Screen Golf GTOUR enters the 2023 season with a total prize money of 1.3 billion won.
GOLFZON announced on the 25th that it will open the 2023 GTOUR men’s and women’s regular tour with a total prize money of 1.3 billion won, starting with the first final of the Shinhan Investment & Securities GTOUR men’s competition at Golfzon Joymaru in Daejeon on the 28th.
GTOUR has been held for 12 years this year. This season’s tournament will be held in the Two Vision Pro Tour mode. A dual plate was applied that separates the turning part from the hitting part and expresses more than 100 slopes similar to actual golf courses.
In particular, GTOUR started broadcasting all matches live from last year. From the 2023 season, global transmission will be carried out to eight countries in Southeast Asia, including Hong Kong, Indonesia, the Philippines, Singapore and Thailand.
In the first round of GTOUR, with a total prize money of 70 million won and a championship prize of 15 million won, the top 5 points for the 2022 season, the top 60 qualifiers including the winners of the previous season, the top 4 other than the qualifiers among rookies, and invited players selected by the competition committee 카지노. Up to 68 players can participate.
After the end of the first round, a cut-off method is applied to select 40 people who advance to the second round. The competition course is played on the GTOUR Valley course, a virtual golf course, and the ranking is determined by adding up the stroke scores of 36 holes in a two-round, four-player play method.
From the opening game, Lee Seong-hoon, who won the grand prize winner of the 2022 season, is expected to have a tight confrontation. A large number of players with outstanding skills, such as Kim Min-soo, who is active on the field and screen, and Kim Hong-taek, who has a personal record of 10 wins in GTOUR, will also participate.