A rust-free tank tied for fourth on day one of the Sony Open

“I will try hard while cheering for the young players.”

Choi Kyung-joo (53), the eldest brother in Korean men’s golf, practiced his promise.

Kyung-Joo Choi recorded 4 under par 66 with 5 birdies and 1 bogey on the first day of the PGA Tour Sony Open (total prize money: $7.9 million) held at the Waialay Country Club (par 70) in Honolulu, Hawaii on the 13th (Korean time). and tied for 4th place. Choi Kyung-ju, who reached the top of this event in 2008, showed off his rust-free skills in competition with PGA stars. 먹튀검증

After the match, Choi Kyung-ju looked back and said, “Actually, he was not qualified to participate in this tournament, but the organizers invited him specially. He seems to have done well in the first round.” “When I became the champion in 2008, a lot of fans came and a lot of things happened. I had a lot of thoughts during the first round today. I enjoyed the round with those thoughts at that time. I made a few mistakes, but I think I covered them well with putts.” added.

Junior players such as Kim Joo-hyung, Lim Seong-jae, Kim Si-woo, Lee Gyeong-hoon, and Ahn Byeong-hun also participated in this tournament. Choi Kyung-joo said, “There were almost no Korean players until 10 years ago, but now many players are doing well. Many juniors have now come to the field where I have been alone.” While cheering on the players, I will try my best too.” “I will work harder in the remaining 3 rounds to get good grades. I will always deliver good results with the heart of repaying many fans.”

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