Korean wins U.S. blind open golf title

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Korean wins U.S. blind open golf title

Blind Korean golfer Cho In-chan won the 2015 ISPS Handa U.S. Blind Golf Open Championship.

Cho finished the event at the City Club Marietta in Marietta, Georgia, with a score of 7-under 137 on Wednesday (Korean time). The 63-year-old now has four wins in the B2 category.

In blind golf, players are divided into three categories depending on their level of sight.

Cho can achieve a career Grand Slam in blind golf if he wins the British Blind Open.

BY JOO KYUNG-DON [joo.kyungdon@joongang.co.kr]

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