Im Seong-jae threw a ballot before participating in the Masters, saying, “I will win the Masters someday.”
In an interview with PGA Tour.com on the 3rd (Korean time), four days before the opening of the Masters, Im Seong-jae said, “I dreamed of wearing a green jacket while watching the Masters since I was a child.”
He said, “No Korean player has won the Masters yet. I hope a Korean player can win,” and promised, “I don’t know if I can do it, but I will try my best to win the Masters.”
Recalling the fact that he had achieved good results twice, including a tie for second place and a tie for eighth place at the Masters, Im Seong-jae set a realistic goal first, saying, “I’m looking forward to this year as well. First of all, I want to pass the cut and get into the top 10.”
Im Seong-jae, who skipped the Valero Texas Open, which was held ahead of the Masters, said, “As always, I rested and supplemented my weaknesses with physical exercise.” I will make good use of it,” he said.
Regarding the 13th hole (par 5), which is 35 yards longer, Im Seong-jae said, “I hit the 3-wood before, then I hit the driver, but I think I will hit the driver this year. Hole 12 is important. I think I can get good results if I keep par without losing strokes there.” 스포츠토토