WHILE Harmie Constantino and Daniella Uy look to carry their brewing rivalry to the following degree in the ICTSI Villamor Philippine Masters on Wednesday on the Villamor Golf Club, younger Korean Kim Seo Yun mounts her marketing campaign for the elusive first win on the Ladies Philippine Golf Tour.
Runner-up to newbie Rianne Malixi at Riviera final October and to Pauline del Rosario at Caliraya Springs final month, Kim additionally moved into title competition at Luisita two weeks in the past however light with 5 bogeys in the first seven holes in the ultimate spherical and ended up fifth after a 78.
“The final Luisita event was actually disappointing. The final day was actually aggravating. All my pictures have been a large number. Nevertheless, I believe it’s some extent the place I can attempt once more,” mentioned Kim.
There’s actually no approach to go for the 16-year-old campaigner however up and he or she labored on her irons in the course of the break in pursuit of one other crack on the crown in the P1 million championship.
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“I’m training my iron pictures intensively. I’m additionally paying loads of consideration on my recreation to reduce my errors,” added Kim, who can be joined by compatriot Yang Juyoung and amateurs Lee Jiwon Nam Eunhua in the 54-hole occasion put up by ICTSI.
While the locals, significantly Constantino who calls the flat however demanding format residence, have the proverbial native information, Kim stays hopeful of her possibilities for a breakthrough in the event organized by Pilipinas Golf Tournaments, Inc. and held side-by-side with the boys’s tour.
“I haven’t performed at Villamor but. But I heard that the fairways are slender, so I do know that the tee-shot is essential. I can’t cease in pursuing my objective and I’ll at all times do my greatest to attain it.”
So do Constantino and Uy, who’re tipped to dispute the crown once more after figuring in a duel at Luisita with the previous snaring the crown in sudden demise. Constantino additionally dominated the inaugural ICTSI Villamor Match Play Invitational final November.
But the remainder of the bidders, together with high native newbie Mafy Singson, are additionally all equipped for a shot on the title on a good course which favors no explicit participant and which places emphasis on accuracy and ball management, together with Chihiro Ikeda, Marvi Monsalve, Florence Bisera, Pamela Mariano and the regular Sarah Ababa.
Completing the compact forged are Sheryl Villasencio, Gretchen Villacencio, Lovelynn Guioguio, Lucy Landicho, Eva Miñoza, Kristine Fleetwood, Apple Fudolin, Majorie Pulumbarit and Monica Mandario.