Saudi Arabia’s best female golfer Kim Jo-eun “Korea-Saudi Arabia will be bridged”

No matter where they live in the world, Koreans love and play golf well. The top female golfer in Saudi Arabia is Korean Kim Jo-eun (19). His father, Kim Man-seop (52), is a taekwondo instructor who came to Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia, in 1994.

Kim Man-seop said, “I studied golf on my own after coming to Saudi Arabia, and I hit under par in a year at a desert golf course.” She also taught her son, Kim Zalhan, and her daughter to play golf herself.

Kim Jo-eun first picked up her golf club when she was five years old. In 2018 when she was 14 she hit even par. There is no official record as there is no women’s junior golf tournament in Saudi Arabia, but her personal lowest shot is a 5-under-par 67. “She definitely beats her father from last year,” Kim Jo-eun said, she did.

She was also invited to the Aramco Saudi Ladies International Pro-Am held at the Royal Green Golf Course near Jeddah. At the Pro-Am held on the 14th when strong winds blew, she, Kim Jo-eun, hit her 3 over par. Kim Hyo-joo, who she rounded with, said she hit 1 under par.

Park Seong-hyeon and Kim Se-yeong, who learned Taekwondo as children, have good pelvic rotation and use the ground reaction force well to hit long shots. Kim Jo-eun, a 2nd dan in Taekwondo, said, “Currently, her driver carry distance is about 240 yards, and we expect her distance to increase further in the future.” “She hits the driver accurately and her mentality is strong,” she said confidently. 바카라사이트

Saudi Arabia is a great environment for golf. You can play all year round, and the golf course membership for juniors under the age of 18 is less than 1 million won. Kim Jo-eun said, “I think the short game is good because I can use the golf course facilities as I want.”

There are also downsides. He had no players his age to compete with. So, in March, I went to Korea and entered the Department of Golf Industry at Kyung Hee University. He intends to return to his home country, one of the strongest countries in golf, to develop a competitive spirit and improve his skills.

Kim Jo-eun said, “I am going to Korea in a week, and a big tournament is held in Saudi Arabia, so my eyes are happy. He liked Lydia Ko, who played stably, and Kim Hyo-joo, who had a very cool swing, and I will see them to my heart’s content this time.”

He wants to get a pro license in Korea and play in Korea or on the European women’s tour. The goal is to enter the LPGA tour in 3-5 years and become the world’s No. 1.

Kim Jo-eun also said, “Saudi Arabia has invested a lot in golf, such as making LIV Golf. I think he can also serve as a messenger connecting Korea and Saudi Arabia.”

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