Jeon Hyo-min (24, National Beef) participated in the ‘KLPGA 2023 Muan CC’ held at West A (OUT) and West B (IN) courses at Muan Country Club (par 72, 6565 yards) located in Muan, Jeollanam-do. -In the first round of the All For You Dream Tour (토토사이트total prize money of 70 million won, championship prize of 10.5 million won), he lifted his first championship cup high.
Jeon Hyo-min started the final round on the 5th with a gap of 7 strokes from the lead and a tie for 22nd place. He got off to a good start by making consecutive birdies on holes 1 and 2. Afterwards, he recorded bogeys on holes 4 and 6, but added 4 birdies on the remaining holes and finished at the top of the leaderboard with a final total of 4 under par 140 (72-68).
Jeon Hyo-min said through KLPGA, “The weather was not good, and the difference between the lead and the score was large, so he did not expect to win. He doesn’t feel it yet, but he feels good because there are a lot of congratulatory text messages.”
Jeon Hyo-min, who joined in 2018, debuted on the KLPGA regular tour last season after playing on the Dream Tour. He made his face known to golf fans by taking a surprise lead in the first and second rounds of the “Nexen-Saint Nine Masters 2022”, but after that, he missed the cut in most of the tournaments, leaving regret.
Jeon Hyo-min said, “I felt the wall of reality while working as a rookie on the regular tour last year. He lost his desire for golf because he felt small because there were so many outstanding players. Even though his grades were not good, he believed in and supported me, so I decided to work hard again. Thank you very much.”
Hyomin Jeon continued, “During winter training in Thailand, I tried to catch an unstable tee shot and played hard in the short game. Today, both the tee shot and the putt went well, but I think I saw the effect of practicing hard.” He cited winter training as the driving force behind his victory.
Jeon Hyo-min, whose goal is to return to the regular tour next year, said, “After winning the championship, I get greedy. I will do my best to make good results for the rest of the season. If I return to the regular tour again, my dream is to maintain the seed for 10 years and join the K-10 club.”
In addition, Kang Dana 2 (24) ranked second alone with a final total of 3 under par 141 strokes (71-70), and Jung Mi-ri (21), Su-bin Jeong (23), and Kim Hae-min (23) tied for third place with 1 under par 143 strokes. Recorded. Shin I-sol (21), who opened up the possibility of winning by taking the lead by 3 strokes with a 7 under par 65 in the first round, lost 7 strokes in the final round and finished with a final total of even par of 144, Jang Jang-soo (25) and Lee Soo-jeong (23), Kim Bo-bae 2 (29), Park So-yeon (31), Noh Won-kyung (24), and Moon Jung-min (21, SBI Savings Bank) made a joint 6th place group.