Seongjae Lim, who travels the world stage, appears in Korea.

Lim Seong-jae, who plays on the PGA Tour, will participate in the Korea Professional Golf (KPGA) Tour Woori Finance Championship (total prize money of 1.5 billion won), which will be held at the Ferrum Club (par 72, 7,232 yards) in Yeoju, Gyeonggi-do for four days starting on the 25th.

He stands in front of Korean golf fans for the first time in about half a year. His last KPGA Tour appearance was the Genesis Championship held in October last year. He swallowed his disappointment by losing the championship to Park Sang-hyun after a close overtime match. As he steps on the KPGA stage for the first time this season, he challenges again for the trophy.

The fact that it is a title defense is a big motivation. In this tournament held in May of last year, he beat his competitor Lee Jun-seok by one stroke in the final hole and achieved his second win on the KPGA Tour. It was the KPGA Trophy that I enjoyed for the first time in four years after winning my first Genesis Championship in 2019.

Bringing back good memories, I challenge myself to defend my title for the first time in my life. He has two wins on the PGA Tour and two wins on the Tour, the second division tour of the PGA, but has never won one tournament in a row.

This season didn’t start very well. He got off to a fresh start by tying for 5th place in the opening round of the PGA Tour, The Sentry, but his slump continued after that. He missed the cut four times without entering the top 10. At the end of last month, he failed to make consecutive cuts at the Valspar Championship and the Masters tournament held this month.

It is positive that the previous competition gave a signal of revival. At the RBC Heritage, which ended on the 22nd, he tied for 12th place with 11 under par and 273 strokes. Since he posted the best report card among Korean players, he can be expected to perform well in front of domestic galleries.

A turnaround is also needed to participate in the upcoming Paris Olympics. He rose three places to 42nd in the world rankings and narrowed the gap with An Byeong-hun (40th). In order to go to Paris, you must be in the top 2 among domestic players in the world rankings in the third week of June. With Kim Joo-hyung (23rd) leading the way, a fierce competition between An Byeong-hoon and Im Seong-jae was expected.

Seongjae Lim, who is facing an important competition in many ways, said, “The goal is, of course, to win. “I participated in this competition last year, so I am familiar with the course and atmosphere,” he said, adding, “I will do my best all four days to achieve a good result, such as winning.”

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