Last year’s Genesis Championship Cup Kim Young-soo “Proves competitiveness on the PGA Tour”

Last year’s ‘Genesis Grand Prize’ winner Kim Young-soo (34) will sortie for the Genesis Invitational of the American Professional Golf (PGA) Tour.

Kim Young-soo will sortie for the Genesis Invitational (total prize money of 20 million dollars) to be held at the Riviera Country Club in Pacific Palisades, California, USA for four days from the 17th (Korean time).

Kim Young-soo, who earned the right to participate in the Genesis Invitational by winning the Genesis Championship last year, threw a challenge on the American stage this time.

Kim Young-soo, who arrived in the United States, said, “I am thrilled and thrilled to be participating in the Genesis Invitational.” “When I was conducting field training in the United States in 2019, I watched the Genesis Invitational as a gallery스포츠토토. At the time, I desperately thought, ‘I also want to play on this stage someday.’ I made it happen, and I am happy that I made that dream come true,” he said.

He continued, “My first goal is to pass the cut. If I succeed in passing the cut, I will work hard to enter the top ranks. I will prove that I am competitive on the PGA Tour.”

Kim Young-soo, who made his debut on the KPGA Korean Tour in 2011, won the first trophy in his arms at the Genesis Championship last year, and then stood at the top in the final game of the season, the ‘LG SIGNATURE Players Championship’. Kim Young-soo won the Genesis Grand Prize and prize money.

Kim Young-soo said, “The various benefits received as the winner of the Genesis Championship and the Genesis Grand Prize are a great motivation not only for me but also for all players in Korea.” On behalf of the players, I would like to express my gratitude to all the executives and staff of Genesis who do it.”

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