Sejun YOON

Sejun YOON

USA United States of America
HEIGHT: 183CM
WEIGHT: 84KG
BIRTHDATE: 1991-01-02
BIRTHPLACE: Daegu, South Korea
FAMILY: Single
TURNED PROFESSIONAL: 2012

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

Current Year: Finished 16th on the Order of Merit. Played in 12 of the 13 tournaments, winning 268,818 and earning three top-10s...Entered the final round of the Asian Tour Qualifying Tournament in 27th place but shot a final-round, 1-over 72 to drop into a T42, leaving him just outside the top-40 players who earned full membership...Just missed a top-10 when he T11 at the Lanhai Open in June in Shanghai. Posted scores of 68-73-71 at the weather-shortened tournament at Lanhai International GC, matching the 11th-place finish he enjoyed at the season-opening Henan Open...Posted his first top-10 of the season when he finished T5 in Baishan at the Ping An Private Bank Wanda Open. Opened with a 2-over 74 but was 7-under the rest of the way, tying with David McKenzie, Seungyun Lee and Alex Kang. It was his first top-10 since finishing runner-up at the 2015 Lushan Open...Had two 74s—in the first and third rounds—to go with a 64 in the second round and a closing 65 to T9 at the Chongqing Jiangnan NewTown KingRun Open, his second consecutive top-10...At the Putian Open in November, enjoyed not only his best finish of the season but matched a career-best performance. With a final-round 70, was T2 with Australia’s Taylor Cooper, four shots behind winner Taewoo Kim. Returned to form after missing his previous two cuts. Inched up the Order of Merit to No. 12, with two tournaments to play.

2015: Finished 15th on the Order of Merit, with four top-10s...Earned conditional PGA TOUR China Series’ status by finishing T20 at the Second Global Qualifying Tournament in Shenzhen in February…After placing T24 in his Ping An Bank China Tour – PGA TOUR China Series’ debut, earned his first top-10 when he fired a final-round 68 at The Eternal Courtyard Open to T10 in Zhengzhou.…Shared the 36-hole lead with eventual champion Eugene Wong at the Ping An Bank Open in mid-September. Couldn’t get out of neutral on the weekend, shooting rounds of 72-73 over his final 36 holes (1-over) to fall into a T8 with four others. The finish was still his second top-10 of the year and career-best performance…Made his fifth consecutive cut to start his season—picking up his third top-10 when he T10 at the Cadillac Championship in Beijing. Highlight of the week was a 6-under 66 in the third round. Fired a final-round 70 to T10 with Xinjun Zhang and Daniel Pearce and Jin Zhang..Took the 54-hole lead at the Lushan Open in early October after firing a third-round 67 to go with a pair of 68s to open the tournament in Jiujiang. Couldn’t keep the momentum going on the final day, even after opening birdie-birdie on his first two holes of the final round. Shot an even-par, front-nine score and entered the back nine a stroke behind Bryden Macpherson. Bogeyed the 10th hole, while Macpherson was making birdie, and he could never catch up. The T2 finish with T.K. Kim was the best Series’ performance of his career...Had a strong tournament in early November on the Asian Development Tour’s PGM Tiara Championship. At Tiara Melaka G&CC, shot a second-round, 8-under 64 and was two strokes behind Casey O’Toole’s 10-under leading pace. Fell four shots behind O’Toole after a 1-under 71 in the third round. Finished runner-up to O’Toole, who completely overwhelmed the field on the final day, shooting an 8-under 64 to win by 11 shots...Took the 54-hole lead at the Lushan Open in early October after firing a third-round 67 to go with a pair of 68s to open the tournament in Jiujiang. Couldn’t keep the momentum going on the final day, even after opening birdie-birdie on his first two holes of the final round. Shot an even-par, front-nine score and entered the back nine a stroke behind Bryden Macpherson. Bogeyed the 10th hole, while Macpherson was making birdie, and he could never catch up. The T2 finish with T.K. Kim was the best Series’ performance of his career...Qualified for the final stage of the Web.com Tour Qualifying Tournament but was disqualified.

2013: Had a nice showing at the OneAsia Tour’s Nanshan China Masters, where weekend rounds of 70-72 resulted in a T23.

2012: On the Canadian Tour, made five starts, with two events where he made it to the weekend. First came at the Canadian Tour Players Cup (T38) and The Great Waterway Classic (T48) after opening rounds of 68-67.

Official Strategic Partner
  •  OSCAR JACOBSON
  •  FANGDA PARTNERS
  • CIADE

SPONSOR
  • 比奇汉
  • 如歌
  • 至尊用车
  • foremsot

Host Course
  • 神州高尔夫球会
  • 博鳌亚洲论坛国际会议中心高尔夫球会
  • 云南昆明玉龙湾高尔夫球会
  • 华侨城云海谷
  • 圣安德鲁斯(郑州)高尔夫球场
  • 香山国际高尔夫球场
  • 长白山国际度假区
  • 中信嘉丽泽运动俱乐部
  • 通盈雁栖湖高尔夫俱乐部
  •  天津滨海森林高尔夫俱乐部
  •  江苏泰州华侨城云海湿地体育公园
  • 桃花源高尔夫
  • 厦门凯歌高尔夫俱乐部
  • 庆隆南山高尔夫球会

Co-Sanctioned Events
  • “一带一路·七彩云南”公开赛
  • HAINAN OPEN
  • FOSHAN OPEN

PARTNER
  •  European Challenge Tour
  •  European Tour
  •  Asia Tour

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