I'll throw the occasional Jump Tour result in here.
Still not used to their way of recording these results, but I was in error before regarding Je Won Lee.
What I thought was her first win was actually her winning the Q-School. She then won her first two events. At today's event, the third of the season, she finished fourth to Na Young Kim. Kim had a hole-in-one en route to victory. Na Young below:
What does a gal have to do to get a win on the Jump Tour?
18-year-old In A Yoon had THREE eagles in the first round and one in the second at this week's event!
But her 10 under total was still only good enough for second place behind Hyun Ju Chun, who finished at 11 under.
Yoon, who won the 2019 Korea Women's Amateur among her many amateur wins, is too young for the KLPGA, but plans on joining next year if she qualifies.
Some more about In A Yoon: her birthday is in May, 2003, so she just turned 18. She won the latest two-round Jump Tour qualifier last month, and has played in two events since, finishing third and now second. Looks like Ye Won Lee, who currently leads their money list with two wins in four starts, may have some serious competition!
Former ROY Eun Soo Jang lost her KLPGA card last year. She won this week's Dream Tour event in a playoff at 11 under. It was a rare three-rounder with a 200+ million won purse, huge for the Dream Tour! Congrats!
T6 Ye Won Lee (looks like she got bumped up from the Jump Tour?) T6 Sang Hee Han T10 Ina Yoon T23 Hyun Ju Yoo
I looked it up: Ye Won Lee played four events on the Jump Tour, with two wins, a 4th and a 2nd. This seems to have earned her a promotion to the Dream Tour in early June. She's played five events now on that tour. Hasn't won yet, but does have four top tens, including two thirds. Just a matter of time!
Meanwhile, Ina Yoon, who joined the Jump Tour when she turned 18 in May by winning the Q-School event, looks like she may have advanced, too. In her four Jump Tour starts she had a win, two seconds and a third. She's played 2 Dream Tour events this month, notching a 2nd and a 10th.