It is a scary law to be a veteran with years of experience.
Choi Kyung-ju (53) made 5 birdies and bogey in the first round of the PGA Tour Sony Open in Hawaii (total prize money: $7.9 million) held at the Waialae Country Club (par 70) in Honolulu, Hawaii on the 13th (Korean time). I tied one and hit a 4 under par 66.
Choi Kyung-joo, who won this competition in 2008, showed a champion-like appearance from the first day of this competition. He recorded a fairway landing rate of 78.57%, a green hit rate of 77.78%, and a putting score of 1.696, showing a stable sense of play overall.
Choi Kyung-ju, who started from the 1st hole (par 4), caught his first birdie on the 5th hole (par 4). Choi Kyung-ju, who successfully sent her tee shot into the middle of the fairway, made a two-on and putt for a birdie about 8m.
Choi Gyeong-ju also succeeded in two-on in the 9th hole (par 5) and aimed for an eagle. However, he had to settle for a birdie as the eagle putt went past the hole. A bogey came out on the 10th hole (par 4), but Choi Kyung-ju made another birdie on the 12th hole (par 4) and 16th hole (par 4). In the 16th hole, the elaborate putt shone. 카지노
While veteran Choi Kyeong-ju gained strength in the first round, another veteran Ryan Armor (USA) made a hole-in-one.
He directly attacked the hole with a 6-iron on the 17th hole (par 3). He landed in the center of the green and rolled right into the hole. It was the sixth hole-in-one from the 17th hole at Waiala in the past 40 years.
Although he finished with an even par and was in danger of missing the cut, he debuted as a pro in 1999 and showed an impactful shot like a veteran who played on the PGA Tour from 2007.
Meanwhile, a veteran with a special story also participated. Michelle Castillo is not a tour pro, but is head pro at Kapalua Country Club in Hawaii and former president of the Aloha section. He has contributed to golf in Hawaii, and his family members are all involved in golf.
He hoped so much to compete in the Sony Open, but failed to achieve it, and recently underwent cancer treatment, but at the age of 60, he broke through the qualifying round and took the opportunity.