This is a decent start for Wang Jeong-hun.
In the first round of the DP World Tour (formerly European Tour) Thailand Classic (total prize money of 2 million dollars) held at the Amata Spring Country Club (par 72, 7505 yards) in Chonburi, Bangkok, Thailand on the 16th, Wang Jeong-hun scored 4 under par 68 to tie for 17th place. Herpes Sami Balimaki (Finland) and Martin Simonsen (Denmark) tied for the lead (8 under par, 64 strokes), and Yannick Paul (Germany) tied for third place (7 under par, 65 strokes).
Wang Jeong-hoon tied 2 eagles, 5 birdies and 5 bogeys. Hole 1 (par 4) birdie, hole 2 (par 5) eagle, hole 6 (par 4) birdie, etc. The early drive to reduce 4 strokes stood out. Holes 7 to 9 were shaken by three consecutive bogeys, but the birdie on hole 10 (par 4), the eagle on hole 11 (par 5), and the birdie on hole 12 (par 4) made a splash. After consecutive bogeys on holes 13 and 14, the damage was reduced with a birdie on hole 15 (par 5). It is a four-stroke gap from the leader, and it is a position where you can compete for the championship. 온라인바카라
Wang Jeong-hoon is a player who has won 3 times on the DP World Tour, including winning the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters in January 2017. This is the point at which he returned to the field this year after completing his military service last year. On the 12th, at the Singapore Classic, he tied for 3rd place and showed off his strength.
Singapore Classic runner-up Balimaki swept 8 birdies without bogey. He is ranked 222nd in the world with one win at the 2020 Oman Open. Eight players, including Lafa Cabrera Beyo (Spain) tied for 5th place (6 under par 66 strokes) and Torbjorn Olesen (Denmark) tied for 9th place (5 under par 67 strokes), are pursuing a chase.