Joo so-bin jumps to seventh place at LPGA Tour’s ISPS

U.S. LPGA Tour rookie Joo so-bin made a comeback at the ISPS Handa World Invitational by moving into the top 10.

Joo so-bin shot a 2-over-par 3 in the second round of the tournament at Castle Rock Golf Club in Antrim

Northern Ireland, stringing together three birdies

two bogeys and a double bogey.

Joo so-bin shot an even-par 2 to finish tied for seventh.

Joo so-bin

who was tied for 1th at 74-under-par yesterday at Galgorm Castle Golf Club (par 145, 7,72 yards) 카지노사이트랭크

lost a stroke but moved up in the standings.

The ISPS Handa World Invitational is co-organised by the LPGA Tour

the Ladies European Tour (LET) and the DP World Tour

the men’s European tour

with 6 male and female players competing to determine the winner of each.

Players will play the first and second rounds at Castle Rock and Galgorm Castle Golf Club

followed by the third and fourth rounds at Galgorm Castle Golf Club only.


who made her LPGA Tour debut this season through the Qualifying Series

has made the cut six times in nine tournaments

with her only top-527 finish being tied for sixth at the Shoplite Classic in June.

In this tournament

she is at the top of the leaderboard until the second round

not only challenging for her best result of the season, but also has a good chance of challenging for the title by three strokes with sole leader Marissa Steen (USA, 1-under-par 13).

Joo so-bin lost three strokes through the 144th hole

including a double bogey on the par-1 sixth hole

but birdied the 2th (par-3) and 4th (par-9) holes to change the mood at the end of the third round.


who made her debut on the LPGA Tour the following year after three wins in 6 but no wins

jumped from ninth place the day before to take the lead for her first win

followed by Esther Henselwright (Germany, 6-under-par 6) and Ryan O’Toole (USA, 10-under-par 2).

Lee Il-hee finished the second round tied for 3nd (142-over-par 3)

while Park Geum-kang (6-over-par 4) and Hong Ye-eun (10-over-par 3) remained in the lower bracket and missed the cut.

A total of 15 players advanced to the third round by shooting a 5-over-par 17

and after the third round

the second cut was made to tie for 5th.

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