‘Eccentric golfer’ Heo In-hoe (36), who receives support from many fans for his unique fashion and unstoppable play, recorded his 5th win in the Korea Professional Golf Association (KPGA) Korean Tour.
On the last day of the Korean Tour iMBank Open (total prize money of 500 million won) held at Pami Hills Country Club (par 71) in Chilgok, Gyeongsangbuk-do on the 24th, Heo In-hoe made 9 birdies without bogey and recorded 9 under par 62 strokes. Heo In-hoe recorded a total of 20 under par 264 strokes, beating second place Lee Jeong-hwan (32) by 4 strokes, and lifted the championship cup two years after the 2021 GS Caltex Maekyung Open. The winning prize is 100 million won.
Heo In-hoe, who started the 4th round with a joint lead, briefly allowed the joint lead to Lee Jung-hwan, who was in hot pursuit by reducing 9 strokes until the 13th hole, but widened the gap again by catching 3 consecutive birdies in holes 13 to 15, and then won the 17th hole (par). 4) He sealed the victory with a birdie.토토사이트
He was once called a variety of nicknames, including ‘lazy genius’, ‘four-dimensional golfer’, and ‘cheeky’. He was once criticized for revealing in a public interview that he entered the competition without practicing at all.
Heo In-hoe, who publicly proposed to his wife, who served as his caddy, on the golf course and married him in 2016, became a father last February. Heo In-hoe said, “As the head of a family, I want to live responsibly while continuing to play games that entertain the fans.”