Princess Mary Superal Masters Simone Asia Pacific Cup Day 2
Princess Mary Superal

Jakarta, Princess Mary Superal won the top position in the second round leaderboard of the Simone Asia Pacific Golf tournament at Pondok Indah Golf Course, Jakarta, Friday (19/8/2022). Play 71 strokes or 1 under par. This Filipino golfer collected a total of 132 strokes or 7 under par. “I was very happy when I found out that I would be playing with So Yeon Ryu and Bomee Lee. I have known them for a long time, I often see them on television. I was very nervous, but I just wanted to learn from them and watch them play,” said Princess Mary.

Despite playing with two players she admires, Princess Mary still tries to focus on her own game. “I just think and focus on my game, so that helps me a lot. And that’s what I’m going to do for tomorrow’s match,” explained Princess Mary.

The 25-year-old golfer also has the potential to become the team category champion. Coupled with Pauline Del Rosario, they finished third, behind teams Korea 2 and Korea 1.

The second day of the match was tougher than the first day. In addition to the hot weather, the wind in the field is also quite strong. The best result was achieved by Hyo Joo Kim who scored 68 strokes at 4 under par. But on the temporary leaderboard, the player from South Korea (South Korea) occupies the T4 position with a total of 140 strokes or 4 under par. He ties with So Yeon Ryu who on the first day occupies the top position of the standings.

So Yeon Ryu

So Yeon made some mistakes. On the first day he scored 7 under par, but on the second day ended the game with 75 strokes or 3 over par. He scored 5 birdies, but also made 2 bogeys and 3 double bogeys.

“Overall my game was not as good as yesterday. I didn’t get a lot of birdie opportunities and missed a par,” said Se Yeon, an LPGA golfer who has won two Major tournaments. He hopes to return to his best performance in the final match tomorrow (Saturday, 20/8).

Lydia Ko

Lydia Ko, the world’s 4th ranked golfer stays in the runner-up position on the leaderboard. The game wasn’t as good as the first day either. Play event par or score 72 strokes. He scored 3 birdies, namely on holes 4, 5, 17. But also made 3 bogeys, on holes 2, 11, and 15. Meanwhile, Indonesian amateur golfer, Patricia Walanda Sinolungan, managed to maintain her position in T7 along with three professional golfers, namely Jaravee Boonchant (Thailand), Maria Shinohara (Japan), and Patcharajutar Kongkraphan (Thailand). Each collects 143 strokes or 1 under par. In this second round, Patricia played event par. Scored 4 birdies, but also made two bogeys and one double bogey.

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