Seokgyo Trading Company (CEO Han Jae-young), which imports and distributes Bridgestone Golf products, is holding the ‘Bridgestone Golf Junior International Exchange Exhibition’ (BRIDGESTONE GOLF INTERNATIONAL JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP with SUWAN) where promising golfers from Korea and Thailand compete. CC) is held.
The competition, which will be held on February 7th at Suwan Country Club near Bangkok, Thailand, will be divided into 70 people from Group A (born between 2008 and 2012) and 70 people from Group B (born between 2003 and 2007) according to their year of birth.
The match is held in the form of 18-hole stroke play, and clubs and golf balls are provided to those with excellent grades, and clubs and supplies are provided to players who have shown the most outstanding performance among domestic participants as Team Bridgestone juniors.
The Bridgestone Golf Junior International Exchange, held for the second time this year following 2020, was prepared to give domestic junior players who left for field training in Thailand an opportunity to become world-class players by providing them with an international competition experience. A total of over 100 players, including 40 Thai junior players, participated in the first tournament.
Thailand’s Suwan Country Club, where the tournament is held, boasts excellent facilities and environment, including the condition of the grass and experience in hosting various tournaments, among golf courses near Bangkok. 메이저사이트
The application for participants is from the 14th to the 31st, and if you submit your application through the website of Seokgyo Sangsa or your Instagram account, the winner will be announced after reviewing your main history. The participation fee for the competition is 120,000 won, including caddy fees, cart fees, and green fees.
Prior to the Bridgestone Golf Junior International Exchange, Seokgyo Sangsa visits the academy of Team Bridgestone’s players who set up a one-week training camp in Thailand as part of the ‘Team Bridgestone Academy Off-Site Training Supporter Program’ to support swing analysis and club maintenance. .
Master Seokgyo said, “I hope that this competition will be an opportunity to improve my skills and improve my performance while competing with Thai players who stand out on the world stage.” He added, “We will provide opportunities to further improve the performance of field training through professional-level club measurement and analysis services provided to tour pros along with tour managers.”