“Nobogi 17 under par~”..National representative Jang Yu-bin wins the opening match of the Srixon Tour, beating professional seniors

Jang Yu-bin, the national golfer, showed off his ‘flawless play’ and beat all professional seniors to reach the top in the opening game of the 2023 season’s ‘KPGA Srixon Tour’.

In the final round of the KPGA Srixon Tour 1st tournament (total prize money of 80 million won) held at Solgo Country Club Sol Course (par 71온라인바카라) in Taean, Chungcheongnam-do on the 29th, Jang Yu-bin scored 10 birdies without bogey and recorded 10 under par 61 strokes. paid 

Jang Yu-bin, who reduced 7 strokes without bogey in the first round, recorded a final total of 17 under par 125 strokes, beating second place Park Hyung-wook (10 under par 132 strokes) by 7 strokes and won the championship cup. 

Jang Yu-bin, who started playing golf at the age of 7 at the recommendation of his grandmother, has been active as a national team member since 2021 with the Taegeuk mark.

In 2019, ‘100th National Sports Festival’ individual gold medal in golf events, 2022 ‘1st Korea Golf Association President’s Amateur Golf Championship’, ‘World University Golf Championship’ individual exhibition, ’29th Songam Cup Amateur Golf Championship’ ‘ and so on.

In particular, by winning the ‘1st Korean Golf Association President’s Amateur Golf Championship’ last year, he won the right to participate in the men’s golf event at the ’19th Hangzhou Asian Games’.

Jang Yu-bin said, “I am very happy to be able to win from the first tournament of this season. I was also satisfied with putting, which I thought was my weakness. I will try to achieve good results in the next tournament with today’s victory as an opportunity.”

Next, Jang Yu-bin said, “This year is a meaningful year to participate in the Asian Games. I want to win the gold medal by maintaining good condition.” I want to do it,” he said.

The ‘2023 KPGA Srixon Tour 2nd Tournament’ will be held on the 30th and 31st at the same place.

Meanwhile, in this season’s KPGA Srixon Tour, real-time ‘live scoring’ is operated in all rounds and broadcast through SBS Golf 2, a broadcasting company hosted by KPGA.

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