‘There was no fancy retirement ceremony’…But next to Choi Na-yeon, there were fans and Park Min-ji

Choi Na-yeon finished 70th in the final game of the KLPGA Tour season at Raviebel GC (par 72, 6,794 yards) in Chuncheon, Gangwon Province, with a total of 19 over par 235 strokes.

At the “BMW Ladies Championship” held in Wonju last month, Choi Na-yeon held both the LPGA Tour retirement ceremony and the retirement press conference, so there was no special event at KLPGA.

Choi Na-yeon, who finished 18 holes, unfortunately finished at the same time as the championship group, so there was no time to face her juniors due to the awards ceremony, so the juniors approached her senior Choi Na-yeon during the first, second, and third rounds of practice to cheer and celebrate her second start in life.

However, Choi Na-yeon had fans who spent 18 holes in the pouring rain and cold. After the game, Choi Na-yeon took a commemorative photo with the fans who were waiting for her and thanked them by shaking hands and hugging one by one.

Choi Na-yeon said, “I am grateful to the fans who supported me and stayed with me until the end despite the bad weather.”

Park Min-ji rushed to Choi Na-yeon, who was saying goodbye to fans. Park Min-ji, who won six games this season, moved hurriedly after the awards ceremony and press conference.

Park Min-ji hugged Choi Na-yeon and said, “You’ve done a great job.” Choi Na-yeon also tapped Park Min-ji on the shoulder, saying, “Thank you.”

In the winning interview, Park Min-ji also expressed respect for Choi Na-yeon, who is retiring, and wished her a second life. 스포츠토토탑

Choi turned professional in 2004 and won nine LPGA Tour titles and six KLPGA titles, including the 2012 U.S. Women’s Open In 2010, she won the LPGA money award and the lowest at-bats award.

Meanwhile, Park Min-ji won the “SK Shielders-SK Championship” with a final total of 9-under 207. Park Min-ji recorded the most wins as an active player with six wins in the season and 16 wins in her career. In addition, Park Min-ji surpassed 5 billion won in total prize money for the second time after Jang Ha-na with a total prize money of 5,38469,740 won.

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