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Taiwan Mobile Ladies Open
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2021 Taiwan LPGA Tour |Taiwan Mobile Ladies Open 22 – 24 Dec Thursday Notes
Date:2021-12-23

New Zealand born Juliana Hung (洪玉霖) represents New Zealand, but both her parents are from Taiwan. Now studying in a local university, the 19-year-old was one of the top amateur players in the country before she turned pro in 2019. It was also in that year she was invited into an elite four-day training program in Orlando, U.S., by former World No.1 and her countrywoman Lydia Ko.

“Ko and I had competed in the same tournament, but that was the first time we had the chance to talk,” Hung remembered. “She felt far way, being the top player in the world, but after we talked, I felt she’s just so down-to-earth, happy and sad like all we’d feel, and she gave us the belief that we’ve all got the talent, but we need to work harder and always push for more, which are key to standing out.”

Hung is sitting just two shots off the lead in solo seventh after Thursday.

One “player” stood out in the second-round competition at the Taiwan Ladies Mobile Open at Tong Hwa. Lee Min (李旻), who was invited after she finished the round as a commentator for the delayed TV broadcast, shared an incident on the 15th hole where her playing partner Liu Shiao-Yun’s (劉少允) ball on the fairway was carried off by a dog which hustled into the scene.

The ball was finally put back to its original position and the play was resumed without penalty according to Rulebook 18-1. when a still ball is moved by an outside factor.
 

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