Men’s professional golf, which has just risen, sprinting and chasing… a hot start
The opening game of the Korean Professional Golf (KPGA) Korean Tour in the 2023 season has heated up. Seo Yo-seop, who is challenging this year’s Grand Prize, ran as the leader for two days in a row, and defending champion Park Sang-hyun jumped 16 steps on the second day of the tournament to tie for 4th place, drawing attention from golf fans.
On the 13th, the DB Damage Insurance Promy Open (total prize money of 700 million won) kicked off at the Old Course (par 72) of Ravi Bell CC in Chuncheon, Gangwon-do, the opening day of the KPGA Korean Tour in the 2023 season.
In the second round, which ended on the 14th, Seo Yo-seop recorded an interim total of 10 under par, 134 strokes, and was tied for the lead with Jeon Seong-hyun. After tying for the lead with a 5-under par on the first day of the tournament, Seo Yo-seop maintains his lead on the second day, aiming for a total of 6 wins in tournaments hosted by the main sponsor. Seo Yoseob said, “I am happy to be in a good position for the weekend, but I will not be excited. If I play my best every round, I will be able to produce the desired result.”안전놀이터
Jang Hee-min, who joined the DB Insurance golf team this year, also got off to a good start, tying for 6th with a 7-under-par 137 in the second round.
Park Sang-hyun, the star of Korean men’s golf, hit a 6 under par on the second day and tied for 4th place (8 under par), jumping into the ranking competition in earnest.
‘Last year’s KPGA Championship Champion’ Shin Sang-hoon showed his skills with a tie for 6th place. Shin Sang-hoon is the main member of the BC Card Golf Team, which founded the men’s golf team this year.
Lee Soo-min, who returned this season after completing his military service, quickly raised his sense of actual combat by ranking 22nd with Choi Jin-ho, Kang Gyeong-nam, Ok Tae-hoon, and Kim Seong-yong. Sumin Lee wears a new Woori Financial Group hat this year.