‘Passed the 4th cut’ Lee Seung-min “I think the results of the hard winter training came out”

 Lee Seung-min, a golfer with a developmental disability who succeeded in passing the 4th cut of his career at domestic and international professional golf tours, was delighted that the results of his fierce winter training had come from the first tournament of the season and pledged to take a leap forward.

Lee Seung-min, who is participating in the Korea Professional Golf (KPGA) Korean Tour Golf Zone Open, met with Yonhap News after the 3rd round on the 22nd and said, “I feel very good after passing the cut in the first part 1 tour of this year. ‘Hard training’ during battery training I think it’s because I increased my flight distance, made up for my shortcomings, and honed my skills well.”메이저사이트

Lee Seung-min recorded an even par of 144 until the second round of the Golfzon Open, which continued until the morning of the day, and passed the cut with a tie for 34th place.

Lee Seung-min, who has a developmental disability of grade 3, started playing golf in the first year of middle school, obtained regular membership of the Korea Professional Golf Association (KPGA) in 2017, and became the first champion of the disabled US Open golf tournament in July of last year.

After five challenges, he became a professional golfer and communicated with the world and competed confidently. He succeeded in passing the cut for the fourth time in his career, including his third in domestic competitions and the China Tour Shenzhou Peninsula Open in April 2019.

In the third round, which followed the remainder of the second round, hunting continued in the strong wind and lost 10 strokes, so the ranking until the third round was tied for 71st (10 over par 226 strokes).

“Today, I had to play the rest of the round 2 first, so I came out with a little less sleep. The wind blew so much that my body was shaken, but I think my mentality was also shaken.” I want to focus and finish well.”

The result of the 3rd round was disappointing, but passing the cut at the first Korean Tour event after spending 3 months in Thailand and training hard is definitely a positive result for Lee Seung-min.

He said that he paid particular attention to increasing the flight distance in field training, hinting that “the average distance of drivers has increased by 20 to 30 yards to an average of 300 yards.”

Lee Seung-min said, “I really want to be in the top 30 in the first part of the tour, and my goal is to win two consecutive championships at the US Open for the Disabled in July.”

In the final round of the Golfzon Open on the 23rd, he first aims for the best performance in individual professional competitions, surpassing the 62nd place in the SK Telecom Open last year.

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