Eight sports stars, including Choi Kyung-ju, Lee Dae-ho, and Choo Sung-hoon, donated 50 million won in SK Telecom Charity Open prize money to the Korea Golf Association for the Intellectually Disabled.
On the 17th, at the Pinx Golf Club in Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do, as the opening event of the Korea Professional Golf (KPGA) Korean Tour SK Telecom Open, golf stars such as Choi Kyung-ju, Park Sang-hyun, Kim Bio, Park Ji-eun, Choi Na-yeon, and Kim Ha-neul, along with Choo Seong-hun and Lee Dae-ho, played in a two-person team. The competition event was played.
With a prize money of 50 million won, Choi Kyung-ju and Choo Seong-hun won the most prize money with 17.5 million won, followed by Park Sang-hyun and Kim Bio with 13.5 million won, Choi Na-yeon and Kim Ha-neul with 11.5 million won, and Park Ji-eun and Lee Dae-ho with 7.5 million won.
All of the prize money is supported by the Korea Golf Association for the Intellectually Disabled in the name of the player concerned and used to hold the SK Telecom Adaptive Open.먹튀검증
The SK Telecom Open, which celebrates its 26th this year, will determine the winner by playing 4 rounds of 72-hole stroke play for four days from the 18th. The total prize money is 1.3 billion won and the winning prize is 260 million won.
In this tournament, SKT’s various ICT technologies will be applied to the golf tournament, along with players competing for the championship, to show the convergence of technology and sports.
‘AI Choi Gyeong-ju’, who learned the game appearance of Kyung-ju Choi, interview contents, various information including the competition course, and the records of the players obtained in advance during the tournament, appears in the broadcast of each round to provide viewers with information about the competition and points to watch for each round. convey