‘Monster’ Kim Kyung-tae was caught in an injury on the first day of his return to the Korea Professional Golf (KPGA) Korean Tour.

Kim Kyung-tae withdrew due to back pain during the first round of the KPGA Korean Tour DB Insurance Promy Open held at the Old Course (par 72) at the Ravievell Country Club in Chuncheon, Gangwon-do on the 13th. 토스카지노

Kim Kyung-tae won the Tomato Savings Bank Open, which was his KPGA Korean Tour debut in 2007, and the GS Caltex Maekyung Open, the next tournament.

Kim Kyung-tae, who moved to Japan after winning 6 wins on the KPGA Korean Tour, won 14 wins and even won the money prize in 2015.

Kim Gyeong-tae, who received a permanent seed on the KPGA Korean Tour this season, quit the Japanese tour and decided to focus on the KPGA Korean Tour from this year, and this tournament was his comeback match.

On this day, defending champion Park Sang-hyun and Seo Yo-seop, who won two wins last year, and Kim Kyung-tae, who played together, gave up the match after the 15th hole.

Kim Kyung-tae said, “The pain was so severe that it was difficult to continue playing.”

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