A competitive field including Korean golfers like Im Sung-jae, Lee Kyoung-hoon and Kim Si-woo, will gather for the CJ CUP @ SUMMIT at the Summit Club in Las Vegas, starting Thursday.
Kim Si-woo got the fourth hole-in-one of his PGA Tour career as he tied for eighth at the Sanderson Farms Championship at Country Club of Jackson in Jackson, Mississippi on Sunday.
The king of Korean golf is back. K.J. Choi, the most successful Asian male golfer of all time, secured his first PGA Tour Champions title at the 2021 PURE Insurance Championship in Pebble Beach, California on Sunday.
Im Sung-jae concluded the Tour Championship at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta, Georgia on Sunday tied for 20th, but managed to make it into the PGA Tour record books with the most birdies in a single season.
Im Sung-jae will be the sole Korean golfer competing for the season's ultimate prize at the Tour Championship at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta, Georgia on Thursday.
Kim Si-woo finished tied for second at the Wyndham Championship held at Sedgefield Country Club in North Carolina that ended in a six-way playoff on Sunday.
Lee Kyoung-hoon picked up his first PGA Tour win at the AT&T Byron Nelson at TPC Craig Ranch in McKinney, Texas, on Sunday, bagging his first victory on American soil 11 years after turning pro.
Im Sung-jae and Kim Si-woo are both looking for glory as the PGA Tour heads to Georgia for the Masters Tournament on Thursday. No Korean has ever won the Masters, but Im has got the closest — finishing tied for runner-up in his debut last year.
Korean golfer An Byeong-hun is hoping for success this weekend at the PGA Tour's Waste Management Phoenix Open in Scottsdale, Arizona, a tournament where he has historically performed well.
Kim Si-woo picked up his third PGA Tour title at The American Express tournament at Nicklaus Tournament Course in La Quinta, California, on Sunday.