Обсуждение участника:Min-gyu Cho, 7th place in Asian Tour Oman competition The winner is Ortiz from LIV

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Cho Min-gyu hitting a driver tee shot

Cho Min-gyu tied for 7th place in the Asian Tour International Series Oman Tournament (total prize money of $2 million).

Min-gyu Cho hit 3 under par 69 in the fourth round on the last day of the tournament held at Almuz Golf Course (par 72, 7,413 yards) in Muscat, Oman on the 25th.

Cho Min-gyu, who recorded a final total of 11 under par 277 strokes, finished the tournament in a tie for 7th place along with Matthew Wolff (USA) and Takumi Kanaya (Japan). 스포츠 토토사이트

Cho Min-gyu is a player who has won a total of two games on the Japan Professional Golf Tour (JGTO).Last year, he played an active part in the Korea Professional Golf (KPGA) Tour, and his best result in the 2023 season was a tie for 4th place at the Gunsan CC Open in August.

Ortiz won

In this tournament, players from LIV Golf, sponsored by Saudi Arabian capital, participated in large numbers to win world ranking points and swept the top ranks.

LIV member Carlos Ortiz (Mexico) won with 19 under par 269 strokes.

Ortiz, who won once on the PGA Tour in 2020, achieved his first win on the Asian Tour.The prize money for winning this competition is $360,000 (about 470 million won).

Ortiz's best result in LIV Golf is two runner-up finishes.

LIV golf players were ranked high, with Louis Oosthuizen (South Africa) ranked second with 15 under par 273 strokes, and Joaquin Niemann (Chile) ranked third with 14 under par 274 strokes.

Among Korean players, in addition to Cho Min-gyu, Bio Kim tied for 22nd with 4 under par and 284 strokes. 무료슬롯게임