‘2 consecutive wins at Pinks Golf Club’…KPGA Kim Bio, 2 consecutive wins SK Telecom Open opening on the 18th

‘Second consecutive loss at Jeju Pinks Golf Club’
Kim Bio will defend the Korea Professional Golf (KPGA) Korean Tour SK Telecom Open (total prize money of 1.3 billion won) title.

Bio Kim will participate in the SK Telecom Open held at the East and West courses (par 71) of Pinx Golf Club in Seogwipo, Jeju Island for four days from the 18th.

Bio Kim has a deep relationship with the SK Telecom Open. He won the prize money king in 2012 when he won this event. He had to leave the domestic field for a while after being punished for ‘finger excommunication’, but he made a comeback by winning the SK Telecom Open last year.
With his first win of the season, Bio Kim is determined to catch two rabbits: a title defense he has never done before.

Bio Kim won nine times카지노사이트, including eight wins on the KPGA Korean Tour and one win on the One Asia Tour. He has never won a contest like Hajim two years in a row.

He is also aiming to tie the record for the most wins in the SK Telecom Open.

The player who has won the most of the 25 SK Telecom Opens so far is Choi Kyung-ju, who has won three times.

If Kim Bio wins this time, he can stand shoulder to shoulder with Choi Kyung-ju.

The strength of the Pinx Golf Club is also the reason for the second straight victory.

The SK Telecom Open has so far been held at Ildong Lake Golf Club, Lakeside Country Club, Baekam Vista Country Club, and Sky72 Golf Club in addition to Pinx Golf Club, and Kim Bio is the only player who has won twice at Pinx Golf Club.

Last year, he also set records for winning the tournament with the fewest strokes (265 strokes) and winning the most strokes (7 strokes).

“I’m nervous because I’m a defending champion,” said Bio Kim. “The SK Telecom Open and Pinx Golf Club feel comfortable like a living room.”

Choi Jin-ho, who won the SK Telecom Open twice in 2015 and 2017, also aims to tie the record for the most wins with Bio Kim.

Jeong Chan-min’s tee shot. [Courtesy of KPGA]

Jung Chan-min, the strongest long hitter in the history of the KPGA Korean Tour, will challenge for his second win of the season following the GS Caltex Maekyung Open.

Jeong Chan-min was eliminated from the cut at this tournament last year when he was a rookie, but this year he is ranked first in both the Genesis Grand Prize and Genesis prize money rankings.

2009 champion Park Sang-hyun and 2019 champion Ham Ham-woo are also looking for a second win.

Choi Kyung-ju, who participated in this tournament for the 21st time and became a symbol of the SK Telecom Open, also draws attention.

She not only won the championship three times, but also set a record of passing the cut 12 times in a row from 2008 to 2019.

Kim Young-soo, who swept the prize money and the grand prize last year and advanced to the DP World Tour, is making his second appearance in a domestic tournament following last month’s Korea Championship.

Go Gun-taek, who won the DB Property Insurance Pro Me Open in the opening game of this season, will go on a hunt for the second win of the season in his hometown of Jeju.

AI Choi Gyeong-ju, who was in charge of commentary on the tournament. [Provided by SK Telecom]

SK Telecom, the organizer, applied various AI-based technologies to this competition so that fans watching the competition through TV and mobile broadcasting and fans visiting the site can enjoy the competition more conveniently and fun.

In particular, using AI media technology, ‘AI Choi Kyung-ju’ appears in every round broadcast to deliver tournament information and points to watch to viewers.

‘AI Choi Gyeong-ju’ learned various information including Choi Gyeong-ju’s game appearance, interviews, the course of the ‘SK Telecom Open’, and players’ records.