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Mone Inami wins 3rd PO, final day of women's golf

 
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Asako Fujimoto, Haruka Morita, and Mamiko Higa were in third place with a total of 5 under.
 

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Mamiko Higa

Mamiko Higa[1](Higami Mamiko,1993May 10 -) isOkinawaKunigamiMotobu TownNative Japanese girlProfessional golfer.. AffiliationTOYO TIRE.. My hobbies are watching sumo and manga.

history

Okinawa Prefectural Headquarters High Schoolgraduate[1].

Start playing golf at age 11[1].

2008 "Daikin Orchid Ladies Golf TournamentAs an amateur[2]Wins low amateur in 2009th place with 3 under in the same competition next year[3].

In 2, the second year of high school,Neighbors Trophy Team ChampionshipIn Japan, he missed the group championship, but remained tied for the first place in the individual[4].. Second individual in the August National High School Golf Championship[5], Held in the same monthJapan Junior Golf Championship"(Women's 15-17 years old) in the final roundHole in oneDecide[6], Won by reversing from 8 strokes[7].

This year is OctoberWorld Amateur Team Championship"(ブ エ ノ ス ア イ レ ス), NovemberGuangzhou Asian GamesTo the women’s representativeFukuda Mami,Natsuka HoriWas chosen with[8].

2011 "Japan Women's Amateur Golf Championship] Win[9].. Following the previous year, was elected to the "Naver's Trophy Team Championship" Japan National Team[10].

July 2012 ``Studio Alice Women's Open”, the final day in 3rd place,Application,Miki SaekiHe went in the final group and came in 4rd place with 3 strokes.[11].. Achieved two consecutive victories at the "Japan Women's Amateur Golf Championship" in June.Wei Yun Jae1998th person in history since (1999, 7)[12][13].

November of the same yearJapan Women's Professional Golf Association(Hereinafter JLPGA) advanced to the final protest and passed in 8th place Thailand[14], LPGA 84th generation[1].

First victory of JLPGA tour at "Yamaha Ladies Open Katsuragi" in April 2013[15], In JulyResort Trust Ladies2nd win[16].

In August of the same year, the first overseas major participationBritish Ricoh Women's OpenWas tied in 7th place[17].

In the same year's annual cash prize ranking (hereinafter cash prize ranking), he was the first to seed himself with 8th place.[18]Wins "New Face Award" at LPGA Awards Announced in December[19].

From the 2014 seasonGibraltar Life InsuranceAffiliation[20].. In the same year, he secured the seed right with a prize rank of 45th[18]In 2015, it fell into a slump and the prize money was less than 400 million yen and the seed was lost at the prize rank 95th place[21].. In 2016, continued to perform well in the second half of the season[22]Seeded for the first time in two years with a prize rank of 34th[18].

2017 will be free[23].. In July of the same yearNEC Karuizawa 72 Golf Tournament"so,Kim HaneulHe won the JLPGA Tour 4rd win for the first time in 3 years after the playoff with[24].. Prize Rank 12th[18].

2018 Chairman of JLPGA Players Committee[25].. July of the same yearKKT Cup Vantellin Ladies Open4th win on the JLPGA Tour[26].. I had a management contract on April 4 after the competitionToyo Tire & RubberSign a contract with (TOYO TIRE)[27][Note 1].

September of the same year,Sumo wrestler OfShotaIt became clear that he was engaged in the previous year,[28], Remains engaged as of May 2019[29].

At the Ricoh Women's Open in August 2018, he started 8th with 3 strokes on the final day, but did not improve his score and became 4th with 8 strokes tied.[30].

In the same year, he topped the 1 million yen mark for the first time (¥109,969,185), and the prize money rank was the highest on his own.[18].. Received "Special Award" at the LPGA Award announced in December of the same year[31], "Players Committee Chairman", "Top 10 finish most 18 times", "Ricoh Women's Open 4th tie in the UK"[32].

March 2019 3th JLPGA Tour win at Daikin Orchid Ladies Golf Tournament[33].

Held in June of the same yearUS Women's OpenOn the second day, we reached the final day with a single leader until the second day, and a third on the third day, one stroke behind[34]Dropped 3 points and became 3th tie with 5 strokes difference[35].

In the same year, he was ranked 18th in the prize money and was seeded for 4 consecutive years[18].

Overseas major results

Year of participationTournament nameFinal gradeApplicable qualification
2013British Ricoh Women's Open7th Thailand[17]Top 2013 JLPGA prize ranks at the end of the 5 Suntory Ladies Open[36]
2014British Ricoh Women's OpenNot qualified[37]2013 "Ricoh Women's British Open" 15th place Within Thailand[37]
2018British Ricoh Women's Open4th Thailand[30]Top 2018 JLPGA prize ranks at the end of the 5 Earth Mondamine Cup[38]
2019ANA inspirationNot qualified[37]2018 "Ricoh Women's British Open" 5th place Within Thailand[39]
2019US Women's Open5th Thailand[35]2018 JLPGA prize rank within 5th place[40]
2019AIG British Women's OpenNot qualified2018 "Ricoh Women's British Open" 5th place Within Thailand

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  1. ^ 记事Then it says "TOYO TIRES",LPGAThe site's notation is "TOYO TIRE"

Source

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  2. ^ "[2008] Daikin Orchid Ladies Golf Tournament Full Leaderboard”. Japan Women's Professional Golf Association (October 2008, 3). 2019/6/2Browse.
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  4. ^ "Profile of Mamiko Higa”. JGA. 2019/7/2Browse.
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  8. ^ "Higa and three others to the World Amateur Team Championship”. Nikkan Sports (March 2010, 9). 2012/6/24Browse.
  9. ^ "Learned the techniques and manners Opened a golf academy in Nago City". Ryukyu Shimpo (September 2012, 4). 2012/6/24Browse.
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  12. ^ "Higa Makoto wins consecutive titles”. Nikkan Sports (March 2012, 6). 2012/6/24Browse.
  13. ^ "Mamiko Higa Complete V2! Protest next month, dream is Rio Olympics”. Sports Nippon (May 2012, 6). 2012/6/24Browse.
  14. ^ Higa, missed top pass "unexpected" Daily Sports Viewed 2012 March 7
  15. ^ "[2013] Yamaha Ladies Open Katsuragi”. Japan Women's Professional Golf Association (October 2013, 4). 2019/6/2Browse.
  16. ^ "[2013] Resort Trust Ladies”. Japan Women's Professional Golf Association (October 2013, 6). 2019/6/2Browse.
  17. ^ a b "Higa, 7th place in great fight "I was able to exert all my strength"”. Golf Digest Online (December 2013, 8). 2019/6/3Browse.
  18. ^ a b c d e f Mamiko Higa Profile DetailSee Lifetime Record/Record
  19. ^ "LPGA Award 2013”. Japan Women's Professional Golf Association. 2019/6/2Browse.
  20. ^ "XNUMX million yen for XNUMX years! Extraordinary contract with Higa and Gibraltar / domestic girls”. Sankei Sports (July 2014, 1). 2019/6/2Browse.
  21. ^ "Mika Higa Annual record 2015”. Japan Women's Professional Golf Association. 2019/6/2Browse.
  22. ^ "Miko Higa Annual Meeting Results 2016”. Japan Women's Professional Golf Association. 2019/6/2Browse.
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  24. ^ "Mamiko Higa won the playoffs for the first time in 4 years! "I want to thank my mother and sister for their support."”. ALBA.Net (May 2017, 8). 2019/6/2Browse.
  25. ^ "Interview with Mamiko Higa, Chairman of the Players Committee”. Japan Golf Tournament Promotion Association (March 2018, 3). 2019/6/2Browse.
  26. ^ "[2018] KKT Cup Vantellin Ladies Open”. Japan Women's Professional Golf Association (October 2018, 4). 2019/6/2Browse.
  27. ^ "Mamiko Higa sponsors a contract with Toyo Tire & Rubber Co., Ltd.”. ALBA.Net (May 2018, 4). 2019/6/2Browse.
  28. ^ “We are married to Sumiko Higa, a sumo girl! Last summer's proposal”. Nikkan Sports ComNikkan Sports Newspaper. (March 2018, 6). https://www.nikkansports.com/battle/sumo/news/201806270000468.html 2018/6/28Browse. 
  29. ^ "Mamiko Higa is the leader in the US Women's OP. ?”. ALBA.Net (May 2019, 5). 2019/6/2Browse.
  30. ^ a b "Miko Higa finishes in 4th place Local 22-year-old hall wins first major title”. Golf Digest Online (December 2018, 8). 2019/6/2Browse.
  31. ^ "LPGA Award 2018”. Japan Women's Professional Golf Association. 2019/6/2Browse.
  32. ^ "LPGA Award Special Award Mamiko Higa|Award Details”. Japan Women's Professional Golf Association. 2019/6/2Browse.
  33. ^ "[2019] The 32nd Daikin Orchid Ladies Golf Tournament”. Japan Women's Professional Golf Association (October 2019, 3). 2019/6/2Browse.
  34. ^ "Mamiko Higa starts the fateful final round”. ALBA.Net (May 2019, 6). 2019/6/3Browse.
  35. ^ a b "2019 US Women's Open Final Day Score”. Golf Digest Online (December 2019, 6). 2019/6/3Browse.
  36. ^ "“All-Ricoh Ricoh” Mogi declines, Saeki enters”. Golf Digest Online (December 2013, 6). 2019/6/3Browse.
  37. ^ a b c "Mamiko Higa's major record is the top 10 or this time it will be qualifying...”. ALBA.Net (May 2019, 6). 2019/6/3Browse.
  38. ^ "Ai Suzuki and Nasa Hataoka participated in the "England Women's Open" 7 Japanese”. Golf Digest Online (December 2018, 7). 2019/6/3Browse.
  39. ^ "Coming Players|ANA Inspiration”. ANA. 2019/6/3Browse.
  40. ^ "National women's OP with 13 Japanese nationals qualified for this year's record”. ALBA.Net (May 2019, 5). 2019/6/3Browse.

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