Kim Bio, Park Sang-hyun, etc. ‘International Series Arrogance’ Challenge

February 9, 2023 0 Comments

After warming up at the opening game of the Asian Tour, Korean players will move to Oman to challenge for their first win of the season.

The International Series Oman (total prize money of $2 million), the second event of the Asian Tour this season, kicks off at the Almaz Golf Course in Muscat, Oman for four days from the 9th (Korean time). The ‘International Series’, which celebrates its second year this year, has increased the prize money per competition to at least $2 million and increased the number of competitions from 7 to 10.

A number of Korean players, including last year’s Asian Tour Rookie of the Year award Kim Bio, Ok Tae-hoon, Sang-moon Bae, and Kyung-jun Moon, were on the roster.

Kim Bio, who ranked 2nd in the Asian Tour Rookie토토사이트 Award and prize money ranking, is in revenge for missing the cut in the opening game, and Ok Tae-hoon, who enjoyed the thrill of his first professional win at the International Series Korea held in Jeju in 2022, will once again challenge to win the International Series.

Attention is focusing on whether Moon Kyung-joon and Park Sang-hyun, who showed their veteran side by ranking tied for 12th and 18th respectively in the opening game of the Asian Tour, will continue their upward trend.

Bae Sang-moon participates in this tournament as a former Ryder Cup or Presidents Cup player.

Players active in LIV, such as former world No. 1 Brooks Koepka (USA) and younger brother Chase Koepka (USA), as well as last year’s International Series prize money champion Scott Vincent (Zimbabwe), announced their participation.

The first round of the International Series Oman Tournament will be held from 6:30 pm on the 9th and will be available on the TV channel SpotiV Golf & Health Channel and the sports OTT service SPOTV NOW.

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