This is the great challenge of Lee Seung-min, ‘Woo Young-woo of the golf world’.
Lee Seung-min will be a recommended player for the 2023 Korea Professional Golf (KPGA) Korean Tour Open (total prize money of 700 million won), which will be held on the 20th at Golfzon County Ora (par 72, 7195 yards) in Jeju-si, Jeju-do. This is Seungmin Lee’s 23rd appearance on the Korean Tour.
Lee Seung-min is the protagonist of human victory who is active as a professional golfer despite having an autistic developmental disorder. Lee Seung-min was diagnosed with autistic developmental disorder at the age of two. In 2014, when he was a sophomore at Shinsung High School, he qualified for the KPGA semi-professional, and in 2017 he became a regular member of the Korean Tour. Lee Seung-min won the 1st US Adaptive Open (U.S. Open for the disabled) in July of last year and was in the spotlight. He is also showing off his skills by appearing as an invited player on the domestic professional stage.
If Lee Seung-min advances to the finals at the Golf Zone Open, it is the third time in the domestic competition and the fourth time in his career to ‘pass the cut’. Lee Seung-min took the final stage at the 2018 DB Insurance Promy Open, the 2019 China Tour Shenzhou Peninsula Open, and the 2022 SK Telecom Open. Lee Seung-min’s best performance on the Korean Tour was 62nd at the DB Insurance Promi Open.
Lee Seung-min said,토토사이트 “When I was an amateur, I came to Golfzon County Ora to participate in the Jeju Governor’s Cup Junior Golf Championship every April.” He continued, “I trained hard to improve my shortcomings during the winter battery training,” and revealed his goal, “I will record 2 under par in each round and enter the top 30 on the final day.”