Just another WordPress site

BMW Ladies Championship, the only LPGA event in Korea, to be held in Seowon Hills, Paju this year

The BMW Ladies Championship, the only LPGA tour event in Korea, will be held at Seowon Hills in Seowon Valley Country Club, Paju, Gyeonggi Province.

The LPGA Tour and BMW Korea officially announced the related facts on the 28th. Seowon Hills at Seowon Valley Country Club, located in the northern part of Gyeonggi-do, first opened as a 9-hole course in 2004, and added 18 holes in 2012. For this tournament, West and South courses of Seowon Hills are being renovated by David Dale, a world-renowned golf course designer. This renovation includes 86 three-dimensional and new-type bunkers that have not been seen in Korea. The LPGA said, “It will create exquisite harmony with the surrounding Kentucky Blue Fairway and Bent Green.”크크크벳

Lee Seok-ho, president of Seowon Valley Country Club, said, “Ahead of the world-class tournament, Daebo Group chairman Choi Deung-gyu asked us to ‘prepare a course suitable for the LPGA tournament'” and added, “At the event scheduled for October, world-class players will compete with their best skills. “We will make it a course that can be played. Even after that, we will provide all golfers who built our course with a challenging opportunity, the romance of golf, so that they can experience the LPGA course.”

Han Sang-yoon, CEO of BMW Korea, said, “The BMW Ladies Championship has been held since last year by touring luxury courses in each region to promote the beauty of Korea to the world. do. Since it was held as an LPGA tour for the first time in the metropolitan area, we will enhance sustainability to the highest level in the world through various win-win programs in connection with the northwestern region of Gyeonggi Province.” Sean Byun, president of LPGA Asia, said, “We appreciate Seowon Valley Country Club’s dedication to taking on the most difficult challenge, and look forward to showcasing the world’s best players at the new Seowon Hills.”

The BMW Ladies Championship, held for the first time in 2019, will be held in a 72-hole uncut format with 78 players from October 9 to 22. The total prize pool is $2.2 million.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *