Thailand has reached the top of the LPGA Tour women’s national golf competition.먹튀검증
Thailand won three victories over Australia in the final of the Hanwha Life Plus International Crown held at TPC Harding Park (par 72) in San Francisco, California on the 8th (Korean time). On this day, Thailand won all three matches, including two single matches and one foursome match.
This is Thailand’s first win in the tournament, which started in 2014 and celebrated its 4th this year. Thailand ranked 5th in 2014, 7th in 2016 and 4th in 2018.
Thailand, which was seeded 6 and competed in this year’s tournament, also recorded the record for winning the lowest seed. The previous lowest-seeded winner was Spain, which was seeded 5 and became the first champion.
In this year’s tournament, Thailand’s rookie of the year at the LPGA Tour, Ataya Titikkun, and former world No. 1 Ariya Jutanugarn, her older sister Moriya Jutanugarn, and Pata Tabathanakit were among the players.
From the group stage, he showed off his overwhelming skills. Thailand, who recorded six victories in the group stage, won the semifinal against the United States 2-1 that day. The Jutanugarn sisters advanced to the final by winning by one hole in a foursome match between Nelly Korda and Daniel Kang.
Thailand competed against Australia for the trophy in the final. Australia advanced to the final after beating Sweden three times in the semifinals. The finals were bland. In Thailand, Titikkun won Stephanie Kiriaku by 4 holes, and Tabathanakit also defeated Hannah Green by 4 holes.
The Jutanugarn sisters also secured a perfect victory by winning by 4 holes with 3 holes left in the foursome against Minjee Lee and Camp Sara. Thailand recorded an overwhelming record of 11 wins and 1 loss in this tournament.
The Jutanugarn sisters won all five matches, including three preliminaries, semifinals and finals. His younger sister Aria was also voted the best player of the tournament.
In the 3rd-4th place match, the USA defeated Sweden 2-1 and finished the tournament in 3rd place.
On the other hand, Korea, with Ko Jin-young, Jeon In-ji, Kim Hyo-joo and Choi Hye-jin, tried to win the championship for the second time in a row following 2018. However, in the group stage, they were eliminated early with a lethargic appearance, recording all four losses against Australia and Thailand.