Women’s Golf, TaylorMade Dream Challenge Opens

Women’s golf prospects all show up… TaylorMade Dream Challenge opens

The ‘TaylorMade 3rd Dream Challenge’ in conjunction with the Korea Ladies Professional Golf (KLPGA) Tour BC Card Hankyung Ladies Cup 2024 will begin at Pocheon Hills CC (par 72) on June 14.

The Dream Challenge, hosted by TaylorMade, aims to discover promising players who will lead the future of golf in Korea and support the production of team TaylorMade players.

In particular, the winner of this competition is eligible to participate in the KLPGA Tour BC Card Hankyung Ladies Cup, so even more heated competition is expected. 카지노사이트탑

A total of 120 promising women’s golf players will participate in TaylorMade’s 3rd Dream Challenge competition.

Those eligible to participate must be domestic female amateur golfers aged 14 or older with a handicap of 3.0 or less, and must be registered as a professional player as of 2024 in accordance with the Korea Golf Association’s competition player registration regulations.

Registration for contestants is from the 17th to the 30th, and may end early depending on the recruitment situation.

Lim Ji-yu, a rookie on the KLPGA tour this season, won the 1st TaylorMade Dream Challenge as an amateur and placed 3rd in the 2nd Dream Challenge, making an early mark as a promising player.

She currently tours regularly as part of Team Taylor Made.

The tournament is played in groups of four, and rankings are determined through the first round of 18 holes of stroke play.

Various awards and special benefits are also available for participants of the 3rd Dream Challenge.

All participants will receive 1 dozen TaylorMade 2024 All New TP5x golf balls, hats, gloves, TaylorMade Apparel game uniform, and TaylorMade Apparel discount coupons.

The winner will receive a tournament trophy and qualifications to participate in the BC Card Hankyung Ladies Cup.

Additionally, as a member of Team TaylorMade, you are given the privilege of signing an amateur player sponsorship contract.

TaylorMade Apparel’s competition clothing support worth 3 million won (10pcs in total) will also be provided to provide competition clothing necessary for participation in the finals.