Kim Young-soo (34), who won the Genesis Grand Prize last year, vomited his spirit by taking the joint lead on the first day of the DP World Tour ISPS Handa Championship (total prize money of 2 million dollars) being held in Japan.
On the first day of the tournament held at PGM Ishioka Golf Club (par 70) in Omitama, Japan on the 20th, Kim Young-soo caught 7 birdies without bogey, including 3 consecutive birdies in holes 12 to 14, and tied with Andy Sullivan (England). took the lead It is one stroke away from the group tied for third place, such as Aaron Cockerill (Canada).
After the game, Kim Young-soo said, “Today I played no-bogey, so I feel very good.” “In the beginning of the game, my shot was not good. However, my putting was so good that I was able to hit 7 under par today.
” Kim Young-soo added, “I hope tomorrow will continue as good as today. I hit well today, so I hope tomorrow will be a stress-free day.”
Keita Nakajima (Japan), the strong player on the home course, tied for 6th place with Yosuke Asaji and Ryutaro Nagano (Japan) with a 5 under par 65 strokes. Japan’s leading star, Ryo Ishikawa (Japan) tied for 69th with a 1-under 69 strokes.
Kim Young-soo won the Korean Tour Genesis Championship and the LG Signature Players Championship last year and won the Genesis Grand Prize, so he was seeded for the DP World Tour and was able to compete in this tournament. Kim Young-soo has been on both the Asian Tour and the DP World Tour since last month prior to the opening of the Korean Tour, but was eliminated in the international series Vietnam last week.
Park Sang-hyun (40),토토사이트 who missed the championship at the DB Insurance Promy Open, the opening game of the Korean Tour last week, exchanged 4 bogeys each with a birdie and recorded an even par. did. Korean-American Kim Chan, who has a total of 8 wins on the Japan Professional Golf Tour (JGTO), tied for 100th place with Wang Jung-hoon (28) with a 1-over par 71 strokes.