Hyo-joo Kim from Wonju competes in the International Crown as a representative of Korea

Hyo-joo Kim (28, Lotte), a professional 바카라사이트golfer from Wonju, will represent Korea in the national competition.

Kim Hyo-joo will participate in the ‘Hanwha Life Plus International Crown (total prize money of 2 million dollars)’, a women’s national golf competition held at TPC Harding Park (par 72) in San Francisco, California, for four days from the 4th. Founded in 2014, the event was temporarily suspended due to COVID-19 after the 3rd event held in Incheon in 2018, but resumed after 5 years. In the 3rd tournament, Korea won the championship.

Hyo-joo Kim, who is ranked 9th in the world, proudly made her name in this tournament, where the top 4 players in the world rankings from each country will form a team. Kim Hyo-joo will join Jin-young Ko (world No. 3), Jeon In-ji (world No. 12) and Choi Hye-jin (world No. 25) in her title defense. Since last season, the number of wins of Korean players has decreased dramatically, and even the ‘Korean women’s golf crisis’ is emerging, and they are determined to protect the pride of Korean women’s golf.

A total of 8 countries participated, and Korea was tied to Group B with Japan, Thailand and Australia. You must finish in the top 2 of your group to advance to the quarterfinals. In the case of the group stage, one team in a group of two plays with their own ball, and the better result is a four-ball method. The semi-finals, finals, and 3rd-4th place matches consist of one foursome match and two single matchplay matches in which two players alternately hit one ball.

In the group stage, 1 point is awarded for a win, 0.5 points for a draw, and 0 points for a loss. The semi-finals, finals, and 3rd-4th place matches are won by the team that wins 2 points first. Korea faces Australia on the first day of the tournament, Thailand on the 5th, and Japan on the 6th to decide whether to advance to the semifinals.