‘Monster’ Kim Kyung-tae, who returned to Korea, withdrew due to injury before the opening match of the Korean Tour
Kim Kyung-tae, who returned to the Korean Professional Golf Association (KPGA) Korean Tour this season, withdrew due to injury.
Kim Gyeong-tae gave up the game due to back pain during the first round of the 18th DB Insurance Promy Open, the opening day of the KPGA Korean Tour held at the Old Course (par 72) at the Ravievell Country Club in Chuncheon, Gangwon-do on the 13th.
Kim Kyung-tae, who made his debut on the KPGA Korean Tour in 2007, was called a ‘monster’ as he recorded 3 wins as a rookie and won the prize money king.
Kim Kyung-tae, who moved to the Japan Professional Golf Tour (JGTO) after winning 6 wins in Korea, made a name for himself on tours in both countries with a total of 14 wins.
Kim Gyeong-tae, who received a permanent seed for the KPGA Korean Tour, decided to focus on the domestic tour starting this year, and set this tournament as his comeback match. 토스카지노
The organizers also drew the attention of golf fans by tying defending champion Park Sang-hyun and Seo Yo-seop, who won two victories last year, together with Kim Gyeong-tae.
Kim Gyeong-tae, who withdrew after the 15th hole that day, said, “Unfortunately, the pain was so severe that it was difficult to continue playing. I will receive treatment first and then set the schedule for the next game.”