“I’m really strong on the grass,”
Baek Seok-hyeon said in an interview for the last championship in Jeju. He said proudly, “I know that the next tournament, Black Stone, is also Yang Grass. On Yang Grass, I just need to be able to hit a clean shot without any worries. In fact, I’m looking forward to (winning).” He learned golf in Thailand since middle school, and his adult stage was also active on the Asian Professional Golf Tour.
There is a history of moving to the Korean stage when the Asian Tour was drastically shrunk due to the influence of Corona 19. Since he is such Baek Seok-hyun, he had a lot of trouble on the Korean lawn. Pinx Golf Club in Jeju Island, where the SK Telecom Open, which won the first championship, was held, planted bent grass on the fairways. As a result, the shot was exceptionally stable. The putt, which was pointed out as a weakness, was also considerably improved. The approach shot was the same.
Baek Seok-hyun has a good fortune. It is true that the Black Stone Golf Club (par 72) in Icheon, Gyeonggi-do, where the Korea Professional Golf (KPGA) Korean Tour KB Financial Live Championship (total prize money of 700 million won) will be held for four days from the 25th, also has sheep grass on the fairway. It’s a little different because it’s Kentucky Blue grass, not Bent, but it’s the same in that it’s cut short so there’s not much grass between the ball and club. If they win again, they will be proudly ranked #1 in Genesis points.
In this tournament, male professional golfers representing Korea are expected to mobilize and compete fiercely to lift the championship cup.
First of all, ‘Korea’s Yon-Ram’ Chan-min Jung (24), who is currently receiving the most attention by ranking first in prize money and genesis points this season, will challenge for his second win of the season with a ‘400-yard long hit’. He boasted a fantastic relationship with his caddy wife last year and achieved his first win in his career.
Defending champion Yang Ji-ho (34) overcame his sluggish performance this season and cast his ballot for his second consecutive victory in the tournament. Veteran Kim Bio (32), who has won 8 professional wins on the Korean Tour, and Kang Gyeong-nam (40), who is second in Genesis points, have also finished quenching themselves for victory.메이저사이트
Meanwhile, KB Financial provides an opportunity for family-level galleries visiting the event to experience KB Financial Group’s ‘No.1 financial platform’. In addition, it plans to boost the excitement of galleries visiting the stadium through various prize events.