Kim Ah-Rim Tied For 7th Place at The Evian Championship

Kim A-rim shot a 4-under 67 in the third round of the Amundi Evian Championship total prize money of $6.5 million, 8.3 billion won, the fourth major tournament of the LPGA Tour season, at Evian Resort Golf Club par 71 in Evian Levin, France, on the 29th. 토토 Kim A-rim, who had been tied for 19th until the previous day, shot a total of 5-under 208 for three days, jumping to joint 7th place with Korean-American player Alison Lee USA. It is six strokes behind Celine Butier France, 11-under-par), the sole No. 1 player.

Kim Ah-rim, who made her U.S. debut the following year after winning a surprise victory at the U.S. Women’s Open in December 2020, has since failed to add to the championship. Fourth place tied for fourth place in the Chevron Championship, the first major tournament of the season in April, is the best performance of the season. Butier, who cut four shots with five birdies and one bogey, beat second place Hataoka Nasa by three strokes to keep the top of the leaderboard for two consecutive days. If Boutier wins, he will be the first French champion in the tournament. Founded in 1994 as a Ladies European Tour LET tournament, the Evian Championship was promoted to a major tournament in 2013, and no French player has won it until last year.

2021 winner Lee Min-ji Australia and defending champion Brooke Henderson Canada were tied for third place at 7-under, while world No. 2 Nelly Koda (U.S.) was tied for fifth with Yuka Saso Japan at 6-under. Depending on the results of the tournament, there is a possibility that the rankings of No. 1 Ko Jin-young and No. 2 Koda will change. Ko Jin-young is tied for 30th in even par.

Kim Hyo-joo tied for 14th at 3-under-par, the second-highest ranking among South Korean players after Kim Ah-rim, while Yoo Hae-ran, who tied for 7th until the 2nd round, lost 5 strokes and fell to 39th place with 1 over par.

Kim Soo-ji and Park Min-ji, members of the Korea Ladies Professional Golf Association KLPGA Tour, tied for 23rd at 1-under and 53rd at 3-over, respectively.

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