In the first round of the tournament held at Westlake International Golf Course par 72/7280 yards in Hangzhou, China on the 28th, Jang Yu-bin swept 12 birdies and blocked one bogey to finish 11-under 61. 토토사이트링크
Jang Yu-bin, who beat second-place Tai Chi Ko Hong Kong by one stroke, took the lead and finished the first round happily. Jang Yu-bin is the youngest member of the men’s golf team, which is called the strongest member ever. Following Lim Sung-jae and Kim Si-woo, who play as top players on the PGA Tour, Cho Woo-young joined the amateur national team.
He is an amateur, but his presence is no less than that of a professional. Last month, he won the Gunsan CC Open of the Korean Tour, the first division tour of the Korea Professional Golf Association, and raised his name as a pro-catching amateur.
The recent rise was reflected in the game. Jang Yu-bin, who cited his strengths as bashing, played a game that 100% saved his strengths.
Jang Yu-bin took the lead early on, making birdies in six consecutive holes from the first to the sixth hole. He recorded par at the 7th hole par 3 to end his consecutive birdie streak, but added a birdie at the 8th hole par 5.
After birdie on the 10th hole par 5, he made a bogey on the 11th hole par 4, giving up the lead to Japan’s Masato Sumiuchi at one point, but Jang Yu-bin later recovered to the lead by birdieing on the 12th, 14th, and 15th holes par 4.
Jang Yu-bin, who added a birdie again on the 17th hole par 5 when he allowed Tai Chi Ko Hong Kong to tie for the lead, finished the last 18th hole par 4 with par and finished with a one-shot lead.
Jo Woo-young also made nine birdies without bogey. Cho Woo-young also won the Korean Tour Golf Zone Open in Jeju as an amateur in April. Cho Woo-young, who scored a 9-under 63, got off to a good start by tying for third place, trailing the lone leader Jang Yoo-bin by two strokes.
Lim Sung-jae, the highest-ranking player in the world among the players in the tournament, tied for 66, tied for 14th place with 7 birdies and 1 bogey, while Kim Si-woo recorded 1 eagle and 4 birdies.
Tai Chi Ko was in the second place alone, chasing Jang Yu-bin. Ko, who shot a 10-under 62, is a rookie who won one victory in the Asian Tour in March.
19-year-old Japanese amateur Sumiuchi and Chen Gu-sin of China tied for third place with Cho Woo-young with a 9-under 63. Pachara Khongwatmai Thailand, who has a lot of professional experience, ranked sixth alone with 8-under 64.
The Korean men’s national team is also leading the team event thanks to the strong performances of brother line Jang Yu-bin and Cho Woo-young. The men’s team event adds up the scores of the top three players with good performance among the four players from each country. South Korea topped the list with a total of 26-under 190 strokes, including 11-under for Jang Yoo-bin, 9-under for Cho Woo-young, and 6-under for Im Sung-jae and Kim Si-woo. It easily beat Singapore and Japan.
The Korean men’s golf team, which is aiming for the first gold medal in men’s individual and team golf in 13 years since the 2010 Guangzhou Games, has fully revealed the possibility of a gold medal from the first day.