Bae Sun-woo (Hana Financial Group), the main character of the 2023 Genesis Grand Prize, will knock on the U.S. stage.

Cho Tae-woo was listed as a final participant of the PGA Tour Qualifying School, which will be held on the TPC Sawgrass Dice Valley Course (par 70, 6,850 yards) in Pontevedra Beach, Florida, for four days from the 14th (local time).

As a winner of this year’s Korea Professional Golfers’ Association (KPGA) Korean Tour, Hae-woo has qualified directly for the final round of the PGA Tour Qualifying School.

“I’ll do my best. I’ve always dreamed of going on the PGA Tour since I was young. I feel very emotional,” he said. “I didn’t stop practicing even after the end of the season. My sense of play is not bad. I believe I’ll get good results.”

Ham Tae-woo participated in the LIV Golf Promotion held at Abu Dhabi Golf Club in the United Arab Emirates for three days from the 8th. He tied for 22nd until the second round, failing to qualify for the third round given to the top 20 players. After the tournament, he moved to the U.S., where the final round of the PGA Tour qualifying school will be held on the 11th.

“It was a chance to change my life. It’s a shame. But I gained confidence that I can do it,” he said. “I don’t think jet lag or physical strength will be a big problem. I will do my best in every round with the thought that I am always hungry.”토토사이트

If you rank in the top five (including tiebreakers) in the final round of PGA Tour qualifying schools, you will be eligible for the PGA Tour card for the 2024 season. In addition to Cho, Kang Sung-hoon and Noh Seung-yeol will also play in the final round.

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