LPGA golf player Kim Hyo-joo will jump start at the Sentosa Golf Club in Singapore on Thursday to safeguard her HSBC Women’s World Championship title, close by No. 1 Ko Jin-youthful, No. 5 Kim Sei-youthful and negative. 6 Park In-honey bee.
Following a drawn out break, the LPGA Tour is entering a fourteen day Asian swing, and their first stop is at the Sentosa Golf Club in Singapore for the fourteenth release of the HSBC Women’s World Championship – the fourth occasion of the period.
In 2021, Kim Hyo-joo won her first prize on the course since the 2016 Pure Silk-Bahamas LPGA Classic. She had begun the last round with a five-stroke shortfall yet had the option to pull off an intruder free 64 during the last round to pull one stroke ahead second place Hannah Green of Australia.
Kim Hyo-joo to Defend Title
Last time around, Kim Hyo-joo needed to stand by in the clubhouse with three gatherings actually left to complete their rounds. Being the laid-back and loosened up golf player she is, Kim Hyo-joo was seen eating and chatting with companions while sitting tight for her rivals’ outcomes.
Green eventually sneaked through the last two openings and Kim was the one to secure the prize, one stroke in front of Green.
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