Introducing 24 players from around the world, the name at the top is Kim Hyo-joo, and 4 LPGA ‘improved players’.

Kim Joo-hyung (21, photo), the new engine of Korean men’s golf, was selected as one of the players under the age of 24 to watch in 2024.

On the 29th, the PGA Tour introduced players under the age of 24 to watch on its website and listed Kim Joo-hyung’s name at the top of the 24 players. The PGA Tour said, “Kim Joo-hyung is only 21 years old, but he has already won three times on the PGA Tour and has placed in the top 10 twice in major tournaments this year,” and added, “There were some growing pains, but he has emerged as a better player.” Kim Joo-hyung tied for 8th place at this year’s major tournament, the US Open, and tied for 2nd place at the Open. “I thought his first two wins were too fast, but he took longer to win his third,” said Kim Joo-hyung. “But he was very sweet.” 카지노사이트랭크

Denmark’s young gun Nikolai Heugor (22) was introduced as the second person, following Kim Joo-hyung. Hoygor has reached the summit three times on the DP World Tour, including his final event of the season. Hoygor, who will become an official member of the PGA Tour next year, is evaluated as the ‘second Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland)’ due to his long hitting power and short game ability. The youngest of the 24 was 15-year-old Miles Russell (USA). Russell received the ‘Player of the Year’ award from the American Junior Golf Association (AJGA) this year. There are only two players, Russell and ‘Golf Emperor’ Tiger Woods (48), who have received this award before turning 16.

Kim Hyo-joo (28) was included in the four players whose performance improved noticeably on the LPGA Tour this year. Golf Week, an American golf media outlet, reported that Kim Hyo-joo started this season in 8th place and finished in 1st place as a result of evaluation using its own ranking system. 섯다

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