Lee Kyung-hoon ahead of the Phoenix Open “I gained confidence by winning runner-up in 2021”

“I had fun playing against Scotty Scheffler and Justin Thomas and it gave me confidence.”

In an interview with the PGA Tour ahead of the US Professional Golf (PGA) Tour WM Phoenix Open (total prize money of $20 million), which opens at TPC Scottsdale (par 71), Arizona, USA on the morning of the 10th (Korean time), Lee Gyeong-hoon, who won runner-up in 2021 I recalled good memories.

At the time, Lee Kyung-hoon played with top men’s golfers such as Scotty Scheffler and Justin Thomas (above USA), and finished in a tie for second place, one stroke behind Brooks Koepka (USA). Lee Kyung-hoon said, “I had never played against such players before. It was a fun time and it was a time where I gained confidence.” Thanks to his confidence at the time, Lee won his first victory at AT&T Byron Nelson in May, and a year later, he became the first Korean player active on the PGA Tour to successfully defend his title. 먹튀검증

Lee Kyung-hoon said, “Every shot is important, but you have to pay special attention to the putt.” He cited the secret to entering the top ranks, saying, “The putt went well in the runner-up in 2021. It is important to read the green well and make a good putt.”

This year, the prize money has more than doubled and the scale of the tournament has grown, with most of the top players in the world ranking participating. Lee Kyung-hoon said, “There are a lot of outstanding players this week. I like tournaments with a strong roster of players.” A lot,” he said, expressing his anticipation.

Kyunghoon Lee will compete this week along with Joohyung Kim, Seongjae Lim and Siwoo Kim. Lee Kyung-hoon said, “It’s nice to be able to be together and support each other. It’s nice to see you at the competition every week.” Lee Gyeong-hoon will be accompanied by Chez Libby (USA) and Mackenzie Hughes (Canada) for the first and second rounds of this tournament.

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