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Jaekyung Lee tied for the lead on the first day of the KPGA Live Championship

Lee Jae-kyung (24) tied for the lead on the first day of the Korea Professional Golf (KPGA) Korean Tour KB Financial Live Championship (total prize money of 700 million won, prize money of 140 million won).

In the first round of the tournament held on the 25th at Blackstone Icheon GC North Course (par 72) in Icheon City, Gyeonggi Province, Lee Jae-kyung hit 5 birdies and 1 bogey to record 4 under par 68 strokes.

Lee Jae-kyung, who showed good skills on the first day of the tournament, will challenge for his third KPGA Korean Tour victory. He is also looking at top 10 finishes in his last four consecutive events.

Lee Jae-kyung 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 GC is a ‘course of patience.’ It’s a score,” he said.

Regarding his recent upward trend, he said, “The reason for the upward trend is that I changed my daily routine. It is the habit of getting up early in the morning and practicing. I entered the top 10 for weeks in a row, but I did not get greedy and focused on each hole.”

Lee Tae-hoon (Canada) hit 1 eagle, 3 birdies and 1 bogey to record 4 under par 68 strokes. Lee Tae-hoon laid the foundation for his fourth KPGA Korean Tour victory.

Lee Tae-hoon said, “Everything is satisfactory except for the bogey in hole 5 (par 5). I played with confidence because it is my favorite bentgrass grass. I want to praise myself for not losing the number of strokes on a challenging course.” I didn’t know I would be able to record an eagle by making a 21.19-yard putt at (par 5). I want to achieve good results tomorrow with this good energy.”

Kim Min-soo (33) also reduced 4 strokes in the first round to rise to the joint lead and challenge for the first time.메이저놀이터

Kim Jae-ho (41), Seo Yo-seop (27), and Kim Dong-min recorded a 3 under par 69 strokes to form a joint 4th place group.

Defending champion Yang Ji-ho (34) tied for 43rd with a 2-over-par 74.


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