Kim Joo-hyung becomes Korea’s first D-Open runner-up
This is , where we meet the main characters in the news. A scary new golfer at 21 years old! Kim Joo-hyung finished as the runner-up in The Open. This is the best result for a Korean golfer in the history of The Open. We meet Kim Joo-hyung, the “Little Locomotive Tom,” who overcame bad weather and an ankle injury to win the runner-up spot. The 151st edition of the ‘The Open’ took place on the morning of the 24th. It is one of the 카지노사이트 four major tournaments in men’s golf and boasts the longest history. At The Open, 21-year-old Joo-hyung Kim finished tied for second place with a total of 7-under par 277. The championship went to Brian Harman of the United States. Although he didn’t win, Kim became the first Korean player to finish as the runner-up in the Open. 2nd place in the Open! This is the best result ever for a Korean player. The previous best was a tie for 8th place by Choi Kyung-ju in 2007, 16 years ago. Kim set another record at the event. He became the youngest player in 47 years to finish second or better in the Open. He is also the youngest player to finish runner-up in the Open since Spain’s Cerveza Vallesteros in 1976. He earned $1,084,625, or about $1.39 billion in Korean won, from the tournament. This brings Kim’s total PGA earnings for the 2022-2023 season to $5.62 million, or more than KRW7 billion. It’s the most money in a single season in Korean professional golf history. “The adrenaline kicked in and I was able to play through the pain.” Kim Joo-hyung after his runner-up finish. Kim Joo-hyung overcame an ankle injury to make Korean golf history! His English name is “Tom,” after Thomas, the little locomotive from the cartoon Thomas and Friends. Therefore, his name is also prefixed with the modifier ‘Tom the Little Locomotive’. We hope that he will continue to challenge and grow without stopping, just like his nickname, ‘Little Locomotive’. Congratulations, Joo-hyung Kim. You have been a so far.