Lee Bo-mi (35), who announced her intention to retire from the Japan Women’s Professional Golf (JLPGA) tour, started the first round of the Daikin Orchid Ladies Golf Tournament (total prize money of 120 million yen) in the middle of the 2023 season opening game.

In the first round of the tournament held at the Ryukyu Golf Club (par 72) in Okinawa, Japan on the 2nd, Lee Bo-mi made 3 birdies, but made 5 bogeys and scored a 2-over-par 74 to tie for 44th place.

Lee Bo-mi announced that she will retire from the JLPGA Tour at the end of her season ahead of this tournament. She debuted on her JLPGA tour in 2012, focusing on her Japanese performances. She was also popular for her small and cute smile, but she won the championship 21 times, and in 2015-2016, she had the ability to win the grand prize, prize money king, and average batting award, driving an explosive number of fans. went

After winning her 21st win on the JLPGA Tour in 2017, Lee Bo-mi, who has not won, has since tried to revive her, but her long-awaited victory did not come. Eventually, after finishing the season, she decided to retire from the Japanese stage. Starting with this tournament, she plans to compete in 4 or 5 events on the JLPGA Tour this year. 스포츠토토

On this day, due to the strong wind, Lee Bo-mi’s fairway landing rate was 57.14% (8/14) and the green hit rate was only 55.56% (10/18). However, Lee Bo-mi was determined, saying, “I want to play all four days in my favorite competition and in my favorite Okinawa, so I will do my best in the second round.”

Among Korean players, Jeon Mi-jeong (41) and Lee Ha-na (22), who tied for 8th place with a 1-under 71, achieved the best results.

Shin Ji-ae (35), who recorded her professional career 62 wins at the Australian Women’s Professional Golf (WPGA) Tour Victoria Open last month, started the first round with a 1-over-par 73 and a tie for 31st. Ayaka Watanabe (30), who tied 7 birdies and 1 bogey and recorded 6 under par 66, took the sole lead.

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