Successfully transforming into a sophisticated long hitter, “with a straight left wrist at the moment of impact”

‘Monster long hitter’ Jeong Chan-min’s secret to winning the 42nd GS Caltex Maekyung Open is ‘exquisite long hit’. Jeong Chan-min, who did not miss the fairway while flying the 300m, completely conquered Namseoul CC and tasted the thrill of his first victory after his professional debut. Jung Chan-min, who debuted on the regular tour last year, was just a player who could only hit far. However, this competition was different. He even equipped himself with sophistication and hit 16 under par for three days. Jeong Chan-min, who recorded a total of 16 under par, 197 strokes, beat Song Min-hyeok and Lee Jung-hwan, who tied for second place, by 6 strokes to reach the top.메이저사이트

The driving force behind his transformation into a sophisticated long hitter lies in his left wrist fixation and body swing. Jeong Chan-min said, “The biggest difference from last year is that I do not use my left wrist as much as possible.”

Jeong Chan-min’s driver shot shined in the 9th hole where he got a birdie. In particular, in the par 5 9th hole, he caught a birdie that virtually confirmed the championship with a driver shot that lightly passed the bunkers placed on the left and right of the fairway. Jeong Chan-min said, “Since there is a high chance of miss shots if you turn your left wrist, I focused on straightening my left wrist straight at the moment of impact. Golf has become easier because the ball goes straight. do,” he explained.

The secret to long hitting was snatching the club during the follow-through.

Jung Chan-min emphasized, “The club head speed increases when the arms are rotated toward the body, rather than stretched straight out in the direction of the target.” did.

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