Min Woo Lee, third title of his career on the DP


Min Woo Lee, third title of his career on the DP
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Min Woo Lee earned the third title of his career on the DP World Tour, his second in front of his home crowd. The 25-year-old golfer from Perth dominated the 87th edition of the Australian PGA Championship in Brisbane, with a total of 264 shots (64 66 66 68, -20), overtaking Japan's Rikuya Hoshino, second with 267 (-17) , and Marc Leishman, third with 268 (-16).

Pietro Bovari, making his professional debut on the men's continental circuit, showed a good performance, reaching 29th place with 278 shots (72 68 70 68, -6), after a match played in crescendo, with the last round closed in 68 (-3), enriched by four birdies and a bogey.

Min Woo Lee, results

"It's an incredible emotion - declared Min Woo Lee - I'm really proud of what I've done". The Australian golfer, brother of the famous star Minjee Lee, will try again to establish himself on the PGA Tour in 2024 with talent and work, competing against the strongest players in the world.

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A resident of Brisbane is commonly called a "Brisbanite". Brisbane's central business district is located on the original settlement, located within a bend of the Brisbane River, approximately 23 km from its mouth at Moreton Bay.

The metropolitan area extends in all directions along the floodplain of the Brisbane River valley, between the bay and the Great Dividing Range. As the city is governed by numerous municipalities, these are centralized around the Brisbane City Council which has jurisdiction over the largest area and population in metropolitan Brisbane and is also the largest local Australian Government Area by population.

The city and the river that runs through it are named after Thomas Brisbane, governor of New South Wales from 1821 to 1825. The first European settlement in Queensland was a penal colony at Redcliffe, 28km north of Brisbane's business district, in 1824.

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