Seo Jung-min (25, Srixon), a former baseball player, lifted the championship trophy after 4 extended bloody battles at the 2023 KPGA Srixon Tour 6th Tournament (total prize money 80 million won, championship prize money 16 million won).먹튀검증

Seo Jeong-min shot a 6 under par 66 in the second round on the final day of the tournament held on the 17th at the Solago CC Lagos course (par 72, 7290 yards) in Taean, Chungcheongnam-do. Seo Jung-min, who recorded a final total of 9 under par 135 strokes,
finished the regular round with a tie with Park Ji-seong (21).

Seo Jeong-min, who was unable to decide the outcome until the 3rd game in the overtime on the 17th hole (par 5), defeated Park Ji-seong, who stopped trying to catch par in the 4th game of extra time, and lifted the first championship trophy in his professional debut.

Seo Jung-min played baseball until the 6th grade of elementary school and started holding a golf club at the recommendation of his mother. Later, in October 2015, he joined the KPGA Pro. After joining the KPGA Tour Pro in September 2017, he is mainly active on the KPGA Srixon Tour.

Seo Jeong-min said, “After the game on the first day, I was feeling a little sore, so I got an IV and played the game today. I am happy because it is his first win in 8 years of his debut,” he said, expressing his goal, “I want to enter the KPGA Korean Tour in 2024 by preparing steadily for the rest of the season like today and entering the top of the’Srixon Point’.”

Park Ji-seong placed second, Shin Jae-won (28), Jeon Jun-hyeong (28), Lee Gwang-yeon (26), Kim Kyu-bin (30), and Kim Kook-jin (26) finished the tournament tied for third place with a final total of 5 under par and 139 strokes.

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