Jeong Do-won (28, Srixon) lifted the championship cup after an extended match at the 2023 KPGA Srixon Tour 7th Tournament (total prize money 80 million won, championship prize money 16 million won).

On the first day of the tournament held on the 18th and 19th at the Solago Country Club Lagos Course (par 72, 7290 yards) in Taean, Chungcheongnam-do, Jeong Do-won made 7 birdies and 1 bogey to tie for the lead with a 6 under par 66 and a tie for 4th place by 1 stroke. did.

On the final day of the tournament, Jeong Do-won, who started from hole 1 (par 5), recorded his first birdie on the 7th hole (par 4). Jeong Do-won, who caught a birdie on the 10th hole (par 4), the first hole of the second half, followed the flow and recorded three consecutive birdies from the 13th hole (par 5) to the 15th hole (par 4). Jeong Do-won, who once again got a birdie on the 17th hole (par 5), entered an extended game with Bae Yun-ho (30) with a final total of 12 under par and 132 strokes.

In the first hole of the extension, played on the 13th hole (par 5), both Jeong Do-won and Bae Yun-ho recorded par. Later, while Bae Yun-ho recorded a triple bogey in the second hole of the extension on the 14th hole (par 4), Jeong Do-won blocked it with a par and won his second KPGA Srixon Tour championship following last year’s ‘2022 KPGA Srixon Tour 1st Tournament’. Recorded.

After the game, Jeong Do-won said, “I’m happy to win the KPGA Srixon Tour for the second year in a row.”

“The course was in really good condition today,” he said. The greens were clean, so the putts followed well for two days,” he said. I was very nervous today, but I was able to overcome it based on the experience of not losing.”

Jeong Do-won entered the KPGA Pro in 2012 and the KPGA Tour Pro in 2014, respectively, and debuted on the KPGA Korean Tour in 2015 with the passing of the ‘KPGA Korean Tour QT’ in 2014. However, he did not achieve outstanding results and failed to maintain the seed, and after being discharged from the military, he was active in the ‘PGA Tour China’ for about two years from 2019 to 2020.안전놀이터

Jeong Do-won, who had been taking lessons while experiencing driver ips and giving up his tour life for a while, shot a flare of revival by winning the ‘KPGA Srixon Tour 1st Tournament’ last year. He said, “After winning the championship last year, I thought, ‘I have to do better,’ and I wanted to be perfect. As a result, he was very nervous and it is true that he could not continue the good feeling at the beginning of the season.”

He continued, “As he continued weight training, his stamina improved a lot. Compared to before, his swing balance has also improved a lot. Unlike last year, he will return to the KPGA Korean Tour stage with steady performance.”

Following Jeong Do-won and Bae Yun-ho, Jeong Jae-hyun (18) finished 3rd with a final total of 11 under par and 133 strokes, and Kim Soo-gyeom (27), Lee Seong-ho (36, Brick), and Ryu Je-chang (26) tied for 4th place with a final total of 10 under par and 134 strokes. Done.

Currently, Song Jae-il (25, Srixon) ranks first in the 2023 season’Srixon Point’ and prize money rankings.

On the other hand, as Jeong Do-won won this tournament, a player belonging to Srixon won five consecutive tournaments from the ‘2023 KPGA Srixon Tour 3rd Tournament’ held on the 11th of last month.

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