Kim Kyung-min (52) won the Korea Professional Golf Association Champions토토사이트 Tour for the third time. The Champions Tour is a stage where KPGA players over the age of 50 compete.

The ‘3rd Musko Moonlight KPGA Senior Open’ was held on September 13-14 at Calate CC Sapphire and Ruby Course (par 72, 6,277 yards) in Gunwi, Daegu, with a total prize money of 100 million won.

Kim Gyeong-min, who hit a final total of 5 under par 139 strokes (70-69), beat Lee Young-ki (56) and won the prize money of 105 million won for the ‘Musco Moonlight Senior Open’, the Korea Professional Golf

Kim Kyung-min returned to normal after 380 days (1 year and 15 days). This is his third victory in the KPGA Senior Stage. He rose to 5th place in the 2023 Champions Tour prize money and grand prize.

In the 2022 season, Kyung-min Kim won the 2nd KPGA Champions Tour tournament and the 12th Grand CC Cup KPGA Senior Golf Tournament. He shined the most after his Korean professional golf debut, including his prize money and 4th place in the grand prize.

Kim Gyeong-min’s best result in the KPGA Korean Tour (1st division) is a tie for 3rd place at the 2005 Gaya Open. In the second division, a tie for third place in the 6th competition of the 2004 KTF Tour is a career high.

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