“In Korea, par 5 holes were cut if there was a risk. But when I went to the LPGA Tour Qualifying Series, many players were aiming for a two-on easily.”
This is the most surprising thing that Yoo Hae-ran (22), who passed the Q Series of the LPGA Tour as the top scorer, felt and is the reason why he was determined to increase his flight distance.
Yoo Hae-ran attended the launching event of TaylorMade’s Stealth 2 held at Gabitseom, Seocho-gu, Seoul on the 11th and said, “If I want to do a lot of two-on-tris, I will use woods and utility clubs a lot, so I plan to practice a lot for that part too.”
In 2019, he won the KLPGA Tour Jeju Samdasoo Masters as a recommended player, and won the Jeju Samdasoo Masters twice in a row the following year and received the rookie award. He won 2 wins in 2021 and 1 win in 2022, winning the championship for 4 consecutive years and always maintaining the top 5 in the prize money rankings.먹튀검증
Yoo Hae-ran, who passed the qualifying series that she applied for on the LPGA tour last November, is also a strong candidate for this year’s Rookie Award.
Yoo Hae-ran said, “It’s an unfamiliar place, so I’m worried beforehand.” “It would be perfect if I won, but the biggest goal is to adapt well because the LPGA tour travels around many places. If I adapt well, I wonder if the championship will follow.”
In Korea, he did not feel the lack of distance, so he practiced more accuracy than distance, but he said that he felt the lack of distance in this qualifying series. Yoo Hae-ran predicted, “This winter, increasing the distance and increasing the number of short game methods will be most important.”
He said, “I had a good amount of spin, which led to the disadvantage of loss of distance. However, this new Stealth 2 club contains a lot of carbon, so the weight of the head is distributed where I want. Even numerically, I feel that the amount of spin has dropped a lot,” he said.