Seo Yo-seop and Jeon Seong-hyeon jointly lead the KGT opening match

Seo Yo-seop (27) cut 5 strokes, but Jeon Seong-hyun cut 6 strokes to tie for the lead on the second day of the 18th DB Insurance Promi Open (total prize money of 700 million won), the opening game of the Korea Professional Golf (KPGA) Korean Tour.

In the second round of the tournament held on the 14th at the Old Course (par 71, 7,148 yards) in Chuncheon, Gangwon-do, Seo Yo-seop tied 6 birdies and one bogey to hit 5-under-par 67, recording an interim total of 10-under-par 134.

From the start of the game on the par 4 10th hole, a bogey came out. After that, I caught birdies in a row on the 13th and 14th holes. Following the 18th hole, a birdie was added at the 1st hole in the second half in a row, and the game was finished with consecutive birdies at the 6th and 7th holes. After the match, Seo Yo-seop expressed regret, saying, “I had many chances, but the putts didn’t follow.” He himself evaluated the day as a good iron shot.

Regarding the weekend game, Seo Yo-seop said, “I expect the pin position will be difficult in the 3rd and 4th rounds,” and promised, “We will have to play the game stably and increase the hit rate on the green.” He has already made four appearances on the Asian Tour this year and finished in the top ranks.

Seong-Hyun Jeon (30), who has been in his 8th year, added 9 birdies, 1 bogey and 1 double bogey, and hit 6 under par 66 to rise to the joint lead. He, who finished second in the Biz Play Electronic Newspaper Open last year, said, “I don’t want to miss the chance to win this time as I got married last December and became the head of household.”

Bae Yong-joon (23), who won one win as a rookie last year and was the rookie of the year, shot a 4-under-par 68, dropping two notches to third place (9-under) by one stroke. Saying, “My goal was to enter the top 10,” he reaffirmed his determination, saying, “I will reduce the number of strokes on the weekend with more leisure time.”

Park Sang-hyun (40), who started defending the title, tied for 4th place (8 under par) with Kim Seung-hyeok (37), who hit 3 under par and 69 strokes amid a great performance by reducing 6 strokes. Park Seong-hyun, who suffered from allergic rhinitis on the first day, caught 8 buddies that day. Kim Seung-hyeok, who won 4 wins in his career and was the prize money king in 2017, is also two strokes away from the lead, so it is possible to reverse on the weekend.

Min Jang (21) and Go Gun-Taek (23), who were joint leaders with Seo Yo-Seob on the first day, were tied for 6th place (7 under par) with Hwang Jung-Gon (31), who reduced 5 strokes each by reducing 2 strokes. seated If the players had a hard time on the first day due to the thick fine dust and wind, today was much easier to play.

Since last year,먹튀검증 the course has been moved to the current golf course, but this year, the length of the 11th hole, which was a par 4, was extended by 30 yards to create a par 5 hole. This course, owned by the Kolon Group along with Woojeong Hills, is ranked 12th in Korea and 79th in Asia according to the Top 100 Golf Courses, the world’s best golf course information site.

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