These are the voices of support from the bleachers at the 18th hole during the second round of the SK Telecom Open held at the Pinx Golf Club in Seogwipo, Jeju on the 19th. Korean men’s golf legend Choi Gyeong-ju (53), nicknamed ‘Tank’, succeeded in passing the 20th cut of his personal career at the SK Telecom Open.
On this day, Choi Gyeong-ju recorded a total of 1 under par 141 in the first and second rounds after a forced march through 25 holes, including the remaining 7 holes in the first round and 18 holes in the second round. Although the second round of the tournament was postponed to sunset after 7:36 p.m., Choi Kyung-joo succeeded in advancing to the final round by far exceeding the 2-over par, the expected cut-off standard.
After the game, Choi Kyung-ju said, “I did not perfectly adapt to the jet lag, but I did my best in each hole.”메이저놀이터
Baek Seok-hyun, who hit 9 under par in the first round, reduced 3 more strokes in the second round to record a total of 12 under par, maintaining his sole lead. He is three strokes behind Korean-Canadian Lee Tae-hoon (9 under par), who placed second alone. Lee Jae-kyung finished third with an 8-under par, while Ham Ham-woo Ham, Park Gyeong-nam, Park Eun-shin, and Choi Ho-seong tied for fourth with a 7-under par. ‘Defending champion’ Kim Bio reduced two strokes that day to finish tied for 30th even par.
Meanwhile, the SK Telecom Open, which celebrated its 26th this year, is a major tournament that gives the winner a 4-year tour seed (2024-2027) and 1,200 Genesis points. JTBC Golf and JTBC Golf & Sports will broadcast the entire round of the tournament live, and you can watch the 3rd round of the tournament from 10:30 am on the 20th.