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2022 Jing-Mao Ladies Open
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2022 Taiwan LPGA Tour | Jing Mao Ladies Open 8 – 10 Jun Final-Round Recap
Date:2022-06-10

Lee Hsin (李欣) captured third TLPGA Tour win at the NT$3 million Jing Mao Ladies Open. She saw off the challenge from fellow overnight leader Wu Chia-Yen (吳佳晏), carding a 1-under 71 on Friday to win by one shot on 2-under. The win is worth NT$550,000.

This is also the second victory for Lee this season after her claiming the WPG Ladies Open in May, both TLPGA Tour top-tier events. Lee’s first career victory was at the 36-hole YTS & Suncity Heritage Tour in 2018, her fourth year as a pro.

“I felt more nerves this time than when I was playing at WPG. Chia-Yen is a great player. She was very aggressive today so I had to push extra harder,” Lee said, who was just one shot up multiple times in the final stretch. “Any shot could be costly.”

Lee and Wu both started the round on 1-under. Keeping with her high-percentage golf this week, Lee made for herself three birdies on the front nine to gain the initiative. On the 8th hole, Lee sank a birdie from 45 feet away, which in her own words was a true “confidence booster”, putting her in solo lead and two shots clear at the turn.

Wu, the 2021 year-end no.1 who is also seeking her second title in 2022, grabbed a birdie on the 10th hole to get to just one-shot off of the pace, but a three-putt bogey on the 12th dragged her back. Wu again tried to stir things up with a 10-feet birdie on the 15th, and should she put in her par putt on the 16th, she would have leveled the game as Lee left with a bogey. But Wu missed her chance as well.

On the 18th hole, Wu hit the left green with quite a distance to go. She punched it past the hole by three feet, leaving a three-foot par putt to make. Meanwhile, Lee needed three shots to finally arrive at the green, missed her first putt, which left the door open for Wu to force a play-off. However, Wu missed the crucial par putt again. Lee needed 30 putts in the final round, while Wu needed 33, which made the main difference. “I couldn’t really get close to the pin. It was difficult for me to really add up the pressure on Lee Hsin but I did my best I could,” said Wu.

Chen Yi-Ju (陳俋儒) wrapped up with 5-over 221 to take the low amateur honor, which will give a great boost to her World Amateur Golf Rankings. “This is a memorable week for me. First time I finished as the lowest amateur. I’ll continue to work hard and hopefully next time I’m going to be the lowest of all and not just among the amateurs,” said Chen.

Title sponsor, Jing Mao Construction CEO announced a NT$2.98 million charity fund on the prize ceremony, which will be used to support the tuition for Taoyuan’s local students.

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