Choi Kyung-joo (53) will be in Hawaii for two weeks in a row. This time, she will compete in the 2023 season opener of the US Professional Golf (PGA) Champions Tour and go on the hunt for her championship.

Choi Kyung-ju will participate in the PGA Champions Tour Mitsubishi Electric Championship (total prize money of 2 million dollars) held at Hualalai Golf Club (par 72) in Kaupulehu-Kona, Hawaii, USA for four days from the 20th (Korean time).

Choi Kyung-ju, who participated in the PGA Tour Sony Open held in Honolulu, Hawaii on the 13th, made a good start by hitting a 4-under-par 66 on the first day. However, he lost 3 strokes in the 2nd round and was unfortunately unable to pass the cut by 1 stroke. 카지노사이트

Although he failed to pass the cut he had hoped for, it is a satisfactory part that he improved his performance through two days of competition and finished adapting to the Hawaiian atmosphere.

After finishing the first tournament of the new year, Choi Kyung-ju will challenge for the second championship of his career this week in the opening game of the Champions Tour.

Choi Kyung-ju, who started his Champions Tour activities from the 2020-2021 season, won his first victory at the Pure Insurance Championship in September 2021.

Last year, he tied for 19th in the opening game. Choi Kyung-joo, who started in a tie for 13th on the final day, expected to enter the top ranks, but missed the top 10 as he could not reduce his number of strokes because his shot was a little shaky.

Miguel Angel Jimenez (Spain) is trying to win his second consecutive championship. In last year’s tournament, he hit 17-under 199 and won after overtime with Steven Alker (Australia).

A total of 42 players, including Choi Kyung-ju, Jimenez, David Duvall, Stephen Alker, David Toms, Vijay Singh, Bernhard Langer, and Mike Weir, compete for the championship in four rounds of 72 holes. The total prize money is $2 million, and the winning prize is $340,000.

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