South Korean golfer Kim Sei-young breaks records to win 7th LPGA title, Kevin Na wins 2nd PGA title

  • 6 years ago
김세영, LPGA 사상 최초 30 언더파 + 케빈 나, 7년만의 PGA 우승

Another Korean golfer makes history.
By winning another LPGA tournament, Kim Sei-young... now adds to her shelf, a seventh career title.
Meanwhile on the men's side, Korean American Kevin Na ... took home his second PGA cup in seven years.
For details we turn to our Seo Bo bin.

Kim Sei-young won the Thornberry Creek LPGA Classic in a sensational, record breaking style. Kim finished at 7-under-par on Sunday in the final round for a four-day total of 31-under-par. Her 257 shots was a new 72-hole scoring record in the LPGA tour, breaking the previous record which was held by herself and Annika Sorenstam.

Kim Sei-young became the first player in LPGA Tour history to go better than 30-under-par at the Thornberry Creek LPGA Classic.

This was Kim's first LPGA win this season and the seventh win by a South Korean during this season's LPGA tour.

On the men's side…

Korean-born American Kevin Na won his first PGA title in seven years on Sunday at the Greenbrier Classic.

Na fired a 6-under-par score of 64 for a four day total of 261, 19-under-par and five strokes ahead of second place for his second career win.

Seo Bo-bin, Arirang News.