“End of adaptation to the Korean tour” 4th year Go Gun-taek… “I will win my first championship in my hometown, Jeju”

“The first Korean Tour victory is in Jeju,” the goal of Go Gun-taek’s 2023 season in the 4th year of the tour.

Go Gun-taek said, “I have prepared a lot for this year. I will show a matured image both technically and mentally. My goal is to win the first Korean Tour. I will continue to perform well and enter the top 10 of Genesis points.” .

Go Gun-taek started playing golf at the recommendation of his parents. He served on the national team in 2016 and in the national standing army in 2017. In November 2019, he tied for 9th on the Korean Tour QT, making his 2020 tour debut.

In his debut season, he succeeded in retaining the seed by passing the cut in nine competitions. Last year, 2021, he competed in 17 events. He passed the cut in 13 competitions and placed 25th in Genesis points. He earned a total prize money of 203.78 million won and finished 23rd in this category.

He had his first chance to win, but unfortunately missed it. In the first round of the 2021 Genesis Championship, he broke the course record by writing 10 under par 62 strokes. He held the sole lead until the third round, but lost six strokes in the final round to finish the contest in third place. 먹튀검증

Ko Gun-taek said, “I made several mistakes in the beginning, but I kept thinking about it. As a result, I couldn’t play the game I wanted. I felt that I had to focus only on my game. It was a good experience.”

Last year he competed in 21 tournaments. He was named 29th in Genesis points and 35th in the money list. Ko Gun-taek said, “For 2021-2022, we set our goal to enter the top ranks.

My goal this year is to win my first championship. To this end, I did battery training in Las Vegas, USA for a month last February. Ko Gun-taek explained, “I focused on improving the accuracy of my shot. I insisted on the draw pitch, but this year I tried to use the fade pitch as well. I also focused on image training, such as mental strengthening training.”

He also expressed his wish to achieve his first victory in Jeju, his hometown, if possible. Goguntaek was born in Seogwipo, Jeju. He still lives in Seogwipo. Ko Gun-taek said, “When we hold a tournament in Jeju, many locals come. They send enthusiastic support. I want to win Jeju and become ‘the pride of the local people’.”

Meanwhile, the most recent winner of the Korean Tour event held in Jeju is Kang Seong-hoon, who competed as an amateur at the Lotte Skyhill Open in 2006.

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