“It’s going to be a turning point”

Kim Hyo-joo topped the Aramco Team Series-Korea, which ended at New Korea CC in Goyang, Gyeonggi Province on the 12th, with a final total of 10-under 206.

Kim easily beat world No. 8 Charlie Hull of England by a three-par difference. It was her first win of this season, and she also won the title at a competition hosted solely by LET.

“It was a very meaningful competition as each tour had a winning record. I had a satisfactory week because I think I achieved my goal well.”

Kim Hyo-joo won five tours, including six wins on the U.S. Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) Tour, 14 wins on the Korean Ladies Professional Golf Association (KLPGA) Tour, one win on the Japanese Ladies Professional Golf Association (JLPGA) Tour, and one win on the Taiwan Tour.

Kim Hyo-joo said, “I will stay in Korea for about a week and finish the championship party within two days, and then start exercising and practicing again.”

She said she expected her latest win to be a turning point for this season. “I was disappointed with my performance this season, as I finished the tournament in a good mood and finished the tournament in a good way in Korea,” she said.

He added, “I think the game is going well as I thought, so I think I can go out confidently and energetic to the LPGA Tour tournament and the Paris Olympics.”메이저사이트

Kim once pointed out that the green accuracy rate, which has fallen to 61.5 percent this season, was the cause of her sluggish performance. Kim displayed her iron shots at major competition venues in this year’s competition. “After aiming at the goal, the accuracy rate seemed to have declined due to a deviation from the starting line of the ball,” Kim said. “I didn’t like Iron shots that much in this competition, but I think I made good chances at important moments. I feel myself that things are getting better little by little.”

Kim Hyo-joo, who will depart for the U.S. Women’s Open, the second major tournament of the season that opens on the 31st after practicing in Korea, once said, “When I participate in a competition held in Korea, I feel like I’m taking medicine.” “I feel like I’ve taken a lot of medicine,” she said, smiling brightly.

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