랭크카지노 The final fourth round of the PGA Qualifying School, where South Korean player Hae-woo (29) and others participated, was postponed by one day due to bad weather.
The PGA Tour said it decided to postpone the tournament by one day due to 127mm of rain in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, the U.S., where the tournament will be held on the 18th (Korea time).
The course management team is removing rainwater. [Photo by PGA Tour Twitter]
The tour explained that the chairman of the Q School race diligently walked around the course with the course management team to check whether the game was possible at around 6 a.m. on the day of the game, but decided that it was impossible due to poor course conditions and eventually notified the players at around 7:30 a.m.
The final match of the Q School was scheduled to end on the 18th, Korean time, but it was delayed by one day and will be finished on the 19th.
At this year’s Q School, three Korean players participated in the competition, including Cho Tae-woo, the winner of the KPGA Korean Tour, and Noh Seung-yeol and Kang Sung-hoon, who were active on the PGA Tour until last season. Cho has tied for 24th through the third round, continuing his hope of winning a PGA berth next year. The top five players (including those tied) will receive a ticket directly to the 2024 PGA Tour, and those ranking sixth through joint 45th will be given a berth to participate in the Conferry Tour (part 2) next year. Cho will seek a berth directly to the PGA Tour on the final day.