KT Kim, who took off last week, will return to defend his Mizuno Open title in Japan against a full strength JGTO field. Kim has struggled in the first half of the season in comparison to last year’s performances, however, his talent cannot be questioned and this week he will be amongst the contenders- he’s too good not to be!
Last week’s 3rd place finish at the SK Telecom Open was Younghan Song’s best result since his 2nd in Singapore back in January. He has had numerous strong performances over the past two years and this week at the JGTO Mizuno Open Golf Championship, expect more of the same, maybe even one better.
Sang Hyun Park put up a valiant effort at the SK Telecom in his Sunday showdown with Jinho Choi. In seven starts this year, Park has not finished worse than T-36th and has notched up a second and third place finish in his past three events.
Five top 11 finishes from eight starts this year is a very impressive statistic for Kyung Nam Kang. T-6th last week and T-5th the week prior shows that Kang is in form and should be a contender this week. Other notables this week are Sanghee Lee and Eunshin Park. I think that’s enough mentioned…
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