“I changed my life routine” Lee Jae-kyung overcomes Ips, will to win

Lee Jae-kyung (24) is showing his passion for the championship by overcoming Ips.

In the first round of the Korea Professional Golf (KPGA) Korean Tour KB Financial Live Championship (total prize money of 700 million won) held at Blackstone Icheon Golf Club (par 72) in Gyeonggi-do on the 25th, Lee Jae-kyung tied 5 birdies and 1 bogey to score 4 under par 68 strokes. I wrote it down and put my name on the co-leader.메이저사이트

Lee Jae-kyung, who won the Woosung Construction Aramir CC Busan Gyeongnam Open in 2019 and received the rookie award that year, also reached the top in the 2021 Genesis Championship. However, the results have not been released since last year. He also had trouble with the approach mouths he had for about eight years.

Although he finished runner-up at the Honors K Solago CC Hanjang Award Invitational last season, he failed to make the top 10 in the other 14 competitions he participated in. In other words, he was the only top 10 and runner-up in the One-Chapter Invitational, which was held in a modified Stableford format.

Lee Jae-kyung said, “Before taking an approach shot, my hair always went white. I wake up in the morning and train intensively on the approach shot for 30 minutes to an hour. My short game was lacking, but as I improved, the pressure decreased and my confidence increased.” .

After failing to make the cut in three consecutive tournaments, from the DB Insurance Promi Open, the opening match of this year, to the Korea Championship, he made it to the top 10 in three consecutive tournaments, from the GS Caltex Maekyung Open in May to the Woori Financial Championship and SK Telecom Open.

He said, “My grades were not good because of my greed to do well. Changing my daily routine is a factor in my upward trend. It is the habit of waking up early in the morning to practice.” he explained.

In the first round, he won by putting on a difficult course. Lee Jae-kyung recorded a fairway landing rate of 42.86% (tied for 106th place), a green hit rate of 66.67% (58th place), and an average number of putts of 1.58 (joint for second place).

He said, “There were many chances in the first hole, but it was regrettable that we couldn’t take advantage of them. There were a few crises, but the overall play was satisfactory. I think Blackstone Icheon is a ‘course of patience’. Considering the course, it is a very satisfactory result.” said.

Following Lee Jae-kyung, Lee Tae-hoon (Canada) and Kim Min-su tied for the lead with a 4 under par, and Kim Jae-ho and Seo Yo-seop tied for 4th with a 3-under 69. Ham Jeong-woo, Jeon Ga-ram, and Kim Dong-min tied for 6th with a 2-under 70 stroke.

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