The 2023 Korea Professional Golf Association (KPGA) club league announced the start through the season opener ‘The 18th DB Insurance Promy Open (total prize money of 700 million won, prize money of 140 million won)’.
The 18th DB Insurance Promy Open includes ▲Last year’s winning club Hana Financial Group ▲CJ ▲Web Cash Group ▲Geumgang Housing ▲Woori Financial Group ▲DB Insurance ▲Woosung General Construction ▲NH Nonghyup Bank ▲Daebo Construction ▲Volvik ▲BRIC ▲SK Telecom ▲BC Card ▲Zibent ▲team Sokchoi ▲Amazing Cree ▲COWELL, 17 clubs participated.
Go Gun-taek (24) of Daebo Engineering & Construction held the 2023 KPGA Korean Tour (1st division) opening game at the 18th DB Damage Insurance Promy Open held at Ravier Bell CC in Chuncheon, Gangwon-do for four days from the 13th to the 16th. raised
Thanks to Go Gun-taek’s victory, Daebo Engineering & Construction earned 2133.25 club points and placed first in the club rankings of the ‘KPGA Professional Golf Club League’. Two players from Daebo Engineering & Construction participated in the 18th DB Insurance Promy Open.
As a result of tallying the KPGA professional golf team league rankings after the tournament, Daebo Engineering & Construction ▲ 1,000 points for each club ▲ 1,000 points for the winner Go Gun-taek ▲ 133.25 points for Choi Min-cheol (35), who tied for 28th place. 토스카지노
Established last year, Daebo Engineering & Construction’s golf team is predicting a big success in the 2023 season by winning the first championship since the founding of Goguntaek and leading the KPGA professional golf club league. In second place was DB Insurance, with Seo Yo-seop (27), Jang Hee-min (21), and Moon Do-yeop (32) with 1934.75 club points.
In the 2023 KPGA Professional Golf Club League, a pennant race will be held from the 18th DB Insurance Promy Open before the opening game to the final game, ‘LG SIGNATURE Players Championship’. Club points are awarded to each club participating in the league from the opening game to the final game.
Club points are awarded to players belonging to former clubs participating in the ‘KPGA Professional Golf Club League’. Before the start of the tournament, team points in the name of participation points are paid in advance to the participating clubs, and after the tournament, points are calculated and paid for each player according to the final ranking for each player belonging to the club.
In this way, the KPGA professional golf club league rankings are announced after each tournament by applying club points, which are the sum of the points for each team and the points for each player.