Seungsu Steve Han is arguably the most deserved winner on this year’s Japan Tour. Why? Well having 3 × runner ups, 2 x 3rds and 3 × top 10s, nobody could begrudge the 31 year old of his maiden professional victory.
With this win, Han has now moved into the world’s top 100 (97th) and will be full of confidence ahead of this week’s season ending JT Cup. Only 30 of the Tours best players will tee it up, so back to back wins is not beyond possibility.
K.T. Kim was near the top of the leaderboard all week, eventually finishing T-2nd, securing his best result of a pretty underwhelming season for the once dominant player on the Japan Tour. He also finished T-2nd at last years JT Cup, so the omens are good for Kim ahead of the season finale.
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