said that although some of the world’s best athletes will participate in the Asian Games, she will not be intimidated and will put up a good fight as her performance has also reached its peak.

Kim Min-sol recorded a total of 13 under par 203 strokes over three days at the Korea Ladies Professional Golf (KLPGA) Tour OK Savings Bank Shotman Open held at Club 72 in Yeongjongdo, Incheon on the 17th, tied for 5th place, 2 strokes behind winner Madasom (15 under par, 201 strokes). occupied. Minsol Kim’s three top-10 finishes in the five competitions she competed against professional athletes this year have filled her with confidence as she heads towards winning the Asian Games.

Kim Min-sol, who drew attention early by tying for 10th place at the LPGA Tour BMW Ladies Championship held at Oak Valley Golf Course in Wonju last October, won the 37th Korea Women’s Open, the most prestigious major tournament in Korea hosted by the Korea Golf Association in June. He ranked 4th in the KLPGA Tour Doosan Engineering & Construction We’ve Championship (August) and 9th place, and continued his stable performance by finishing 5th in this tournament.

Immediately after the game, Kim Min-sol said, “My back has been bad recently, but after resting for a week, I feel more energetic, and my condition seems to be improving ahead of the Asian Games,” and pledged, “I will definitely do my best with the goal of winning the gold medal at the Asian Games.” Minsol Kim will challenge to win the individual and team competitions at the Asian Games Golf, which will be held in a 72-hole stroke format at Hangzhou West Lake International Golf Club starting on the 28th. Yoo Hyeon-jo (Cheonan Central Bangkok High School, 3rd grade) and Lim Ji-yu (Suseong Bangkok High School 3rd grade), who are one year older than him, are colleagues he will be working with.

The host country, China, is the strongest opponent메이저놀이터 for the Korean women’s national team, which is aiming for a team win after the 2006 Doha Asian Games and an individual gold medal after the 2012 Incheon Asian Games. She showed her determination to win two gold medals by forming a team of LPGA players, including Yin Luoning, who won two games this season and recently ranked first in the world, as well as Lin Siyu (12th) and Liu Yu (136th). In addition, Aditi Ashok (India) and Jen Bei-win (Taiwan) will participate as members of the LPGA.

She said, “I recently heard the news that the world’s No. 1 player is coming out,” and Kim Min-sol, who smiled with an expression of disbelief, pledged, “But I will not be discouraged and will do what I have to do.” Since golf is a battle against oneself anyway, I believe that the key is to demonstrate one’s skills to the fullest in practice.

Minsol Kim is scheduled to leave for China with her national team on the 25th.

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