The Doosan Construction Golf Team is aiming for the first championship of the ‘Doosan Construction We’ve Championship’ (total prize money of 1.2 billion won) starting on the 10th.
Heejeong Lim, Gyeol Park, Hyo Hyo-joo, and Hyun-joo Yoo, members of the Doosan Engineering & Construction Golf Team, and national team member Min-sol Kim will be all out for this tournament. Lim Hee-jeong, who returned to the tour last week after concentrating on treatment due to the aftereffects of a car accident, said, “I couldn’t practice much because I was concentrating on treatment during the recovery period.” I will do my best to focus and become the first champion.”
Park Gyeol, who boasts a high-quality shot this season, is also aiming for the championship. Park Gyeol, who has not been able to deliver the news of the championship since 2018, is in an atmosphere of a clear rebound this season. In 17 competitions this season, he finished in the top 10 three times, including runner-up once and third place once. After failing to make the cut at the Samdasoo Championship held last week, it is also a strength of training to adapt to the field early at Teddy Valley Golf & Resort in Jeju, where the tournament will be held. In addition, Minsol Kim, who is participating as a national representative for the Hangzhou Asian Games, is also raising expectations for the shot to be shown among the pros.먹튀검증
In addition, Hyunjoo Yoo, who is active in the field and broadcasting, is interested in what kind of shots she will show on the KLPGA tour after a long time.
Doosan E&C plans to bring a clear brand image through this competition. Doosan E&C has matched the image of this competition with the apartment brand ‘We’ve’, which includes ‘a competition that I really want to attend’ (Have), ‘a competition with joy’ (Live), ‘a competition with love and happiness’ (Love), It was decided to include ‘a contest that contributes to the environment and society’ (Save) and ‘a contest that heals away from everyday life’ (Solve).
As it was the first tournament, support for the players was meticulous. In order to improve the performance of the players, they provided free practice at-bats on the driving range and natural grass twice a day, and prepared a buffet for all rounds. In addition, Teddy Valley Golf & Resort provides 3 million won in cash to players who break the course record (8 under par, 64 strokes).