Park Geun-hyeon unintentionally revealed her white jade skin in the first round of the Daewoo Women’s Open (total prize money of 1 billion won, winner’s prize money of 180 million won) at Daewoo Montver CC in Pocheon, Gyeonggi-do, on July 7.

Park, Choi Eun-woo, and Kim Min-byul teed off in a group from the 10th tee at 8:05 a.m. Kim’s first shot landed in the 260-yard fairway, while Choi’s second shot went into the 237-yard rough. Park’s third shot landed in the 243-yard fairway.

The three players went for their second shots. Park, who had the lead, suddenly closed his eyes. The intense sun was reflecting off the windshield of a cart parked on the left side of the 10th tee. Park closed his eyes for a moment, but he didn’t frown, just closed them slightly.

It was a moment that revealed the sharp features and flawless white jade skin of Park, who is often referred to as the “doll of the field.스포츠토토

Park won a gold medal in the individual event and a silver medal in the team event at the 2014 Incheon Asian Games, was the No. 1 seed in the KLPGA Regular Tour, finished second in the 2015 NH Investment & Securities Championship and Hite Jinro Championship, won the 2018 SK networks-Seoul Economic Ladies Classic, and finished second in the 2023 Chris F&C 45th KLPGA Championship.

Park closes her eyes against the strong sun.

After hitting her tee shot, Park looks at the ball with a serious expression.

Park, nicknamed “the doll on the field,” shows a slight smile.

In the 2023 season, she is aiming for a win after finishing second at the Chris F&C 45th KLPGA Championship and fifth at the Celltrion Queens Masters.

Meanwhile, Hwang Yoo-min shot a 6-under-par 66 in the third and final round of the Daewoo Women’s Open (total prize money of 1 billion won) at the Brentan-Ette Course (Par 72) at Daewoo Montver Country Club in Pocheon on Monday.

Tied with Kim Min-byul at 13-under-par 203, Hwang birdied the first hole of the final round to beat Kim and take home her first title on the regular tour, earning 180 million won in prize money.

Hwang, who rose to prominence while playing for the South Korean national team as an amateur, made her debut on the regular tour this season through the seeding system after playing on the Jump Tour (3rd) and Dream Tour (2nd) last year.

Hwang, who had previously competed in 12 tournaments and recorded top-10 finishes at the Korea Women’s Open (9th) and the McCall-Mona Yongpyong Open (8th), claimed her first career victory at this event.

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