The Kyung-Joo Choi Foundation announced on the 25th that the 2023 Kyung-Joo Choi Foundation Junior Championship Overnight Printing ended successfully at the Bear Creek Country Club in Seattle, Washington, USA on the 17th (Korean time).

78 male and female players from the age of 12 to 19 competed in the Overnight Printing Contest, which was held over three rounds of 54-hole stroke play for four days from the 14th to 19th. In the men’s division, Jack Harrington won the championship with a total of 3-over par 219 strokes, and in the women’s division, Nicole Tang rose to the top with a 1-over par 217 strokes.

In Korea, Lee Chung-am (18th and 12th class), a dreamer of the Choi Kyung-ju Foundation, participated.

Overnight Printing Seattle, which sponsors the Gyeongju Choi Foundation competition, is the first private company sponsored by the American Junior Golf Association (AJGA).

Seo Yong-hwan, CEO of Overnight Printing, said, “By holding the AJGA competition of the Choi Kyung-joo Foundation, I want to show the capabilities of Koreans and help talented junior golfers find a way to enter famous universities. Thank you for paving the way.”

Also, the 2023 Choi Kyung-joo Foundation Junior Championship by SK Telecom ended on the 24th (Korean time) at Fiddler’s Elbow Country Club in Bedminster, New Jersey, USA.

It was held as a 54-hole stroke play tournament for four days from the 21st, and from Korea, 3 players, Lee Cheong-am (18th and 12th classes), Seo Jeong-min (18th and 13th classes), and Kang Woo-jun (15th and 13th classes) participated. Ujair Mirza and Helen Young won the men’s and women’s divisions with a 3-under 213 and Helen Young 1-under 215, respectively.

The Choi Kyung-Joo Foundation Junior Championship SKT is the first AJGA tournament of the Choi Kyung-Joo Foundation, established in 2018, and is evaluated as a prestige among AJGA tournaments with outstanding juniors all out.스포츠토토

Chairman Choi Kyung-joo said, “Thank you to Overnight Printing and SKT officials for opening up an opportunity for junior golfers from all over the world to dream while competing on the world stage through the AJGA tournament, and to show the world the potential of young golfers.” said.

In addition, he added, “I sincerely thank the Korean residents of New Jersey who participate with active interest and affection in fostering young people.”