Ji Han-sol won the title as a come-from-behind electrode in the last four holes of the fourth round of the “Jeju Samdasoo Masters” (total prize money of 900 million won, prize money of 162 million won) at Elysian Jeju Country Club (par 72/6,654 yards, main line of 6,684 yards) on Jeju Island on the 7th.
Oh Ji-hyun, Yoo Hae-ran, Lee So-mi, Hwang Jung-mi and Kim Hee-joon, who finished before the final championship group, were holding water guns prepared by the organizers one by one. The players showed meticulousness by shooting water guns in advance and even practicing aiming.
When Ji Han-sol birdied the last hole to confirm the victory, the players all approached Ji Han-sol. Park Hyun-kyung and Choi Ye-rim, who played with Ji Han-sol, celebrated fiercely by shooting the prepared water gun at Ji Han-sol with a water bottle.
Ji Han-sol was also embarrassed by the first water gun celebration and said, “Stop spraying,” but he didn’t seem to hate it. 스포츠토토탑
In an interview after the game, Ji Han-sol said, “I doubted whether I could do it in the second half, and I feel really good to be here like this. There were many favorite holes left in the second half. I thought the flow came as a long-distance putt went in at the par-5 hole (15H). He then said, “I gained a lot of confidence by recording a birdie again at the par 3 hole (16H).”
Ji Han-sol, who recorded three wins in his career, received 162 million won in prize money, and takes a week of honey-flavored rest.