Ama Zhang Yubin, a professional catcher, is preparing for the Asian Games Gold Medal Putt.
A sensational shot that resulted in an eagle with no hole in one.
Boldness in overtime.
After beating the professionals to win the title two weeks ago, Jang Yubin proved that her fifth-place finish in last week’s tournament was no fluke.
With a mission on her mind, Jang continues her Asian Games rehearsals at the Shinhan Donghae Open, which begins today (July 7).
To improve his accuracy, Jang has recently added a secret weapon to his arsenal: a 2-iron off the tee.
[Jang Yubin/Golf National Team: “I think the expectations for the Asian Games are rising because I’m playing well, so on the one hand, I’m feeling a little bit of pressure, but on the other hand, I feel like I’m having a lot of grateful days.”]
Another amateur, Cho Woo-young, also made waves at the Golf Zone Open in April, where he finished on top of the leaderboard.
As the Asian Games team event combines the top three scores from each round, the performance of the two amateurs, who are competing alongside Kim Si Woo and Lim Sung Jae, will be crucial.
[Cho Woo-young/Golf National Team: “I think we need to get along better as a team, and I don’t think we’re behind because we’re amateurs, so I think we’re preparing harder.”]
At the Hangzhou Asian Games, men’s golf is looking for its first gold medal in 13 years.
The surge of two amateur stars, Jang Yoo-bin and Cho Woo-young, 먹튀검증토토사이트 is energizing South Korean men’s golf.