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Go Jeong-won, a French Korean, tries to enter the top 10 for the first time in the DP World Tour season

Go Jung-won (24), a Korean-American from France, aims to enter the top 10 at the DP World Tour Afrasia Bank Mauritius Open (total prize money of 1 million euros).

In the third round of the DP World Tour Afrasia Bank Mauritius Open held at Montchoiser Golf (par 72) in Grand Bay, Mauritius on the 17th (Korean time), Ko Jeong-won tied 5 birdies and 3 bogeys to record 2 under par 70 strokes. .

Ko Jeong-won, who recorded an interim total of 8 under par 208, was tied for ninth place. He’s a little behind the lead by 6 strokes, but he deserves a shot at his first top 10 on the DP World Tour.

Putting went well in this round. He recorded 27 putts, lower than his round average of 30.7. Go Jeong-won, who caught the first birdie on the 2nd hole 메이저놀이터 (par 4), seemed to shake as he made consecutive bogeys on the 4th and 5th holes.

Go Jung-won, who recovered by successfully making birdies in holes 7 and 8, could not continue the atmosphere with a bogey on hole 9 (par 4), but in the second half, he made birdies on holes 12 (par 5) and 18 (par 5) without a bogey. It showed stable play.

Ko Jeong-won, a French Korean born in 1998, who stood out in golf enough to be selected for the French national team, entered the DP World Tour this year. He competed in 24 matches on the Second Division Challenge Tour last year and finished in the top 10 six times, including one runner-up.

There was no significant achievement in this year’s DP World Tour. At his opening match, the Yoburg Open, he finished in a tie for 66th, and his best finish was a tie for 30th at the Inbestek South African Open Championship.

He is a Korean player who is not well known in Korea, but on his personal SNS, he writes that he is a French / Korean professional golfer, conveying his love for Korea. It remains to be seen if Ko Jeong-won can make his first top 10 break on the DP World Tour.

Antoine Rosner (France) took the sole lead with 14 under par 202 strokes, while Julien Brunn (France) finished second with 12 under par 204 strokes. Oliver Becker (South Africa) is in third place with 11-under 205 strokes and is pursuing.

The final round of the DP World Tour Mauritius Open will be broadcast live for free on SPOTV Golf & Health and OTT service SPOTV NOW at 5 pm on the 18th.