Jang Ik-je won the ‘Nojima Champion Cup’… First win on the senior stage

Jang Ik-je (50, Hussem) reached the top spot at the Japan Senior Tour ‘Nojima Champions Cup Hakone Senior Professional Golf Tournament (total prize money 50 million yen, winner prize money 10 million yen)’.

Jang Ik-je recorded a final total of 9 under par and 133 strokes at the Hakone CC (par 71, 7060 yards) in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan for two days from the 20th to the 21st, beating the tied second place group by one stroke and lifting the championship trophy.

After winning the championship, Jang Ik-je said, “The feeling of the shot during the competition was the driving force behind winning.” “It’s like a dream. I will try to win more championships this season.”

It was his first win in his second appearance on the Japan Senior Tour. Jang Ik-je entered the Japan Senior Tour this season as the seed category of <Japan Tour’s Most Winners>. In the opening game, Kanehide Senior Okinawa Open Golf Tournament, he tied for 53rd.메이저놀이터

Jang Ik-je made his debut on the KPGA Korean Tour in 1999 and the Japan Tour in 2005, and has accumulated seven wins in his career. Domestically, he won the ‘KTRD Open Golf Tournament’ in 2003, ‘SBS Professional Golf’s Strongest Match’, ‘Samsung Benest Open, Kumho Asiana Open’ in 2005, and in 2004, he also won the ‘Prize King’ and the lowest stroke award ‘Deok Chun Award’. was Starting this year, he also obtained the qualification to go on the KPGA Champions Tour in the <KPGA Korean Tour Prize Money King> seed category.

In Japan, he won the ‘Mitsubishi Diamond Cup’ in 2005 and ‘The Crowns’ in 2012 and 2015, winning three victories. In 2005, he also won the Japan Tour Rookie of the Year award.

Park Seong-pil (52, Sangmu Sushi) tied for 19th with a final total of 3 under par and 139 strokes, and Seok Jong-yul (54) finished the tournament with a 1 under par and 141 strokes for 31st place.

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