After earning her first top-10 finish in a major at the recently concluded 78th U.S. Women’s Open, South Korea’s Hae Ran Lee is confident about the rest of the season.

The South Korean will compete in the Dana Open on the Women’s Professional Golf (LPGA) Tour, which begins on Thursday (July 14) at the par-71 Highland Meadows Golf Club in Sylvania, Ohio, USA.

After tying for eighth place in her last event, the U.S. Women’s Open, Hae-ran plans to carry that momentum into the Dana-Farber Cup. “About three weeks before the U.S. Women’s Open, I didn’t play that well,” she told the LPGA Tour. I missed the cut at the ShopRite and KPMG tournaments, and I didn’t feel good enough to think, ‘Why am I doing this? I think it’s starting to get better,” she said.

After regaining her confidence at the US Women’s Open, Hae-ran said, “I think it was a good finish because it was my first major top 10, but I still have a lot to work on. I’m young and inexperienced, so I have a lot to learn. If I can fill in the gaps before the major tournaments, I think there is still a place where I can improve and go up.”메이저사이트

‘Major Queen’ Inji Jeon shared her determination for the two major tournaments following the Dana Open.

“There are two majors left (Evian Championship and AIG Women’s Open), so I hope I can do well. Evian is the tournament where I hold the record for lowest score, so I’m motivated every time I go there. And the AIG Women’s Open is a career grand slam, so that’s a big motivator. I will prepare well and try to repay my supporters with a good performance.”

When asked about the pressure of a career grand slam, she said, “I don’t have a lot of pressure yet. I will prepare for the tournament by focusing on how I can perform well as a player and how I can finish with better shots.” Jeon is one tournament away from a career Grand Slam, having won the 2015 U.S. Open, 2016 Evian Championship and 2022 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship.

JTBC Golf will provide live coverage of all rounds of the tournament, with the first round starting at 4 a.m. on Thursday.

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