What is the final record and performance of Honda LPGA Thailand? … Choi Hye-jin, Kim Se-young, Kim Hyo-joo, Ko Jin-young, Yang Hee-young, Yoo Hae-ran, Patty Tabatanakit, etc

Among the 72 players, 71 players, excluding Knight (USA), completed the final round while abstaining after the first round match.

In the competition, participants shot an average of 70.223 in the first round, 69.831 in the second round, 69.971 in the third round, and 69.776 in the final round, respectively. The four-day average was 69.951.

At Hole 17 (par 4), which was played the hardest on the final day, he had an average of 4.211 pars, with only six birdies, 19 bogeys and one double bogey. At Hole 15 (par 4), which was relatively the easiest, he recorded an average of 3.423 pars. Six eagles in the final round were recorded at the hole, and while 36 birdies were poured out, there were no more than three bogeys and two double bogeys.

Patty Tabatanakit of Thailand, who scored a total of 21 under par 267 (67-67-66-67), won the title with four days of stable play, becoming the owner of $255,000 in prize money.

It was her second career LPGA Tour victory in about three years after winning the Chevron Championship (then ANA Inspiration) in 2021. It was 1,057 days as of date.

Tabatanakit had an average fairway landing rate of 71.4% and a green hit rate of 80.6% in the first to fourth rounds, and putts on green hit were 1.67.

“Alban Valenzuela (Switzerland), who finished second after hitting 63 strokes to tie for the lead in the clubhouse, was one stroke behind and 20 under par.”

Her first win was postponed, but she won the runner-up prize of $158,182 for her new career record on the LPGA Tour. The previous record for Valenzuela was tied for fourth place at the 2023 Chevron Championship and ShopRite LPGA Classic.

The final round of 63 is also the lowest fourth-round record on the tour since Madeleine Sakstrom (63) at the 2023 Buick LPGA Shanghai tournament.

Kim Se-young and Choi Hye-jin tied at 18 under par and received $101,759 each.

Choi Hye-jin’s best performance since tying for third at the Buick LPGA Shanghai last year. She also ranked in the top three for the eighth time in her career. She recorded the most serve pars this week (25).

This is Kim’s second time in the Honda LPGA Thailand (2017), and her third time in the tournament to be in the top five (joint fifth in 2015). It is her first time in the top 10 since the Wal-Mart NW Arkansas Championship (joint third place) in 2023.

Kim Hyo-joo, who did not go well in the final round, tied for fifth with Natakrita Wongtawirab (Thailand), who finished second in the tournament last year at 17 under par.

The winner Tabatanakit, Kim Hyo-joo and Japan’s Saso Yuka, tied for 16th, shot their 60s for four days this week. Notably, Kim also recorded the smallest number of 72 hole putts (103) at this year’s event. On the last day, she recorded 21 putts.

World No. 1 Lilia Bu (USA) tied for seventh with her hindsight.

Yoo Hae-ran tied for ninth at 15-under par in the second year, ranking in the top 10 with Brooke Henderson (Canada) and Charawe Bunchan (Thailand). As a competition held in Thailand, Thai players took three of the top 12 players up to joint ninth, and four more Korean players were listed.

Ariya Jutanugarn (Thailand), the winner of the 2021 tournament, and Lin Shiyu (China), the runner-up in 2022, finished tied for 13th place at 14-under par.

Shin Ji-eun tied for 18th at 12-under par, tying with amateur player Subicaya Vinnychadam (Thailand), who participated at the invitation of the sponsor.

Ko Jin-young, ranking sixth in the world after her debut match in the 2024 season, finished 11 under par to tie for 20th with Lee Mi-hyang and Danielle Kang of the U.S. Ko Jin-young’s four-day average penetration rate on fairways was 76.8 percent and 63.9 percent on green accuracy rate, which caused her iron shots to falter. When hitting the green, she had 1.57 putts.

Yang Hee-young, who accumulated three wins in Honda LPGA Thailand, finished tied for 23rd with Annarin by writing 10 under par.

Kim A-rim tied for 41st at 7-under and Ji Eun-hee tied for 49th at 5-under.

Celine Boutier (France), ranking third in the world, tied for 49th at five under par, and Yin Luoning (China), ranking fourth in the world, tied for 58th at three under par.

In addition, the lowest daily shots are 64 for Gen Beiwin in the first round, 65 for Ariya Jutanugarn and Alvan Valenzuela in the second round, 64 for Zanneti Wan-Nassen in the third round, and 63 for Alvan Valenzuela in the final round.

This week’s lowest nine-hole shot is 29, which Choi Hye-jin recorded in the fourth round of in-course. The lowest 18-hole shot is 63, for Albanese. The lowest 36-hole shot is 134, which was written by Kim Se-young, Patti Tabatanakit, and Madeleine Sakstrom, and the lowest 54-hole shot is 200, for Tabatanakit.

Choi Hye-jin made the most sub-pars in this competition, with 25 holes. In addition, Choi Hye-jin, Kim Hyo-joo, Kim Se-young, Ko Jin-young, Tavatanakit, and Jutanugarn had the most birdies in this competition, with a total of six.

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