Im Seong-jae, the sign of Korean men’s golf, wrote a dramatic come-from-behind victory drama by overcoming a whopping 5 strokes gap in a domestic tournament he participated in after 3 years and 7 months.
Im Seong-jae launched a signal flare in pursuit at the 12th hole.스포츠토토
After two-on on the par 5, he caught an eagle and put pressure on the lead.
And on the 13th hole, with an exquisite second shot, he finally jumped up to the joint lead.
The 18th hole was played in a tense atmosphere. Lim Seong-jae’s bunker shot was the highlight.
Im Seong-jae’s birdie putt was sucked into the hole cup, while Lee Jun-seok’s birdie putt turned away from the hole cup, and the game was split.
Lim Seong-jae, who enjoyed hugging his wife, lifted the second KPGA trophy in his career.