Seo Yo-seop recorded a hole-in-one in the first round of the Korean Tour Woori Finance Championship and received an electric vehicle BMW I4 worth 80 million won.
Seo Yoseop recorded a hole-in-one on the 16th hole in the first round of the Korean Tour Woori Finance Championship held at the Ferrum Club in Yeoju, Gyeonggi-do on the 11th. In this par 3, 186-yard long hole, Seo Yo-seop attacked the hole with an iron shot. The ball flew toward the hole cup, fell on the green, rolled about 2 to 3 meters, and entered the hole.
After confirming the hole-in-one, Seo Yo-seop threw an iron and raised his hand in joy. He then pointed to a car on display behind the teeing ground. Seo Yo-seop, who came up to the green, bowed toward the hole and took out the ball and kissed it.토토사이트
Seo Yoseop recorded his first hole-in-one since his Korean Tour debut at the 2021 Yamaha Honors K Open.
Seo Yo-seop, who had been hitting 3-over par until the 15th hole, finished the game with an even par 72 by cutting 2 strokes for a hole-in-one on the 16th hole and reducing 1 stroke on the final 18th hole.
After the game, Seo Yo-seop said, “I hit a tee shot with a 7 iron. I tried to play carefully after making a birdie on the hole, but it felt really good to score a hole-in-one.”
Regarding the BMW I4 car he will receive as an injury, Seo Yoseob said, “I will think about who will use it” and expressed his determination, “I will receive the energy of a hole-in-one and show good performance in the remaining rounds.”
Han Seung-soo, a Korean-American player, tied 6 birdies and 1 bogey to take the lead with a 5 under par 67. Since the LG Signature Players Championship in 2020, he has laid the foundation for two wins in his career.
Park Sang-hyun, who is recording 11 wins on the Korean Tour, won a complete victory in a shot match against “long hitter” Chan-min Jeong and Seong-jae Lim, who won two wins on the PGA Tour. Park Sang-hyun tied 5 birdies and 1 bogey that day and hit 4 under par 68 strokes. On the first day of the competition, he tied for second place and showed off his ‘veteran’ record.
Lim Seong-jae, who competed in the Korean Tour event after 3 years and 7 months, finished his first day schedule with 1 under par 71 by tying 4 birdies, 1 double bogey and 1 bogey. Jung Chan-min, who played with him, also shot a 1-under 71.