Grant, after Europe, will the United States be leveled?… Dana Open 3R 6 strokes 1st place

Lynne Grant (Sweden) is aiming for her first win on the LPGA Tour after 토토사이트conquering the European Women’s Professional Golf Tour (LET).

On the morning of the 16th (Korean time), Grant scored 9 under par 62 in the third round of the LPGA Tour Dana Open (total prize money: $1.75 million) held at Highland Meadows Golf Club (par 71) in Sylvania, Ohio, USA. Grant’s median total of 18-under-par 195 put her in the lead by six strokes over her tied-second group.

She won four wins in the 2022 LET, winning her Rookie of the Year and the Grand Prize at the same time, and was evaluated as having no rival in European women’s golf. She says that Grant entered the LPGA Tour last year, so she is not considered a rookie. However, due to not being vaccinated against covid-19, she could not enter the United States, so she competed in only six competitions held outside the United States. Grant expanded her LPGA Tour competition this year when the U.S. government allowed foreigners who have not been vaccinated against Corona 19 to enter the country.

She attracted attention with a semifinal at the Bank of Hope Match Play, where she tied for 20th at the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship. She also fell short of expectations at the US Women’s Open, where she finished tied for 53rd, but had a chance to win in her fourth mainland U.S. event.

Grant posted 8 birdies and 1 eagle. In particular, her second shot was sucked into the hole on the 11th hole (par 4), and she was selected as the best shot of the day. However, she was teetering on the 16th hole (par 4) when her second shot went into the bunker and she lost one stroke.

The joint second place group included US Women’s Open champion Allison Kofuz (USA), Stephanie Kiriakwu (Australia), Matilda Castren (Sweden), Maria Passi (Mexico), and Emily Pedersen (Norway). Annie Park, a Korean-American who had been in the lead the day before, was sluggish with an even par, and was pushed back to a tie for 7th place (11 under par, 202 strokes) with Korean Australian Lee Min-ji by 7 strokes. Lee Jeong-eun tied for 14th (9 under par, 204 strokes), Yoo Hae-ran and Choi Hye-jin tied for 24th (6 under par, 207 strokes), and Ko Jin-young and Jeon In-ji tied for 31st (4 under par, 209 strokes).

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