Jeong Chan-min, who earned the nickname ‘Jeong Ram’ because of his bushy beard and long-distance hits close to 350 yards, is similar to Yon Ram (World Ranking No. 1). He lifted the first championship cup of his life.

On the last day of the tournament at Namseoul CC (par 71, 7062 yards, Seongnam City, Gyeonggi Province on the 7th), Chan-min Jeong tied 1 eagle and 3 birdies and hit 5-under-par 66. Chan-min Jeong, who received the prize money of 300 million won, quickly rose to the top of the prize money rankings (305.92 million won). Chan-min Jeong was famous for his long hits since his amateur days, but his accuracy was poor and he had good results in the tournament

. This season, he is at the top of the average distance (341 yards, 5th place), but his fairway landing rate (37.5%, 101st place) is the lowest on the Korean Tour. So, he made his debut on the Korean Tour last year, but he did not achieve remarkable results

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Chan -min entered the top 10 only once in 14 competitions, and this year, in his second year as a pro, he remained in the top 50 in the two previous competitions and was repeatedly criticized for his accuracy. Chan-min Jeong, who started the final round with a 2nd place and a lead by two strokes, caught the first birdie in hole 3 (par 3) and then hit a long shot in hole 4 (par 5) as well as a different short shot. He caught the Eagle while showing his gaming skills.토토사이트

In an interview after the win, Jeong Chan-min said, “Last winter, I intensively practiced the short game around the green and changed my putter before the game. It seems to have produced good results.” I think I will be able to play more comfortably in the future.” Even compared to the PGA, the distance is not inferior, he added, “I plan to go to the Korn Ferry Tour in September or October this year.”

The second place went to Lee Jeong-hwan and Song Min-hyeok, who finished with a final total of 10 under par and 203 strokes. Amateur national team member Song Min-hyeok caught 7 birdies without a bogey and won the runner-up, continuing the amateur sensation that hit the KPGA this season. Last year’s champion, Kim Bio, competed for the championship by catching three birdies in the first half, but made three bogeys in the second half and finished the tournament tied for 6th place (final total of 8 under par, 205 strokes).

Meanwhile, at the 9th Kyochon 1991 Ladies Open (total prize money of 800 million won) on the KLPGA Tour held at Busan Asiad Country Club (par 72, 6565 yards), Park Bo-gyeom, who scored a final total of 7 under par 137, won the first championship in his life.

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