On the 23rd, Kim Saeromi, Ji Han-sol and Lee So-mi started as a group in the third round of the Nexen and St. Nine Masters 2022 (total prize money of 800 million won, winning prize of 144 million won) at Gaya Country Club (par 72, 6,813 yards) in Gimhae, Gyeongsangnam-do.
The three players, who hit a powerful tee shot on the first hole, moved for the second shot. Kim Saeromie made a head start. Lee So-mi and Ji Han-sol gathered to pose for photographers.
To Kim Saeromi, who was 3m ahead, Lee So-mi and Ji Han-sol said, “Saeromi unnie.” “Saeromi,” she called Kim Saeromi. However, Kim Saeromi couldn’t hear her call at the sound of many galleries moving. 스포츠토토탑
When the two players called out Kim Saeromi even louder, they looked back and posed affectionately after the three players gathered in one place. Moving to the second shot after posing, Lee So-mi, the youngest of the three players, said she called her sister (Kim Saeromi) and pointed her finger at Ji Han-sol.
Ji Han-sol is the oldest of the three players (born in 1996), so Lee So-mi played a prank of passing the responsibility (?) on to the oldest. After such a pleasant prank, the three players moved vigorously for the second shot.
Meanwhile, in the final fourth round of Nexen-Saint Nine Masters (total prize money of 800 million won), Yoo Hae-ran lifted the trophy with a total of 16-under 272. He took 144 million won in prize money with five individual wins, which he won in five months.
Kwon Seo-yeon came in second with 15-under 273, Jang Ha-na and Park Kyul tied for third with 14-under 274, Lee Ye-won and Choi Ye-rim tied for fifth with 13-under 275, Park Ji-young and Lee Seung-yeon tied for seventh with 12-under 276, and Lee Ga-young, Sung Yoo-jin, Ji Han-sol, Heo Da-bin and Lim Hee-jung tied for ninth with 11-under 277.