None of the South Korean players reached the round of 16 at the Bank of Hope Match Play event on the US Women’s Professional Golf, LPGA Tour.
Kim Se-young drew with Cheyenne Knight of the United States in the third round of Group 13 on the fourth day of the tournament at Shadow Creek Golf Club in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
With one win, one draw and one loss, Kim failed to advance to the round of 16 behind Knight, who had two wins and one draw.
Kim was one shot away from victory until the 17th hole, when she dropped the final 18 holes to allow the match to be tied.메이저놀이터
If Kim had won the match, she would have been looking at a spot in the round of 16.
Lee, who was tied for first place in Group 2 after the second round of play, also lost heavily to Canada’s Brooke Henderson by four holes on the day to fall to 1-1, while in Group 2, American Sophia Schubert punched her ticket to the round of 16 with a 2-1 win.
In Group 7, Ji-Eun Shin of South Korea beat Linea Strom of Sweden by one hole to go 2 and 1 up, but it was Riona Maguire with three wins who reached the last 16.
Jihee Shin, who won this event last year, was eliminated in Group 8 after losing to Lynn Grant by two holes.
In Group 15, Hae-Ran Kim won by three holes in a head-to-head match-up with a South Korean player, making it 2 and 1, but Lindsey Weaver Wright, who won 2 and drew 1, made it through to the round of 16.