The 2023 Korean Men’s Professional Golf Tour (KPGA) has a blast in reserve.
It is absolutely not unusual for the reservists to feel free after completing their military service, eager to play golf, and equipped with responsibility as heads of households. This is because the face of the player itself is unusual. These are the so-called players who used to be ‘one-handed’ in the old days.
2023 KPGA Korean Tour ‘Reserve Station Blast’ Notice
A total of 8 players are returning from military service this time. Lee Soo-min (30), Jeon Garam (28), Kim Tae-woo (30), Lee Seung-taek (28), Lee Gyeong-jun (30), Kim Jong-hak (26), Ko In-seong (30), and Park Hyeon-seo (23).
Among them, the player who needs to pay attention the most is Lee Soo-min. Lee Soo-min, who debuted on the KPGA Korean Tour in 2015, is a player who has recorded 5 wins 스포츠토토 so far. He won the ‘Gunsan CC Open’ in 2013 as an amateur.
He won the ‘Gunsan CC Open’ in 2015, the first year of his debut, and won the ‘KPGA Myeongchun (Rookie Award)’ that year. In 2016, he also won the DP World Tour ‘Shenzhen International’, which he participated as a recommended player.
Since then, he has been active on the European stage, and has been active in entering the top 10 7 times, including winning the 2019 Hyundai Marine & Fire Insurance Choi Kyung-ju Invitational, and has risen to the ‘Genesis Prize Money King’. In 2020, before enlisting in the military, he recorded a splendid finish by adding one win at the ‘KPGA Open with Solago CC’.
Lee Soo-min, who revealed that he continued to exercise even after serving in the military, said, “I lost my sense of the game, but my shot sharpness, direction, and stamina have improved a lot.” He is one of the strong candidates for the reserve that will make a splash this season.
Soo-min Lee “My shot got much better” Aim Jung
Lee Soo-min is not alone. After enlisting in March 2021, Jeon Garam, who was discharged on December 3 last year and won two wins on the KPGA Korean Tour, will also return. Jeon Ga-ram, who recorded his first win at the ’14th DB Insurance Promy Open’ in 2018, won the wire-to-wire at the ‘2nd Huons Elravie Celebrity Pro-Am’ the following year, winning for two consecutive years. have done
Kim Tae-woo, winner of the 2018 DGB Financial Group Daegu-Gyeongbuk Open, and Lee “Brown” Seung-taek, who holds the record of 60 strokes, the lowest number of strokes in 18 holes of the KPGA Korean Tour, will also start their comeback this season.
Here, Lee Gyeong-jun, Kim Jong-hak, and Ko In-seong also return to the 2023 season tour. Lastly, in 2020, he secured a tour seed in 2021 as a ‘KPGA Srixon Tour integrated point ranking’, but Park Hyun-seo, who joined the military, is also scheduled to appear on the KPGA Korean Tour in 2023 after completing his military service.