Reporter Park Dae-ro = Professional golfer Lee Seung-min (26) with developmental disabilities will play his first official tournament this year through the Singha E-san Open, the first division of Thai professional golf.
Lee Seung-min will participate in the Singha E-San Open of the ATGT-All Thailand Golf Tour, which will be held at Khon Kaen Country Club, Singha Park, Khon Kaen, Thailand from the 23rd to the 26th at the invitation of Thailand’s Singha Group. go out
The Singhai Isan Open, which started in 2006, has a winning prize of 3,000 baht (approximately 110 million won). Korean players such as Baek Seok-hyun and Yang Min-hyuk are scheduled to participate in this event with 144 players participating. 토토사이트
The background for Lee Seung-min’s participation in the Singhai Isan Open was the assistance of the Thai Embassy in Korea and the Thai Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Thailand invited Lee Seung-min to improve public awareness of autism and developmental disabilities and promote exchanges with Korea in the field of sports, especially golf.
The Singha Group explained, “I was very impressed to see Pro Seung-Min Lee win the US Adaptive Open.
Lee Seung-min, who was ready to participate, said, “I thank the Singha Group for inviting me to the tournament and the Thai government for helping me.”
Lee Seung-min, a member of the Hana Financial Group golf team, passed the regular membership of the Korea Professional Golf Association (KPGA) in June 2017. Lee Seung-min is the world’s only professional golfer with autism developmental disorder. Lee Seung-min became the first champion at the 1st US Adaptive Open (U.S. Open for the disabled) in July of last year.