A special rebellion in Jeju… Golf Young-Woo Woo Lee Seung-Min and middle school student Ahn Seong-Hyun pass the KPGA cut￼
It may not be a big deal to some, but it may be a big deal to others.
A strange thing happened. At the Golfzon Open in Jeju, Lee Seung-min, a golfer with developmental disabilities, and Ahn Seong-hyun, a middle school student, both made the cut.
Lee Seung-min recorded an even par 144 until the second round of the Korean Tour Golf Zone Open (total prize money of 700 million won), which continued at Jeju Golf Zone County Ora (par 72, 7195 yards) until the morning of the 22nd, tied for 34th and passed the cut. 스포츠토토
Lee Seung-min, with a developmental disability of grade 3, passed the KPGA regular membership test in June 2017 and became the first champion at the US Open golf tournament for the disabled in July last year. Participating in the Korean Tour for the 23rd time and the first time this year, he passed the cut for the 3rd time on the Korean Tour and the 4th including overseas competitions. In the final round the next day, he tied for 62nd at the SK Telecom Open in June last year. Challenging personal best results.
Meanwhile, middle school amateur Ahn Seong-hyun, who was born in May 2009 and is not yet 14 years old, advanced to the third round by tying for 48th with a 1-over-par 145 through the second round. Ahn Seong-hyun was tied for 16th place in the third round with good performances that did not lose at bats.
Ahn Seong-hyun set the record for the youngest player to participate in the Korean Tour (12 years and 11 months) at the DB Insurance Promy Open in April of last year, and the youngest to pass the cut (13 years and 4 months) at the Biz Play Electronic Newspaper Open in September last year. .