Yoon In Na ‘played a perfect game’, carded nine birdies to share the lead

Returning to the field after nearly two years away from the game due to a suspension for playing foul ball, Yoon In In is quickly returning to her top form.

South Korea’s long-hitting queen Yoon In-na is quickly returning to her top form after firing a 9-under 63 in the first round of the Korean Ladies Professional Golf Association (KLPGA) Tour’s MediHill-Korea Daily Championship ($10 million purse) at the Club 72 Sky Course in Yeongjongdo, Incheon, on Wednesday.

She played a near-perfect round, carding nine birdies without a bogey.

The MediHill-Korea Daily Championship was Yoon’s second event since being released from her suspension.

She returned to the field at the Doosan E&C Weave Championship, which concluded on Aug. 8, and had an uneventful comeback, tying for 34th place.

On this day, Yoon’s game was cleaner than most.

The long-hitting Inna, who can hit 300 yards when she wants to, focused on accuracy rather than long shots, as evidenced by her average tee-to-tee distance of 244 yards, although she did hit one 287-yarder.

In 14 par-4 and par-5 holes, only two balls left the fairway, and her accurate tee shots led to accurate iron shots, missing the green only once.

A tee shot on the par-3 12th hole that left the fringe was the only time a player missed the green in regulation.

With the tournament committee enforcing a prefunded lie due to poor fairway conditions, it was more important than ever to keep the tee shot in the fairway.

She was able to pick it up, wipe it clean, and put it down on the fairway within a foot of the lie.

Of her nine birdies, only twice did Yoon sink a birdie putt that was longer than five meters.

Five of them were birdies from within two meters.

He was just as accurate with his birdies.

Her 63 tied the course record, but was not recognized as a course record due to the use of the prefunded rai.

Yoon In In said, “I definitely felt less nervous and under pressure than in my last tournament, which was my comeback. I still have some difficulties, but I also talk to my teammates,” she said, adding, “I felt like my body was stiffening up during the last tournament, but I felt more relaxed, which helped me play better.”

Her game has also improved.

“It’s better than last time, but I’m still not used to the distance,” said Yoon In-na, who complained about her poor putt in her first tournament.

“Especially in the middle of the tournament, I got excited and said to myself, ‘There are still a lot of holes left,’ which led to a good result,” said Yoon, who claimed to have practiced and trained 100 percent during her suspension.

Barely able to contain her excitement, Yun Ina said, “I don’t play to win. I don’t expect to win this tournament either. I’m just going to do my best with every 안전놀이터 shot and if something good happens, I’ll just be grateful for it,” she added.

“Tomorrow, I will play in the afternoon tee-off wind, so I will practice hitting the ball lower and play more calmly,” said Yoon, who played her first round in good conditions at the Club 72 without any of the sea breeze that plagues many players.

Kim Seo-yoon also shot a bogey-free 9-under 63 to join Yoon atop the leaderboard after the morning’s play.

Bae So-hyun followed with an 8-under 64, while Hong Ji-won, a two-time major winner including last year’s Korean Women’s Open, and rookie Im Ji-yoo shot 6-under 66 to round out the top five.

Bang Shin-sil had a solid first round with a 5-under 67, while Lee Ye-won fell short of expectations with a 1-under 71.

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