Home feat for Hana Jang: a South Korean golfer wins the
usually LPGA Tour contest to take place in her home nation on the
third additional hole.
The hero is rewarded with 300,000 US dollars, out of a
sum esteem account of dual million US dollars
70,394 spectators attend a reward eventuality during a
LPGA International Busan.
- Kristen Gillman (USA) hits a hole-in-one to win a BMW 7 Series.
Busan. A birdie during a third additional hole saw South Korea’s
Hana Jang start a celebrations by claiming a home win in the
BMW Ladies Championship during a
LPGA International Busan. The 27-year-old had 269 strokes
(-19) on her scorecard after 4 rounds, that put her turn with
Danielle Kang (USA). Jang took home a sum of 300,000 US dollars in
esteem income for her fifth pretension on a LPGA Tour.
constructed a shot of a tournament.
The American golfer strike a hole-in-one on a second turn to
win one of 3 BMW Hole-in-One Awards, a BMW 7Series Sedan.
“Congratulations on Hana Jang’s winning during a usually one LPGA
contest in Korea,” pronounced Dr. Wolfgang Hacker, Head of Brand
Management of BMW Group Korea. “I would also like to demonstrate my
frank thankfulness to a galleries for their large support and applause
for entrance to a BMW Ladies Championship. BMW will continue to invest
and minister to a growth of a Korean golf sports industry.”
Jang (-7) and Kang (-8) constructed by distant a best performances on the
final day and both deserved to strech a play-off. They both recorded
standard twice on a 18th before streamer a third additional hole, a 10th.
Kang scored standard once again, while her South Korean competition went one
better, securing a biggest success of her career to date with a birdie.
Kristen Gillman annoyed furious celebrations during a second round.
The 13th hole (par 3) positively valid to be a propitious one for a US
golfer, who is personification her initial deteriorate on a LPGA Tour. The
22-year-old chalked adult a hole-in-one from 164 metres with a 4-hybrid
to win a BMW 7er Series Sedan.
“It was good to finally have my initial hole-in-one since it’s kind
of been a using fun between me and my friends that I’ve holed out a
lot of shots on standard 4s and standard 5s though never on a standard 3,” Gillman said.
“I didn’t even demeanour during a BMW 7 Series since we didn’t even know I
done a hole-in-one. When we asked my caddie, he said: ‘It’s a nicest
one. That’s a one we want.’”
However, nobody else claimed a dual other BMW Hole-in-One-Awards, a
BMW 8 array (hole 6) and a new BMW X7 (hole 16).