Heo In-hoe (35, Geumgang Construction), who stands out for his stable game management, succeeded in rebounding in the rankings.

In the 28th, Heo In-hoe recorded 3 under par 67 strokes by catching 5 birdies (2 bogies) in the 2nd round of the ‘Korea Championship BY GENESIS’ in progress at Jack Nicklaus GCK in Songdo, Incheon.

With this, Heo In-hoe, who is recording a total of 1 under par and 143 strokes in rounds 1 and 2, is tied for 40th place and is likely to advance to the third round (expected cutoff even par).

Heo In-hoe announced a good start by tying for 16th at the DB Insurance Promy Open, which was the opening game of the season, but missed the cut a week later with a 7-over par at the Golfzon Open in Jeju.

Heo In-hoe became the first Korean tour champion in 2015 as a soldier and caused a lot of buzz, but in 2019 he lost his seed and fell into a short slump. The desperate Heo In-hoe obtained the Korean Tour seed right again through QT, and made a splendid resurrection by kissing the GS Caltex Maekyung Open championship trophy in 2021.

It was consistent last year as well. Heo In-hoe showed off his stable skills by participating in 21 competitions in the 2022 season, and in particular, he entered the TOP 10 four times in the second half alone, raising expectations for this season.

Heo In-hoe, who finished the round, said,카지노사이트 “I knew yesterday that I wasn’t good with 2 over par in the first round, but I was surprised that the ranking was so low (tied for 91st) than I thought. I didn’t want to do this, so I showed my concentration in the second round today.”

Regarding the secret to the dramatic change from 2 over par to 3 under par, “If the pin position is not to be hit aggressively, you have to take the tee shot into account of the slope. For example, if the pin is on the right, if you hit the tee shot to the right, there is no chance at all.” So today, thinking a little more and playing led to good grades.”

Heo In-hoe’s goal this season is, of course, to add more victories. He said, “Actually, I didn’t set a goal for the championship, but her wife said that it would be about 3 wins. So she has three wins,” he laughed.

Heo In-hoe, whose wife carried a golf bag until last year, has been working with a professional caddy all season. Regarding this, he said, “There are pros and cons. When my wife caddyed for me, I was uncomfortable carrying heavy things. Now, on the contrary, there is no such discomfort, but there is no emotional comfort.”

He was also curious about how he felt after rounding with players on the European tour. Heo In-hoe said, “One of the players I played with yesterday and today sent a driver shot very far. When I heard about the players, they said they were top-class in Europe.”

The player Heo In-hoe revealed was Denmark’s Nikolai Hoygard, a representative long hitter who ranked 4th in DP Tour driver shot distance in the 2021 season (314.80 yards) and 2nd place last year (326.97 yards).

Heo In-hoe said, “Even if I couldn’t win, I thought it was worth trying for a top-class player. I think that’s why I gained a bit of confidence.” He did not forget his positive mind.

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