Min Woo Lee wants a full PGA Tour card for 2024. Lee is currently ranked fifth in the DP World Tour Race to Dubai points list, comfortably positioned within the top 10 required to secure a PGA Tour card. Lee has always had a dream to play in America at such a big competition.
He has tremendous talent. His motive is really something special, and he really has a good chance to succeed. “Yeah, it will be amazing. I enjoyed this year, played when I could on the PGA Tour, and loved every second of it.
Played really well this year, so hopefully I can keep going until next year. Yeah, it's going to be fun, I guess, living and staying around America a bit more. That's always been a dream of mine since I was a little kid, so I'm really excited for that to happen”.
- Lee said, as quoted by golfmonthly.com!
Min Woo Lee
This young golfer expresses confidence in his recent improvement and has set higher aspirations for himself. Only time will reveal the extent of his potential achievements, but considering his past performances, Lee appears to have a promising opportunity for success.
“I feel like I've slowly gotten better every time and got good results, so next year's going to be, I guess, more of a full schedule and hopefully I can get to the Tour Championship, stuff like that. I'd like to do as good as I can.
Not in the elevated events yet, so I'll try to get into them, too, but it might be tough from my position right now”. He dreamed of playing in the Presidents Cup, but he didn't make it. However, Lee does not lose hope of being a part of this competition in the future.
“After watching the Ryder Cup, the Presidents Cup definitely rose up in the ranks. I wanted to be on that team last year, but I just missed out I feel like, so that was a bit of a kick in the gut. Ever since then I've kind of played well”.
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