How did Kim Hae-rim achieve his third consecutive win?

Kim Hae-rim (29), who returned from Japan for the third consecutive win of the Kyochon Honey Ladies Open on Sunday, gave an unexpected answer when asked how her Japanese life was like.
Kim Hae-rim, who won the Japan Ladies Professional Golf Association Tour Samansa Tabasa Ladies Tournament last July, has moved to Japan.
She also won the Samansa Tabasa Ladies tournament and tied for fifth place at the Japan Women's Open last year.
This year, Kim won the top 10 twice in eight competitions, but failed to make three cuts. Though it is not too bad, he has failed to meet expectations for the best in Korea for the past two years.
That is why Kim Hae-rim's face became dark when he talked about his tour in Japan. " I had a hard time in Japan because I had a bad tee shot, but I was worried about how it would be today, " she said before her first round run to the Yoochon Honey Ladies. Kim Hae-rim was so depressed that he seemed to have crossed the Korean Strait in order to win three consecutive championships.
Only he expressed his somewhat constrained desire, saying, " If the name of the contest or the name of the course includes the name of the competition, we can play well. " Kim Hae-rim won the Kyochon Honey Ladies Open twice at the Elisian Gandon CC. Kim Hae-rim won at Namchon CC and Dongchon CC once.
Kim Hae-rim, who had no confidence at all, said, " But when the game actually started, it changed.
Kim Hae-rim, who finished seventh in the first round with just six under par scores due to strong winds and tricky pin positions, said, " I was able to beat up the match better than I thought. "
Kim Hae-rim, who tied for seventh with three strokes at the lead in the second round of the tournament the next day, expressed his confidence that he could win the championship.
Kim Hae-rim hit a 5-under 66 in the final round. Before starting the final round, he scored the best out of 10 players, including four who were ranked the same as Kim Hae-rim, who was ahead of Kim Hae-rim.
Only three days ago, he made a big fuss about his performance, including his tee shot anxiety, and made a comeback victory with his confident play.
What happened for three days?
Ahead of the competition, Kim Hae-rim said, " I cried a lot in Japan, " and found a clue to the answer.
" I couldn't get so upset if I made such an unconvinced mistake while playing on a strange course every time, " said Kim Hae-rim.
Kim failed to pass the cut three times in Japan. In Korea, he could go to the movies or spend time to recharge himself by visiting restaurants.
In Japan, I had to spend time in a hotel room. They had no home to go back to, and it was difficult to find a place to visit. Kim Hae-rim complained, " In places where there were no friends and no family, tears poured out in the temple. "
The mental illness that resulted from this loneliness was reflected on the course. With such loneliness and fear that the ball would be unavoidable, the shot shrank and the putt did not hit hard.
However, Kim Hae-rim, who spent the evening at home on June 29, had a long time to chat with his family and friends and enjoy food that was perfect for his taste. In the meantime, Kim Hae-rim's mental illness was cured. " What I had accumulated so far seemed to melt softly, " Kim said. " I am completely cured. "
Another is the cheering squad. " When I was playing in Japan, I was a passer-by or a passer-by.
Kim Hae-rim, who had been shrinking, opened like a sunflower in his fan club. As the round continued, Kim Hae-rim's shots were getting better. However, it is not all of the driving forces behind the championship that has turned into confidence.
Kim Hae-rim's outstanding performance at the top of the tour is not a slugging, an awl iron shot or a computer putt.
Kim Hae-rim's talent is course management. In other words, it is an excellent capacity to operate games.
The ability to manage the game is hard to see. However, if you open the record, a player with excellent management skills can overcome the viewing crisis. Kim Hae-rim came in second place (65.14 percent) last year. This means that he kept the par twice at three times even if he could not put his ball on the green.
It can be interpreted that a high rate of recourrbery means a good short game or putting, but Kim Hae-rim said, " The ability to not send a ball to a place where it is difficult to recover from a mistake. " No matter how good they are at short games and putting, they can not maintain par.
Kim Hae-rim rarely sends balls to such places. Kim Hae-rim, coach and mentor of the Korean national golf team, said, " We can understand every inch of the course and make good use of it.
Coach Kim Hae-rim said, " We failed to show such outstanding performance in Japan. " There were more than double boges and several consecutive views. Most of the course was first experience.
Kim Hae-rim also admitted that he could not adapt to the course in Japan.
However, it was different when the Kyochon Honey Ladies were opened. It was a familiar course, and it was easy to tell the direction and intensity of the wind.
Kim Hae-rim, who had repeatedly said, " The goal is to pass the cut until three days before the event, " accomplished three consecutive victories in the KLPGA tour for the first time in 16 years.
Kwon Hoon