The ‘Biz Play Electronic Newspaper Open’ held at Yeongam Cosmos Links was a competition that highlighted the grit and determination of the participating players. Even in bad weather, the players showed 200% of their skills and produced scores that exceeded expectations. In particular, the shortened number of competition days due to weather conditions put pressure on the players to give up any hole. Therefore, while the first and second rounds were in progress, the leading rankings changed frequently. In particular, the organizers and galleries evaluated that the players’ will shown in the second round stood out compared to the first round.
In the first round held on the 14th, Park Eun-shin tied for the lead with Jeong Yun early on with a ‘no-bogey’ buddy show. Eun-shin Park recorded 7 under par 65 strokes on this day with 1 eagle and 5 birdies. Jeongyoon also played a perfect game with no bogeys. Like Park Eun-shin, Jeong Yun recorded five birdies and an eagle over 18 holes, putting her name at the top of the leaderboard. Seo Yo-seop, who swept a whopping 7 birdies, took second place in the first round. Following them, Jeon Ga-ram, Kwon Osang, Park Bae-jong, Lee Gyu-min, Kim Dong-min, Lee Dae-han, Choi Min-cheol, and Kim Jun-seong formed a joint third place group with 5 under par.
The Bizplay Electronic Newspaper Open Golf Tournament was held at Cosmos Rings in Yeongam-gun, Jeollanam-do for four days starting on the 14th. Kyung-Jun Moon is looking at the putting line at the 3rd hole (par 5) in the remaining match of the 2nd round on the 17th. Yeongam (Jeonnam) = Reporter Minsu Kim firstname.lastname@example.org
When the second round began on the morning of the 16th, the leaderboard began to fluctuate. The player who led the game that day was Lee Seong-ho. Seongho Lee is a ‘veteran’ who debuted in the KPGA Korean Tour in 2009. He has participated in 164 competitions to date, but has not been able to win a championship. Seongho Lee, who recorded 5 under par in the first round, made 6 birdies without a bogey in the second round and took the lead with a total of 11 under par.메이저놀이터
The remainder of the second round, which had been suspended due to bad weather, resumed at 9 a.m. on the 17th. As soon as the remaining games resumed, the leaderboard began to change by the minute.
The Bizplay Electronic Newspaper Open Golf Tournament was held at Cosmos Rings in Yeongam-gun, Jeollanam-do for four days starting on the 14th. Seongho Lee is checking the direction of the pin at the 17th hole (par 3) in the remaining match of the second round on the 17th. Yeongam (Jeonnam) = Reporter Kim Dong-wook email@example.com
Ga-Ram Jeon, who was on the rise in the second round, captured an eagle on the 8th hole of the out-course and finished the match tied for the lead with Seong-Ho Lee at 11 under par. However, the two players’ joint lead did not last long.
Kim Chan-woo, who recorded 4 under par the previous day, swept 8 birdies without bogeys on this day and rose to the sole lead at 12 under par. Kim Chan-woo succeeded with a chip-in birdie on the par 5 8th hole of the incourse, pushing Lee Seong-ho and Jeon Ga-ram, who finished the match earlier, to second place.
Korean-American player Jeong Yoon recorded 7 under in the first round and then reduced 4 strokes in the second round to tie for second place with 11 under par.
Lee Jeong-hwan, who has two wins in the KPGA Korean Tour, recorded an eagle and five birdies in the second round, but two bogeys hindered his way to the lead. Lee Jung-hwan, nicknamed ‘Iron Man’ for his accurate iron shots, tied for 7th place with 9 under par on this day.
Gyeongjun Moon caught a birdie at the par 3 hole on the outcourse 5th and finished the match tied for 5th place with 10 under par. Moon Kyung-jun showed concentration by reducing as many as 7 strokes in the second round alone.
Defending champion Choi Jin-ho recorded scores of 68 and 69 in the first and second rounds, respectively.
Meanwhile, this tournament was decided to be shortened to 36 holes after consultation with the tournament organizer, association, and players’ association due to course maintenance after bad weather on the 16th. Even if it is reduced to 36 holes, it will be recognized as an official tournament and 75% of the original prize money will be paid. Genesis points are paid out at 100%. Previous KPGA Korean Tour 36-hole matches included the Busan Open in August 1983 and the Pocari Sweat Open in June 1989.