Han Seung-soo, Kolon Korea Open ‘Wire to Wire’ victory announcement is visible

Han Seung-soo took the lead until the first, second, and third rounds of the Kolon Korea Open (total prize money of 1.4 billion won), a Korean Professional Golf (KPGA) Korean Tour national title tournament, and was on the verge of winning the wire-to-wire championship.

In the third round of the tournament held on the 24th at Ujeong Hills Country Club (par 71) in Cheonan, Chungcheongnam-do, Han Seung-soo recorded a 1-over-par 72 and kept the lead with a median total of 6-under 207. Only one stroke away from second place Lee Jae-kyung.

Han Seung-soo, who never gave up the lead from round 1 to round 3, looked forward to winning the Korean Open Wire-to-Wire. It has been two years since Lee Jun-seok won the wire-to-wire in 2021. If Han Seung-soo rises to the top, he will win two KPGA Korean Tour careers in about three years after lifting the LG Signature Players Championship먹튀검증 championship cup in 2020.

After the game, Han Seung-soo said, “The weather was hot and there was nothing much different from the first and second rounds, but it was a pity to see the 18th hole.”

can’t be careless Because there is not a big difference between the junior players. This means that the rankings can be overturned at any time in the final round.

Currently, Lee Jae-kyung, who is in second place, is closely chasing Han Seung-soo with an interim total of 5 under par and 208 strokes. Lee Jae-kyung, who is ranked first in points at the Genesis Grand Prix by entering the top 10 in five consecutive tournaments, including one recent win, will challenge for his second win of the season and his fourth win on the KPGA Korean Tour.

Lee Jae-kyung said, “The flow was good in the first half, but after missing a birdie in the 8th hole, it was difficult.” I will try to win the championship by carrying on this energy until tomorrow.”

Meanwhile, 2021 Korea Open champion Lee Jun-seok and Ian Snaiman (South Africa) tied for third place with a 2-under-par 211 strokes, 4 strokes behind leader Han Seung-soo. Hwang Joong-gon and Lee Jung-hwan tied for 5th place (1 under par 212 strokes), followed.

Kim Min-kyu, who is challenging for his second consecutive victory as the ‘defending champion’, is tied for 7th place with an intermediate total of even par 213 strokes, and goes on a hunt for a come-from-behind victory in the final round.

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