Again A Lim Kim and Hye Jin Choi had decent front nines and so, so back nines. Edit: A Lim Kim front nine three birdies, one bogey no birdies back nine. Hye Jin Choi had three birdies front nine two bogeys one birdie back nine. It not that the back nine was playing hard, Ally Ewing five birdies and Xiyu Lin four birdies no bogeys.
Jeongeun Lee6 rescued her round after one birdie two bogeys front nine with four birdies one bogey back nine. Probably not the result she was looking for after the second round, but solo fourth is pretty dern good.
I thought that Sung Hyun Park was starting to climb back up. But she had four bogeys and no birdies . Maybe just a glitch, there are signs that she is playing better.
I have nothing against the players that was at the top of the Leader Board. But when I checked the scores I knew that if a Korean golfers wasn't at the top they wouldn't be shown. It would be the Leaders Henderson and Fassi. I am very disappointed with the LPGA and Golf Channel for ignoring the Korean golfers. Even if they start out in the top four they may be shown, but let them drop one or two spots, forget it. It would give them a reason to ignore them.
The third round they showed an Amateur that was minus two, WHY!!! when there were other golfers being ignored Also take a look at the interviews and highlights, Jeongeun Lee6 was only giving a Cameo because she shot sixty three,
I have nothing against the players that was at the top of the Leader Board. But when I checked the scores I knew that if a Korean golfers wasn't at the top they wouldn't be shown. It would be the Leaders Henderson and Fassi.
You knew no matter how Fassi played on Sunday she was going to get a lot of coverage and fawning commentary. On Saturday, one of the first things Grant did was call Fassi a superstar. I mean, really? By what standard? It's so frustrating to see Major winners ignored so they can play up whatever American or Chosen One is in the field.
That's why the second I saw the leaderboard I chucked it in. Yeah, there was a two-horse race, but it was clear to me instantly that Ewing was going to win. When you see enough of these, you can read the situation pretty quickly. And with Six and A Lim 6 shots back, they were going to be mostly ignored, even if they were in the top five all day.
Regarding earlier PANICKY comments in this thread about Major League Minjee going into a "slump" (OMG, have you seen her 2022 results on lpga.com?), well, maybe she bought into this malarkey, too ... looks like a "professional courtesy" lesson last Friday.
2022 Kroger Queen City Championship 12:57 p.m.: Min Jee Lee speaks with Shawn Costello, Kenwood Country Club director of golf, while warming up. (Photo: Albert Cesare/The Enquirer)