Gangwon Golfer Lee Soo-min “I will show you a cool image”
We will show the people of Gangwon-do a fun and refreshing look.”
Lee Soo-min (30, Woori Financial Group토토사이트, from Pyeongchang), who returned to the Korean Professional Golf (KPGA) Korean Tour in the 2023 season, announced a cool play at the opening match held in Chuncheon.
In the first round of the 18th DB Damage Insurance Promi Open (total prize money of 700 million won), the opening game of the KPGA this season held at the Old Course (par 72, 7178 yards) in Chuncheon on the 13th, Soo-min Lee scored 1 bogey and 1 double bogey. Although he committed a dog, he swept 6 birdies and hit a 3-under-par 69.
Lee Soo-min, who finished his military service in November of last year, left for field training in Thailand early to prepare for this season.
Lee Soo-min is the pillar that will lead the Korean tour this year. He has recorded 5 wins in his career (4 wins in Korea and 1 win on the DP World Tour), and has enough star surnames to win the 2015 Rookie Award and the 2019 Genesis Prize Money King.
Lee Soo-min, who returned to the tour after two years, said, “I had a comeback match in Gangwon-do, but it has a different meaning.” I intend to do it,” he said.
During his military service, Soo-min Lee focused on improving his short game and putting sense along with steady physical training. The results of his efforts seemed to show little by little from the first round of this tournament. He said, “I didn’t get a lot of flight distance before enlisting, but after I was discharged, I practiced a lot and became very sophisticated.” It seems,” he said.
Finally, Sumin Lee expressed his ambition to the people of Gangwon-do who supported him, saying, “My mother’s hometown is Chuncheon, so there are many people who support this tournament.”