“I want to be in the top 10” KPGA 14-year-old middle school golfer, I can feel Daesung’s energy

“I want to be in the top 10 in professional competition.”

Middle school golfer Ahn Seong-hyeon (14, Bibong Middle School 2) did not look bright even after passing the cut and completing the 4th round. He showed his ability even in competition with prominent professional golfers, but he had a strong desire to hit even better. That’s why it’s a dream tree that raises expectations even more.

Ahn Seong-hyun scored a final total of 6 over par 294 at the 2023 Korea Men’s Professional Golf (KPGA) Korean Tour Golf Zone Open IN Jeju (total prize money of 700 million won) held on the 23rd at the Ora East-West course (par 72, 7195 yards) in Jeju-si, Jeju-si, Jeju-do. Taro finished the tournament tied for 35th.

Ahn Seong-hyun, who set a new record for the youngest player to participate in the KPGA last year, once again succeeded in completing the 4th round, confirming that being the youngest to pass the cut last year was not a coincidence. 먹튀검증

Ahn Seong-hyun, who met with Star News after the game, said, “I had some experience at Golfzon County Ora, so I thought I’d try it well, but I was happy to pass the cut, but I’m very sorry that I didn’t do well on the last day.”

As he said, Seong-Hyun Ahn started in 27th place with 2 under par in the first round, and in the third round, when there were only 3 players under par due to a gust of wind, he hit even par and rose to 16th place with 1 over par. That is why he was always regretful that he made 5 over par by committing 1 triple bogey and 6 bogey even after catching 4 birdies.

Ahn Seong-hyun said, “I made a lot of mistakes in the beginning and didn’t seem to be able to ride the flow.”

There was a clear income. In particular, in the third round, gusts of up to 12m per second raged frequently, and even veteran players who had won the championship in the pros were in trouble.

He also said, “Even though it wasn’t during the tournament, I’ve played in that kind of wind a few times.” he said

The winner of this competition was Jo Woo-young (22, Woori Financial Group), an amateur. He is the first amateur champion to appear on the Korean Tour in about 10 years since Lee Chang-woo in September 2013. However, he is a promising prospect to break new records for a player much younger than him.

What are your dreams this season and the future? Ahn Seong-hyun said, “One goal is to be selected for the national team this year.”

Of course, there are still many things to be refined. he knows himself well He said, “In professional competitions, it is important and difficult to solve the greens and greens,” and “We need to reinforce bunker shots and short games.”


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