Three of the eight countries that will participate in the women’s national golf competition, the Hanwha Life Plus International Crown, have changed players. Choi Hye-jin joined Korea instead of Park Min-ji, and Shibuno Hinako qualified for Japan.
On the 12th (Korean time), the LPGA (LPGA) announced the status of updating players for the Hanwha Life Plus International Crown. The tournament, in which 8 countries, including Korea, the United States, Japan, Thailand, Sweden, England, Australia and China, participate, and the top 4 players from each country, based on the women’s golf world rankings announced on April 3, are eligible to participate. In Korea, Park Min-ji, who had expressed her intention to not participate in the International Crown due to overlapping domestic tour schedules, was replaced by Choi Hye-jin, who was next in line. According to the official announcement, Korea will challenge for a second straight victory in the Hanwha Life Plus International Crown with four LPGA tour members, including Ko Jin-young, Kim Hyo-joo, Jeon In-ji, and Choi Hye-jin.
Also, in Japan, Hinako Shibuno joined instead of Miyu Yamashita.카지노사이트 Hinako Shibuno, winner of the 2019 AIG Women’s Open, will be a member of Team Japan along with Nasa Hataoka, Ayaka Furue and Saso Yuka. In China, two people have changed. Previously, Haruka Morita and Yu-ting Xi were replaced by Yu-yu Liu and Luxin Liu, and together with Xiyu Lin and Luoning Yin, they will represent China. The United States, Thailand, Sweden, England, and Australia will participate in the Hanwha LifePlus International Crown without any changes. The competition will be held at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco, California for four days from the 5th of next month.