KLPGA Tour’s Park Se-ri Invitational… OK Financial Group’s Eatman Open to be a ‘fresh start’
The KLPGA Tour’s OK Financial Group All-Man Open, hosted by OK Financial Group, will be held at the Club 72 Skye Course in Yeongjongdo, Incheon, for three days from the 15th of next month.
The OK Financial Group Atman Open was held under the name of the OK Financial Group Park Se-ri Invitational for 12 years until last year. It has focused on spreading the culture of charity by sponsoring golf prospects who strive to fulfill their dreams despite difficult circumstances.
This has led to the birth of some of the biggest names in Korean women’s golf, including Park Hyun-kyung, Lim Hee-jung, Lee Ye-won, Bang Shin-sil, and Hwang Yoo-min. This year’s tournament, which has a new name, will continue this tradition with various programs.
The most prominent of these is the Eat Ground, which combines charity and fan support. Reflecting the recent trend of golf galleries, the design was inspired by the passionate fans who cheer for their favorite players every time they play.
The teeing ground advertising board, which has been dominated by corporate advertisements, is expected to provide fans with a different cheering culture and experience like never before. All proceeds from the sale of the cheering boards will be used to fund scholarships for the development of Korean golf.
The teeing grounds will be awarded to the highest bidder and will be placed on the 1st, 10th, 14th, 15th, 17th and 18th holes. Individual fans or fan clubs can 토토 apply on the application page of the tournament’s official website until the 22nd of today, specifying the number of holes and cheering boards they want, and the winners will be selected in order of highest bidder first.
A representative from OK Financial Group’s sports team said, “We organized this event because we saw idol birthday advertisements on the subway and thought that golf fans are just as passionate about supporting and caring for athletes as idol fans, but they have no place to express it. We hope that many people will participate and create a new cheering culture together.”