Seo Jeong-min (25, Srixon) lifted the championship cup after four close matches in the ‘2023 KPGA Srixon Tour 6th Tournament (total prize money 80 million won, championship prize money 16 million won)’.
As Seo Jung-min won the tournament, Kim Yong-tae (24, Srixon), who won the ‘2023 KPGA Srixon Tour 3rd Tournament’ on the 11th of last month, and Song Jae-il (25, who won the ‘4th Tournament’ and ‘5th Tournament’) Following Srixon), a player belonging to Srixon achieved the feat of winning four consecutive championships.
On the first day of the tournament held on the 16th and 17th at the Solago Country Club Lagos Course (par 72, 7,290 yards) in Taean, Chungcheongnam-do, Jeong-min Seo recorded 3 birdies without a bogey and tied for 7th place with a 3 under par 69, 2 strokes from the lead. .
On the final day of the tournament, Seo Jeong-min, who started from hole 1 (par 5), made a birdie on hole 2 (par 4), but made a bogey on the very next hole, hole 3 (par 4). Afterwards, he finished the first half after adding a birdie in hole 5 (par 4). Seo Jung-min bogeyed the second half of the hole, but made 4 birdies. With a final total of 6 under par, 138 strokes, he tied with Park Ji-seong (21), who was the sole leader, and took the match into overtime.
In the first hole of the extension on the 17th hole (par 5), both Jeong-min Seo and Ji-seong Park recorded pars. After that, even the second and third holes of extra time could not decide the winner. The match was sealed on the fourth hole of extra time. While Park Ji-sung bogeyed, Seo Jung-min blocked it with a par and lifted his first championship trophy in his professional debut.
After the match, Seo Jung-min said through KPGA, “After the first day of the game, I felt a bit tired, so I played the match today after being hit by an intravenous ringer. I was always in the lead on the first day, but there were many cases where I collapsed, but I am happy that I was able to win.” expressed his feelings about winning.
“It was windier than yesterday,” he said. I thought I had to take it when the opportunity came,” he said.
Seo Jeong-min played baseball until the 6th grade of elementary school and started holding his golf club at the recommendation of his mother. Later, in October 2015, he entered the KPGA Pro and in 2016 was active on the Challenge Tour, which was the second part tour at the time, and the Frontier Tour, which was the third part tour. After joining the KPGA Tour Pro in September 2017, he was mainly active on the KPGA Srixon Tour.토스카지노
Seo Jung-min said, “The average driving distance is about 320 yards. It is important for him to hit long shots, but he will improve his wedge shot and putt ability within 100m to enter the KPGA Korean Tour.” Next, Seo Jung-min said, “My goal for this season was to have a ‘year without regrets’. He expressed his goal, “I want to enter the KPGA Korean Tour in 2024 by steadily preparing for the rest of the season like today’s game and entering the top of’Srixon Point’.”
Park Ji-seong placed second, Shin Jae-won (28), Jeon Jun-hyeong (28), Lee Gwang-yeon (26), Kim Kyu-bin (30), and Kim Kook-jin (26) finished the tournament tied for third place with a final total of 5 under par and 139 strokes. Jang Yu-bin (21), the winner of the 2023 KPGA Srixon Tour 1st Tournament and scheduled to participate in the Hangzhou Asian Games, tied for 18th place with a final total of 1 under par 143, recording the highest ranking among amateur players. Currently, the 2023 season’Srixon Point’ and prize money rankings are number one in Song Jae-il. The ‘2023 KPGA Srixon Tour 7th Tournament’ will be held at the same place for two days from the 18th to the 19th of this month.