“I don’t have a coach. I think it’s better to take a lesson once in a while.”
This is an unexpected story I heard from Go Gun-taek (24, Daebo Construction), who reached the top 4 years after his professional debut. Even without a coach, he competed against the top golfers on the tour and rose to the top spot.
Ko Gun-taek scored 7 under par in the 4th round of the 2023 Korea Men’s Professional Golf (KPGA) Korean Tour DB Damage Insurance Promi Open (total prize money of 700 million won) held at the Old Course (par 72, 7178 yards) at the Riebel Country Club in Chuncheon, Gangwon-do on the 16th. With 65 strokes and a final total of 20 under par, 268 strokes, he won the championship by winning Park Sang-hyun (40, Dong-A Pharmaceutical, 18 under par, 270 strokes) by two strokes.바카라
It is an honor to be enjoyed in the 49th competition, 4 years after debuting as a pro in 2020. The best result was 3rd place in the Genesis Championship in 2021, but Goguntaek is growing as a synab. After winning more than 100 million won in prize money for two consecutive years, the trip to the U.S., where he left to train properly in the winter, bore fruit from the opening game.
Go Gun-taek, whom we met after the game, said, “I knew that pros Seo Yo-seop and Park Sang-hyun, who I played with, were very good at it, and they hit well today. I couldn’t let go of my concentration.” It doesn’t feel real to win. It feels good,” he said.