“Introducing yourself in Japanese…” Park Min-ji, a strong impression from the first appearance
Park Min-ji (25), who is aiming to compete overseas, will compete in a tournament in Japan for the first time.
Park Min-ji will participate in the World Ladies Championship Salon Pas Cup (total prize money of 120 million yen), a major tournament of the JLPGA Tour, held at Nishi Course (par 72) at the Ibaraki Golf Club in Japan for four days from the 4th.
This is the first JLPGA Tour event for Minji Park, who is determined to experience her overseas experiences in various ways. The Salon Pas Cup is a major tournament on the JLPGA Tour. Kim Ha-neul won in 2017 and Shin Ji-ae in 2018.
Befitting Park Min-ji, who has won 12 victories on the Korean Women’s Professional Golf (KLPGA) tour over the past two years, the JLPGA Tour has tied Yuri Yoshida, Mao Saigo, and Min-ji Park in a group. Yoshida is Shin Yego, who won two wins on her debut in her 2020-21 season, and Saigo is also a Japanese national women’s golfer who has won five JLPGA tour victories 크크크벳.
The JLPGA Tour shed light on Minji Park’s first match, saying, “I have enough professionalism and know etiquette.” I was surprised,” he said.