Choi Kyung-joo’s veteran power… ‘2 under par fresh start’

Choi Kyung-ju cut 3 strokes in 11 holes in the first round of the Korea Professional Golf (KPGA) Korean Tour SK Telecom Open (total prize money of 1.3 billion won) held at the Pinx Golf Club (par 71, 7326 yards) in Seogwipo-si, Jeju Island on the 18th. tied for 10th After gaining strength with birdies on holes 1 (par 4) and 4 (par 5), Bogey on hole 8 (par 4) made up for it with a birdie on hole 9 (par 5). Later, after finishing the 11th hole (par 4) with a par, he was caught in the sunset and stopped his play.

Choi Kyung-ju showed off his competitive performance by playing the match with superpowered long hitter Jeong Chan-min and defending champion Kim Bio. Choi Kyung-ju holds the record for the most appearances (21), the most wins (3), and passing the cut for 12 consecutive years. “Changing the putter and putter grip was helpful,” said Choi Kyung-ju, adding, “If you want to survive, you shouldn’t be afraid of change.”토토사이트

In 2019, Lee Jae-kyung, the rookie of the year, drove 6 under par to the 10th hole to occupy the top of the leaderboard. Ham Jeong-woo placed second (5 under par), Kim Woo-hyun, Baek Seok-hyeon, and Lee Tae-hoon (Canada) tied for third place (4 under par). Defending champion Kim Bio tied up two birdies and three bogies. He is tied for 55th place (1 over par) with Jeong Chan-min, the winner of the GS Caltex Maekyung Open.