The momentum of amateur Jo Woo-young (22) is unusual.
Jo Woo-young committed 3 bogeys without a birdie in the 3rd round of the second golf tournament of the Korea Professional Golf (KPGA) Korean Tour held at Jeju Golf Zone County Ora (par 72) on the 22nd. lost
Nevertheless, Cho Woo-young, who recorded a median total of 3 under par 213 strokes, was ranked 3rd alone, one stroke behind the joint leader group. Cho Woo-young, who is about to participate in the Hangzhou Asian Games to be held this September, challenges to win the professional competition.
The highest score Cho Woo-young recorded on the Korean Tour as a national representative was a tie for 13th at the 39th GS Caltex Maekyung Open in 2020. He has reached the top in two events of the Srixon Tour held in March.
However, the competition to win is not easy. Kim Min-joon (33) and Kim Dong-min (25) tied for the lead with an interim total of 4 under par and 212 strokes.
Kim Min-jun lost 2 strokes by making 2 birdies and 4 bogeys, but continued to fight for the championship as the leader. Minjun Kim, who debuted on the Korean Tour in 2011, returned in 2019 after serving in the military. Last year, he was consistently good, finishing 28th in the money list, but without a win.
“I’m so sorry I made a bogey on the last two holes. I don’t think I’ll ever forget this night,” he said. I want to play with the same mindset.”
Kim Dong-min also challenges his first win. Kim Dong-min, who won the bronze medal in the men’s golf team event at the Jakarta Palembang Asian Games in 2018, recorded runner-up at the Golfzon-Toray Open last year.
On this day, he cut 1 stroke with 5 birdies, 2 bogeys and 1 double bogey, and jumped into the race for the championship. Kim Dong-min said, “I’m satisfied with finishing with an under par score. It was very windy, so I was very flustered, but I tried to focus on each shot. I gained confidence from last year’s runner-up,” hoping for the championship. 카지노