Lim Sung-jae, Cho Woo-young and Jang Yubin preview the Hangzhou AG course with ScreenGolf

Hangzhou 2022 Asian Games men’s golf team members Lim Sung-jae (25), Cho Woo-young (22) and Jang Yubin (21) will host the CJ X Team Korea Invitational with Golfzone, with a total prize fund of KRW 20 million.

GolfZone announced today that it will host and broadcast the CJ X Team Korea Invitational with GolfZone at 5:30 p.m. on the 20th at GolfZone Joymaru in Daejeon, featuring an on-screen showdown between Lim Sung-jae, Cho Woo-young, and Jang Yubin.

The tournament will be played in an 18-hole modified stableford format, individual play, and will be held at the Hangzhou West Lake Global Country Club, the official course for the golf events at the Hangzhou Asian Games. Players will not be able to access any course information until they arrive in Hangzhou on the 25th, so this screen golf tournament is a great opportunity for them to experience the course indirectly.

Lim Sung-jae, who has two career wins on the U.S. Professional Golf (PGA) Tour and advanced to the Tour Championship in a playoff final this season, and Cho Woo-young and Jang Yubin, who each won as amateurs on the Korean Professional Golf Association (KPGA) Korean Tour this year, will showcase their hidden screen skills.

The winner’s prize money will be donated to the Korea Golf Association (KGA) in their names as part of the organization’s efforts to develop Korean golf and contribute to society.먹튀검증

“We are pleased to partner with CJ Group to organize a tournament where you can watch the men’s national golf team play on the screen,” said Jang Soon Son, Senior Vice President of Golf Zone’s Media Business Unit. “We hope you will enjoy the exciting on-screen competition between Korean national golfers who are playing on the world stage, and we will continue to organize meaningful event competitions to provide a variety of attractions and fun for Korean golf fans.”

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