JAPANESE GOLF DUNLOP PHOENIX WINNER SUGIURA TO MAKE PROFESSIONAL DEBUT ON MARCH 23RD

Japanese golf’s newest star, Yuta Sugiura (JPN), who defeated this year’s major champions Brooks Koepka and Wyndham Clarke (USA) and Japan’s top-ranked Hideki Matsuyama (JPN), will make his professional debut on March 23, Japan Golf Digest reported. Sugiura was a surprise winner as an amateur at the Japan Golf Tour’s (JGTO) Dunlop Phoenix Tournament, which concluded on Sept. 19 at the par-71 Phoenix Country Club in Miyazaki, Japan. Sugiura is the first amateur to win the Dunlop Phoenix Tournament in its 50th year.

Sugiura’s victory at the Dunlop Phoenix Tournament guaranteed him a spot on the Japan Professional Golf Tour for next year and 2025.After announcing his intention to turn pro shortly after his victory, Sugiura immediately completed the JPGA’s entry process and earned his professional status, and will make his professional debut at the Casio World Open, which begins on Wednesday .He was initially scheduled to play in the JPGA qualifying tournament, which begins on the 28th, to earn a spot on next year’s roster .However, after winning the Dunlop Phoenix Tournament, Sugiura didn’t need to play in the qualifying tournament and quickly applied to play in the Casio World Open .However, Sugiura plans to play in the Asian Professional Golf Tour’s 카지노사이트 qualifying tournament, where he was originally scheduled to play.

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