Holds the trophy after winning the 3rd Musco Moonlight Champions Open. 스포츠토토 It was his third
career victory on the Senior Tour after never winning on the Korean Tour.
Kim Kyung-min, 52, earned his first victory of the season in the Korea Professional Golf Association’s
(KPGA) only nighttime professional golf tournament, the 3rd Musco Moonlight KPGA Champions Open
(total prize money: 100 million won).
Kim carded three birdies and no bogeys in the final round of the tournament on Thursday at the par-72
Sapphire and Ruby Course at Kalite CC in Gunwi, Daegu, to finish with a 5-under-par 139 and win by one
stroke over runner-up Lee Young-ki (56). He took home 16 million won.
The KPGA Champion Tour
Is in the second half of the season and I am very happy to have won the title. I would like to thank my
wife for always supporting me and say I love her,” said Kim. 토토 “I was able to make par saves at crunch
time, which kept me on a good run. My steady tee shot was the key to my victory.”
On his first win of the season at night, he said, “It’s different and fresh. “I was worried that I wouldn’t be
able to see the ball as it flew because of the night tournament, but thanks to Musco Korea’s lighting, I was
able to play smoothly. I would like to express my sincere gratitude to everyone who worked hard to organize the tournament.”
After joining the KPGA Korean Tour in 1998 and playing until 2006, Kim made his senior debut on the
KPGA Champions Tour QT in 2022. In his debut year, he won the ’12th Grand CC Bae KPGA Senior Golf
Tournament’ and the ‘KPGA Champion Tour 2’ to complete a two-win season, and this year he added
another victory, making it three wins on the senior stage.
Who shot a final total of 4-under-par 140, finished second, while Oh Se (56) and Oh Jun-seok (52) tied for
third with a final total of 3-under-par 141. 스포츠토토링크