Kim Young-soo (34), who won the 2022 Korea Professional Golf (KPGA) Korean Tour Genesis Grand Prize and the prize money king, will participate in the American Professional Golf (PGA) Tour Genesis Invitational.

The Genesis Invitational will be held at the Riviera Country Club in Pacific Palisades, California, USA for four days from the 17th.

Kim Young-soo won the Korean Tour Genesis Championship last year and earned the right to participate in the Genesis Invitational.

The winner of the Genesis Championship is given the right to participate in the PGA Tour Genesis Invitational, the Genesis Scottish Open, a joint event co-sponsored by the PGA Tour and DP World Tour, and the PGA Tour The CJ Cup.

Kim Young-soo, who arrived in the US early on the 8th, said through KPGA, “I am thrilled and thrilled to participate in the Genesis Invitational.” He said at the time, “I also wanted to play on this stage someday,” and I’m happy that I made that dream come true.

“The first goal is to pass the cut. If he succeeds in passing the cut, he will strive to enter the top ranks later,” he said, expressing his determination to “prove that I am competitive on the PGA Tour.”

Kim Young-soo, who debuted on the Korean Tour in 2011, won his first career victory at the Genesis Championship last year, the 12th year of his debut, and added a win at the LG SIGNATURE Players Championship in the final match of the season in November a month later.

Kim Young-soo, who has been in the top 10 8 times, including 2 championships, won the Genesis Grand Prize and the Genesis Prize Money King by placing 1st in Genesis points and 1st in Genesis prize money (791,320,324 won).

Kim Young-soo received a bonus prize of 100 million won, a Genesis G70 shooting break, a 5-year Korean Tour seed, a 1-year DP World Tour seed, and a ticket to the Genesis Scottish Open due to an injury at the Genesis Grand Prize. 카지노

Kim Young-soo said, “The various benefits received as the winner of the Genesis Championship and the Grand Prize winner are a great motivation not only for me but also for all players in Korea.” I would like to say thank you on behalf of the players to the Genesis executives and staff who do it.”

KPGA said, “The 2023 Genesis Scottish Open qualifier was given to Kim Young-soo, Seo Yo-seop (27), second in Genesis points, and Bio Kim (33), third in Genesis points, as well as Kim Young-soo, who won the Genesis Championship and Genesis Grand Prize last year.”

Meanwhile, the Genesis Invitational, which opens on the 17th, will feature Kim Joo-hyung (21), Lim Seong-jae (25), Kim Si-woo (28), and Lee Gyeong-hoon (32), who are active on the PGA Tour, in addition to Kim Young-soo.

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