Han Seung-joo (24) made her debut in 1843 days (5 years and 17 days) after becoming a regular member of the Korea Women’s Professional Golf Association (KLPGA).

At the Buan (OUT) and Namwon (IN) courses (par 72, 6400 yards) at Gunsan Country Club in Jeollabuk-do, the 5th game of the 2023 KLPGA Dream Tour (2nd division) was held on the 18th and 19th with a total prize money of 70 million won.

Han Seung-ju beat Yoo Gyeong-min (22, Daeheung Construction) by one stroke with a final total of 9 under par 135 strokes (64-71) and received 15 million won in prize money.

▲ 2021 Regular Tour (1st Division) 1 match ▲ 2018-2023 Dream Tour 44 matches ▲ 2017-2018 Jump Tour (3rd Division) 12 matches, including 57 appearances, and took the first top spot. The total prize money for Korean women’s professional golf has reached 30,000,6814 won.

Han Seung-ju said, “I finished the first round as the lead, but I didn’t expect to win. I’m really happy even though I’m bewildered to the point where I can’t think of anything. He expressed his gratitude, saying, “I am really grateful to my parents and coach Lee Jae-hyuk, who helped me a lot when I was having a hard time.”

The best performance in the KLPGA-sponsored competition was the runner-up in the 8th round of the 2018 Jump Tour. The Dream Tour also shook off the regret that the 5th place in the 10th game of Gunsan CC in the 2020 season was the first and last TOP5, which was far from the first place.메이저놀이터

Han Seung-joo said, “I had a hard time for a long time when Driver Yip came about three years ago. He’s not completely overcome now, but he’s gotten a lot better. He looked back, saying, “In winter training, he devoted himself to practicing his shots, and in this tournament, he followed the putt well, so he was able to win.”

Han Seung-ju, who won Game 5, became 8th in prize money and 3rd in average putting for the 2023 Dream Tour. “The original goal was TOP 10. Now, I will change it to winning one more championship,” he said with a laugh about changing plans for the rest of the season.

The final round of the 5th round of the Dream Tour, hosted and supervised by the Korea Women’s Professional Golf Tour (KLPGT), will be recorded and broadcast on SBS Golf from 6:30 pm on the 30th.

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