In Gee Chun returned to Japan this week to once again tee it up at the Japan Womens Open Championship, which she won in 2015. This time round, Chun secured a top 5 finish, maintaining what has been a very consistent, although still winless season.
Jiyai Shin was right in contention from day one and ended up in the runner up position by herself, and incredible 8 shots behind the runaway winner Nasa Hataoka.
Hye Jin Choi also enjoyed another solid week, finishing 9th. It won’t be too long before Choi wins a national title and many more victories seem inevitable for the 18 year old, who is oozing with talent.
Ha Neul Kim had a disappointing final day, which saw her slip down the leaderboard from a very promising position prior to the round. Sky eventually finished T-23rd.
Bo Mee Lee was another one to endure a nightmare Sunday, which saw her slip to T-46th. Lee will be determined to make amends at the Ladies Stanley Golf Tournament up next; a title she won in 2015 and finished runner up in last year.
First up, I suppose I better say hello and thank you for visiting my website, whoever you are. I teach, I write, I caddy, I write, I travel, I write. Mostly, about golf if that interests you. Usually interviews for various publications and blog about my caddy adventures.