Golf Shibuno Domestic tour record stops September 13 17:36
Shibuno Hinuko, who made a new domestic tour record for women's golf on the 12th, had no consecutive overparing rounds, dropped three scores in the second round on the 13th, and has continued for 29 rounds since June. It was stopped.
Shibuno, a 20-year-old, went around the first round with 2 unders at the Japan Women's Professional Golf Championship in Miki City, Hyogo Prefecture, and extended the round without continuous overpar to 29 on the domestic tour. After 1990, when the record remains, it became the first place alone.
Shibuno started from the 10th round in the second round on the 13th, and both the shot and putt were bad from the first half, and the 17th tee shot fell into the pond and became a double bogey. It was dropped.
In the latter half of the game, the golfers were not stable, such as hitting a continuous bogey immediately after taking birdies in No. 3 and No. 4, and the golf was going in and out.
The last 9 finished with birdies, but with 5 birdies, 6 bogies and 1 double bogey, the 2nd round was 3 over, and it was a continuous overrun of the domestic tour that continued from the end of June tournament. None ended in 29 rounds.
Shibuno “I feel like I ’m out of my mind”
Mr. Shibuno recalled on the 13th play, saying, “It was hard after a long time. The shot and putt were bad and I didn't expect to be in danger of losing the qualifying.
After that, about the fact that the record has stopped, “I think I was out of mind after updating yesterday.
It ’s a shame that we ’ve lost it, and 30 ca n’t help but want to go. I want to have fun and play for the remaining two days. "