Wang Jeong-hoon, Asian Tour Malaysia Open runner-up Securing qualification for the Open

Wang Jeong-hoon (center), who won the right to participate in the Open.On the right is the winner, Puig.

Wang Jeong-hoon finished second at the Asian Tour IRS Prima Malaysia Open (total prize money of $1 million).

Wang Jeong-hoon recorded 11 birdies and 1 bogey in the fourth round on the last day of the tournament held at The Mines Resort and Golf Club (par 71, 6,756 yards) in Selangor, Malaysia on the 18th, scoring 10 under par 61 strokes. .

Wang Jeong-hoon, who had a final total of 21 under par and 263 strokes, finished the tournament in sole second place. 스포츠 토토사이트

Born in 1995, Jeong-Hoon Wang is a player who has won a total of 3 wins in the DP World Tour, including 2 wins in 2016 and 1 win in 2017.

Among these three wins, the Mauritius Open, which he won in May 2016, was also an Asian Tour tournament, so if Wang Jeong-hoon had won this Malaysia Open, he could have achieved his second Asian Tour win in eight years.

Wang Jeong-hoon earned the right to participate in the July Open, which is given to the top three players in this tournament.Wang Jeong-hoon has not had a chance to compete in a major tournament since 2018.

David Puig (Spain), who plays at LIV Golf, sponsored by Saudi Arabian capital, won with a final total of 23 under par 261 strokes.

Puig won his second Asian Tour win in four months since the Singapore International Series in October last year.

The prize money for winning this competition is $180,000 (about 240 million won).Runner-up Wang Jeong-hoon received $110,000, or about 140 million won in Korean currency.

Among Korean players, Bae Sang-moon tied for 9th place with 16 under par 268 strokes, following Wang Jeong-hoon. 슬롯게이밍

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