Lee So-young, who made her debut on the Korean Ladies Professional Golf Association (KLPGA) in 2016, has a strange record. After winning in her first year, she went winless the following year, then won one in 2018 and three in 2020. After skipping another year, she added another win in 2022, giving her a total of six wins in even-numbered years. This year, in an odd-numbered year, Lee had a golden opportunity to break the jinx at the fourth round of the SK networks-Seogyeong Ladies Classic, which concluded in Jeju on March 29. She tied with Park Hyun-kyung to send the match into overtime. However, she lost in the second overtime.
In the second round of the three-day S-Oil Championship on the same island of Jeju, Lee shaved five strokes off her total to finish at 7-under par 137, giving her another chance to break the jinx of only winning in even-numbered years.” When I win one year, I feel like I’m overconfident and play too relaxed the next year,” Lee laughed. The jinx didn’t seem to bother her too much. “I think it’s good that I finished second in last week’s tournament (where I lost in overtime),” she said .In fact, she said she felt more confident because she shot well in the last tournament. “It’s been an issue that I’ve only won in even-numbered years,” Lee said, “but I think it 스포츠토토존 would be a bigger issue if I won in an odd-numbered year.” She didn’t hide her desire to win.