Lim Seong-jae soothes the regret of last year’s withdrawal… Participated in the Korean Tour Woori Financial Championship

Lim Seong-jae (25), who plays an active role in the Korean professional golf (PGA) tour, started the Korean Professional Golf (KPGA) Korean Tour for the first time in a year to participate in the Woori Finance Championship (total prize money of 1.5 billion won). find

Im Seong-jae will participate in the KPGA Korean Tour Woori Finance Championship held at the Ferrum Club (par 72) in Yeoju-si, Gyeonggi-do for four days from the 11th. Woori Financial Group, which is also a sub-sponsor of Lim Seong-jae, will increase the total prize money of this tournament to 1.5 billion won, holding the largest prize money tournament of the Korean Tour along with the KPGA Championship and Genesis Championship.

Seongjae Lim, who has won two PGA Tour careers and consistently shows off top-level skills every year, has participated in a domestic competition for the first time in about three years and seven months since the Genesis Championship in October 2019. At that time, Im Seong-jae reached the top and achieved his first domestic championship. Last year, he returned to Korea to compete in the Woori Financial Championship, but withdrew due to the confirmation of Corona 19 right before the first round, leaving regret. Many galleries are expected to visit the venue to see the world-class shots of Lim Seong-jae, who is ranked 19th in the 2022-23 PGA Tour FedEx Cup rankings and 18th in the world rankings.

In addition to Lim Seong-jae, who is sponsored by Woori Financial Group as a sub, 7 players from Woori Financial Group will challenge to win the main sponsorship competition. Lee Jun-seok (35), Hwang Jung-gon (31), Park Jun-hong (22), Lee Su-min (30), Cho Min-gyu (35), Yoon Seong-ho (27), and Jo Woo-young (22) will participate.

In particular, Jo Woo-young won the Golfzon Open in Jeju last month and recorded an amateur championship in 10 years. If he records 2 wins in this tournament, he will become the second amateur holder of 2 wins on the Korean Tour since Kim Gyeong-tae (37) in 2006.

In addition, this tournament raises expectations with the participation of three Hangzhou Asian Games national team members, Lim Seong-jae, Jo Woo-young, and Jang Yu-bin (21). Their recent performance is outstanding. Im Seong-jae competed in the PGA Tour’Wells Fargo Championship’, which ended on the 8th, and tied for 8th place, participating in 17 tournaments on the PGA Tour in the 2022-2023 season and recording 7 top 10s. Cho Woo-young and Jang Yu-bin, who are participating as amateur national representatives in the Hangzhou Asian Games, are on the rise, tying for 8th place at the GS Caltex Maekyung Open last week.

Jang Hee-min (21),카지노사이트 who won her first professional championship at the invitational competition last year, is challenging to defend her title. Jang Hee-min said, “This is the most important tournament this year. I want to play with confidence because it is a tournament where I have experienced winning. I will do my best to defend the title.”

Jeong Chan-min (24), who achieved his first win in the second year of the tour at the GS Caltex Maekyung Open last week, is challenging to win two consecutive tournaments. Currently ranked 4th in points at the Genesis Grand Prize, he will receive 1,000 Genesis points and 300 million won in prize money if he wins this competition, ranking first in both the Genesis Grand Prize and prize money rankings.

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