Wang Jeong-hun (28) failed to win the Singapore Classic (total prize money of 2 million dollars), where he challenged for the 4th win of the DP World Tour (formerly the European Tour), but was the best European Tour player since he was discharged from the military last summer. made 먹튀검증
On the last day of the tournament held at the Laguna National Golf Resort Club (par 72, 7,420 yards) in Singapore on the 12th (Korean time), Wang Jeong-hoon, who competed for the championship in the championship group, hit 1 under par 71 with 3 birdies and 2 bogeys in the 4th round.
Wang Jeong-hun, who recorded a final total of 15 under par and 273 strokes on the fourth day, tied for third place. It was tied with Marcel Schneider (Germany), who made an eagle putt in the last hole, and Alejandro Del Rey (Spain), who competed head-to-head in the championship group.
The victory went to Okie Stridham (South Africa) who drove a daily best of 9 under par 63 strokes (total 19 under par 269 strokes).
Wang Jeong-hoon, who was co-leader until the 3rd round, continued his frustrating play in the early 4th round, recording a par at the 3rd hole (par 5) where he had made a birdie for 3 days in a row.
Wang Jung-hoon, who committed a bogey on hole 7 (par 4), made up for it with his first birdie on hole 8 (par 4), but bogey came out again on hole 10 (par 4) and moved away from the lead.
Afterwards, he caught a birdie on the 13th hole (par 5) and returned the number of strokes to the starting point, and added a birdie on the 15th hole (par 4) to become ‘under par’. However, before the championship group finished the 18th hole (par 5), the winner and sole 2nd place were confirmed, and the hole went out in a somewhat sluggish atmosphere.
Wang Jeong-hoon, who won the DP World Tour Rookie Award in 2016, added two wins in his rookie season and one win in 2017. In January 2017, he rose to 39th in the world rankings, and is currently at 848th.
After being discharged from the military in July of last year, he made a comeback with a tie for 22nd in the Asian Tour International Series Singapore in August, followed by a tie for 5th in the series Korea, a tie for 23rd in the series Morocco, and a tie for 3rd in the series Egypt, showing quick adaptability.
After warming up on the Asian Tour, Wang returned to the DP World Tour through the Fortinet Australia PGA Championship, the opening game of the new season held in November last year. After missing the cut in Abu Dhabi last month, he performed well in Dubai with a tie for 28th.
Okie Stridham, who was tied for 11th place, 4 strokes behind Wang Jeong-hoon until the 3rd round, won the come-from-behind victory by sweeping 9 birdies without bogey.
Okie Stridum, who reported his first victory at the Alfred Dunhill Championship in December of last year, is the second win in the DP World Tour as well as the second win in the 2023 season.