Song Jae-il won the 4th KPGA Srixon Tour… ‘Ranked first in prize money’

Song Jae-il (25), sponsored by Srixon, lifted the championship cup at the 4th tournament of the 2023 KPGA Srixon Tour (total prize money of 80 million won).

Song Jae-il rose to the top with a total of 11 under par and 131 strokes in the final two rounds of the tournament, which ended on the 13th at the Gunsan Country Club Jeonju-Iksan course (par 71) in Gunsan, Jeollabuk-do.

Following Kim Yong-tae (24), who won the 3rd tournament on the 11th, Srixon players from Song Jae-il achieved the splendid feat of winning two consecutive championships.

Song Jae-il added a Srixon Tour victory in about three years. Receiving the prize money of 16 million won, he collected 17.08 million won in prize money and climbed to the top of the prize money rankings.

Song Jae-il said, “I am happy to win after a long time. I would like to say thank you to his parents and the Srixon officials who always support him like family.” Fortunately, the more he played, the more stable he was, and the fact that he showed concentration until the end was the driving force behind the victory.”

Song Jae-il dreamed of becoming a judo player at the age of 8 and learned judo. At the age of 11, his father encouraged him to switch to golf. In July 2015 he entered the KPGA Pro and in October of that year he qualified as a KPGA Tour Pro. In June 2015, during his amateur days, he was tied for 4th place in the first round of the Gunsan CC Open, which he entered after qualifying.

Song Jae-il, who was active on the KPGA Srixon Tour in 2020, participated in eight tournaments and entered the top 10 four times, including winning one, and climbed to third place in Srixon points, earning the right to participate in the 2021 KPGA Korean Tour.

That year, he participated in 16 Korean Tour tournaments, but lost his seed by missing the cut in 8 tournaments, and returned to the Srixon Tour.

Song Jae-il said,토스카지노 “I still feel a lot of regret because I couldn’t get good results in my first year of debut.”

Park Chan-young (25), Andy Kang (24, USA), and Yeo Jin (23, New Zealand) finished the tournament tied for second place with a final total of 9 under par and 133 strokes.

Cho Woo-young (22), a two-time winner of the Srixon Tour and a national representative for the Hangzhou Asian Games, tied for 8th place with a total of 7 under par 135 strokes. Cho Woo-young is an amateur, so he does not receive prize money, but he is running first in Srixon points (21229.34 points).

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