KPGA Seo Yoseob “I don’t remember the 2nd place… I will hold the grand prize this year”

“This year, I will have 3 wins and the grand prize,”

Seo Yo-seop made up his mind for the new season in 2023.

Seo Yo-seop won two games last year and recorded the most victories for two years in a row. However, he left a regret as he finished the season without receiving the Genesis Grand Prize. Seo Yo-seop, who was ranked 1st in Genesis points ahead of the final game, was likely to win the ‘Genesis Grand Prize’, the best spot on the KPGA Korean Tour, but unfortunately he could not get it.

Seo Yo-seop, who looked back on the 2022 season, said, “I won twice, and after 2021, I won again. It was a satisfactory season,” he said. “However, as there was a good opportunity to win the grand prize, he collapsed for a while after the season ended. I remembered the adage, ‘No one remembers second place’.”

In the 2022 season, he participated in 20 competitions and reached the top 10 six times, including two wins, but there were also regrets.

Seo Yoseob said, “There are only two regrettable moments. When I was competing for the championship in the final round of the Hyundai Marine & Fire Choi Kyung-ju Invitational, 토토I was far from winning because of a tee shot error on the 17th hole, and in the LG Signature Players Championship, I had throat symptoms from the practice round, so it was regrettable that I could not perform as I wanted.” In the

new year 2023 season, Seo Yo-seop challenges the grand prize once again.

Seo Yo-seop said, “A year ago, around this time in 2022, I made up my mind that I would like to win the grand prize this year as well. 50% of the goal was achieved because he had the most wins. As he won 2 wins for 2 consecutive years, he must win the ‘Genesis Grand Prize’ with 3 wins this season

Seo Yo-seop will leave for Singapore on the 15th to prepare for the Asian Tour. Seo Yo-seop said, “We plan to focus on training for putts and approach shots around the green. In particular, we plan to improve our ability to use shots within a distance of about 50m.”