KPGA announced on the 23rd that this season’s Korean Professional Golf (KPGA) Korean Tour will be held with a total of 25 tournaments, starting with the DB Insurance Promy Open on April 13, with a total prize pool of over 25 billion won.
Although the amount of prize money for some competitions has not been finalized, it is explained that it will be the largest ever, surpassing the total prize money of 20.3 billion won in last year’s 21 competitions. From April 20th메이저사이트, 5 new competitions were established, including the ‘Golf Zone Open in Jeju’, which was scheduled as the second competition of the season. Currently, the prize money for 18 tournaments is 19.6 billion won, and the remaining 7 tournaments are negotiating prize money.
Among the 25 tournaments, the number of tournaments co-sponsored with overseas tours increased from two last year to five. The Korea Championship, co-hosted by the DP World Tour (European Tour) for the first time in about 10 years, will be held at Jack Nicklaus Golf Club Korea from April 27th, and the Hana Bank Invitational in June will also be held on the Japan Professional Golf Tour (JGTO) from this year. It will be held in Chiba, Japan jointly with