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Reigning Women’s Golf Champion Regrets Missed Opportunities

Saitama, Japan, August 5 (Yonhap) - Reigning women's golf champion Park In-bee was unable to take advantage of her advantage this Thursday in the

Saitama, Japan, August 5 (Yonhap) – Reigning women’s golf champion Park In-bee was unable to take advantage of her advantage this Thursday in the second round of the Tokyo Olympics tournament at the Club from Kasumigaseki Field, in Saitama, north of the Japanese capital.

After throwing one under par after 70 shots on Thursday, and falling three under par in the overall standings, 10 shots behind leader Nelly Korda of the United States, Park lamented that he missed a couple of shots and didn’t get enough. putts.

Park bogey par 4 of the 18th hole for the second day in a row. The golfer has never been a long hitter and hitting just a par on the 399-yard (364.8-meter) hole has been a challenge.

Park, who makes up for his lack of length stroke with an excellent putt, has been struggling this week with his putter, the golf club used to push the ball into the hole.

The golfer said that so far, not even well-hit putts have gone in and that it’s a shame her putt and shots didn’t come out the way she wanted.

As for fighting the stifling conditions in the first two rounds, Park said he was better this day than the day before. “I just have to hang on,” he added.