On September 27th, Beijing time, 30-year-old South Korean athlete An Yongli achieved the second championship in the Women's Korean Tour in the Fantom Classic.
An Wei Li caught 4 birdies at the South Links Lingyan Country Club on Sunday, swallowed 1 bogey, shot 69, 3 under par, and handed over 206 (68-69-69) ), 10 strokes below par, 1 stroke ahead and won the championship check 120 million won.
It took 10 years to achieve the first women’s Korean Tour Championship in November last year, but it only took her 10 months to achieve the second championship. She shed tears with excitement.
At the beginning of the day, was tied for third place and was 2 shots behind. An Qili caught the third birdie of the day on the 10th hole and got a tie lead, but bogeyed on the 13th hole and slipped. She birdied again on the 14th hole, par-3, to take the lead and persisted to the end.
An Rongli realized that he had won after putting in a 1-meter putter on the 18th hole. "There is no leaderboard on the court, so I don't know that I'm in the lead. The caddy also told me to focus on birding and didn't tell me about the ranking," she said, "so I am not nervous."
An Rongji is one of the eight active players who have maintained the Women’s Korean Tour Card for 10 consecutive years. "According to the algorithm here, I am 31 years old. I am considered an old man," she said, "but this is my golden age, and I will retire after my tenth victory.
"I have a good relationship with 10. I won the first championship after 10 years and the second after 10 months. In addition, the first victory is the 10th event. I think I will win 10 eventually. Victorious."
In fact, An Yuli did not have a good record after winning the first time. There were 3 eliminations this year and 1 retiring. She admitted: "It seems that my swing adjustments after winning were incorrect. During the five weeks without a game, I went back to my previous coach and resumed my previous swing. In this game, I hit the ball. The accuracy is high."
In addition, she said that the goal for this year is two victories. "I have completed 50%," she said, "I hope I can win the next Grand Slam, because it is my main sponsor's event."
Jang Hana 69, Jang Soo with 68, Park Chae Yoon 67, Many Bin 67, Kim Woo Ingot 69, 1 shot behind, tied for second place.
张汉娜（Jang Hana）69，张苏（Jang Soo）68，朴彩允（Park Chae Yoon）67，曼本（Many Bin）67，金佑元宝（Kim Woo Ingot）69，落后1杆，并列第二。
South Korean star Choi Hye Jin tied for tenth with 209, 7 under par.
Jin Xiaozhou 211 (73-67-71), 5 strokes lower than the standard, and tied in the 20th position.