Korean, Japanese, and Asian Tour golfers

Gathered for a meet-and-greet

Shinhan Donghae Open starts tomorrow
138 players from 17 countries Total prize money 1.4 billion won
Former major leaguer Park Chan-ho is also a recommended player

The tournament photo call was held in front of Sungnyemun Gate in Seoul on May 5, two days before the start of the Shinhan Donghae Open. Players from various countries who attended the event stand in front of the camera with their trophies. From left, Taichi Ko (Hong Kong), Lee Jae-kyung and Kim Sung-hyun (Korea), 섯다 Keita Nakajima and Riki Kawamoto (Japan).

“If you win, you’ll be seeded in Japan and on the Asian Tour, so it’s a great opportunity to fulfill your dreams.”

Lee Jae-kyung, who leads the Korea Professional Golf Association (KPGA) Korean Tour Order of Merit this season, said at the tournament’s official press conference on Friday, two days before the start of the Shinhan Donghae Open, “It’s a tournament I’ve wanted to do well in since I was young. I’ve always wanted to play against foreign players, and I’m excited,” she said.

The 39th edition of the Shinhan Donghae Open is co-hosted by the KPGA Korean Tour, Japan Professional Golf Tour (JGTO) and Asian Tour. This year’s tournament, which will be held at the par-72 Incheon Club 72 Golf Course, will feature 138 players from 17 countries, including top ranked players from Korea and Japan. The total prize pool is 1.4 billion won, with the top prize of 252 million won.

South Korea’s top players include Lee Jae-kyung, last week’s LX Championship winner Kim Bi-o, and 2021 Shinhan Donghae Open champion Seo Yo-seop. Ko Gun-taek, the only multiple winner on the Korean Tour this season (2 wins), will also be in the hunt for the Champion’s Trophy. 온라인섯다 Korean-American Seung Soo Han (USA), who leads the Korean Tour in money earnings (653.09 million won), will become the first player in the history of the Korean Tour to surpass 800 million won in a season if he finishes second or better in this event. The runner-up prize is KRW154 million.

Kim Sung-hyun, who joined the U.S. Professional Golf (PGA) Tour after competing in Korea and Japan, will also be competing in Korea for the first time in a year and three months since the KPGA Championship last June. Kim, who has been dubbed the “dream hitter” on the Japan Tour in 2021, will be paired with Ryo Ishikawa (JPN), who also shot a 58 in 2010, 카지노사이트랭크 in the first round. Keita Nakajima (JPN), who won both the individual and team titles at the 2018 Jakarta-Palembang Asian Games, is also in contention. Defending champion Kazuki Higa (JPN) will not compete.

Jo Woo-young and Jang Yubin, who will compete at the Hangzhou Asian Games, which begin on June 23, are eligible to compete as recommended players. Park Chan-ho, the “Korean Superstar” who played in Major League Baseball, is also a recommended player. Park, who qualifies as a recommended player with a recognized handicap of 3 or lower, 고스톱 missed the cut at the Woori Financial Championship and SK Telecom Open last year.

The winner of the tournament will be seeded for five years on the Korean Tour and two years on the Japanese and Asian Tours.

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