Jang Yubin and Cho Woo-young (Korea Gymnastics University), who share the lead after the first round of men’s golf at the Hangzhou 2022 Asian Games, said the presence of U.S. Professional Golf Association (PGA) Tour players Seong Jae Lim and Si Woo Kim on their national teams is a big help .Jang Yubin shot an 11-under-par 61 to take sole possession of first place on the first day of the tournament at the West Lake International Golf Course (par-72, 7,280 yards) in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China. Woo Young Cho also shot a solid 9-under 63 to tie for third place and lead the South Korean team to a first-round lead. Prior to the start of the tournament, PGA Tour champions Im Sung-jae and Kim Siwoo were the favorites to win the individual gold medal, but amateur players Jang Yoo-bin and Cho Woo-young appeared to be leading the Korean team’s early charge .However, Jang Yoo-bin and Cho Woo-young are grateful to their seniors, saying that just watching and learning from Lim and Kim gives them a huge boost.”Their shots, the contact they make with the ball, and the quality of the ball are all different, and watching them helped me and my brother (Woo-young Cho) set our sights on the PGA Tour,” Jang explained. “I learn a lot from watching (Kim) Si-woo and (Lim) Sung-jae,” Cho said, adding, “I think the presence of my older brothers takes some of the pressure off me and Yubin.”Both Cho and Jang are currently amateurs, but have won one event each on the Korean Professional Golf Association (KPGA) Korean Tour this year. “At the athletes’ village, the four of us live in a house with three rooms,” Cho said. “Me and Yubin share a room, and it’s a meaningful time for us to be able to live with our two older brothers. “Lim and Kim Si-woo finished the first day at 6-under par, slightly below thir siblings, but they have the ability to make a run at the title in rounds two through four. “We’re getting along well, and we’re all saying, ‘We have to think about this Asian Games differently from other tournaments,'” Lim said in a post-match interview. “If the juniors play well, and if me and Xiu support each other, I’m confident that we can win gold in both the team and individual events.” Lim also had dinner with Cho Woo-young and Jang Yubin when they played in the KPGA Korean Tour’s Woori Financial Championship in May this year.” I didn’t have much time to spend with my siblings, but I was able to get to know them a little better by eating with them,” he explained. The gold medal in the team event, which combines the top three scores in each round, is a goal that the four Korean golfers can’t afford to miss .”I tried to make at least one more birdie today because one shot can make a big difference later on,” said Lim Sung-jae .Kim Xiu also patted Jang Yubin on the back and encouraged him in a post-match interview, saying, “Seeing all the players on my team do well gave me more strength,” and “I think I worked harder because I felt responsible as an older brother.” “My goal is to play better every day than the day before,” he said, “and I hope that my 카지노사이트 performance will help the team.