2007 Korean Tour

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The 2007 Korean Tour was a season on the Korean Tour, a series of professional golf tournaments. The table below shows the season results.

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Tournament schedule

The number in brackets after each winner's name is the number of Korean Tour events he had won up to and including that tournament.

DateTournamentLocationPrize fund
(KRW)
WinnerNotes
29 Apr SBS Tomato Savings Bank Open Jeju 300,000,000 Flag of South Korea.svg Kim Kyung-tae (3)
6 May GS Caltex Maekyung Open Seongnam 600,000,000 Flag of South Korea.svg Kim Kyung-tae (4)Co-sanctioned by Asian Tour
20 May Xcanvas Open Yongin 400,000,000 Flag of South Korea.svg Hong Soon-sang (1)
27 May SK Telecom Open Incheon 600,000,000 Flag of South Korea.svg Bae Sang-moon (2)Co-sanctioned by Asian Tour
3 Jun SBS Kumho Asiana Open Yongin 500,000,000 Flag of South Korea.svg Park Nam-sin (20)
17 Jun SBS Ace Savings Bank Montvert Open Pocheon 300,000,000 Flag of South Korea.svg Bae Sung-chul (1)
1 Jul SBS Yeonwoo Heavenland Open Seongju 400,000,000 Flag of South Korea.svg Park Do-kyu (4)
12 Jul SBS Samsung Apple City Open Yantai, China 300,000,000 Flag of South Korea.svg Kim Kyung-tae (5)
24 Aug SBS Korea Golf and Art Village KPGA Championship Yongin 500,000,000 Flag of South Korea.svg Kim Chang-yoon (1)
2 Sep SBS Lake Hills Open Jeju 300,000,000 Flag of South Korea.svg Kang Kyung-nam (2)
9 Sep SBS Meritz Solmoro Open Yeoju 300,000,000 Flag of South Korea.svg Hwang Inn-choon (1)
16 Sep SBS Samsung Benest Open Gapyeong 600,000,000 Flag of South Korea.svg Lee Seong-ho (1)
23 Sep SBS Eden Valley Ski Resort Open Yangsan 300,000,000 Flag of South Korea.svg Kang Kyung-nam (3)
7 Oct Kolon-Hana Bank Korea Open Cheonan 1,000,000,000 Flag of Fiji.svg Vijay Singh (n/a)Co-sanctioned by Asian Tour
14 Oct Shinhan Donghae Open Yongin 700,000,000 Flag of South Korea.svg K. J. Choi (12)
28 Oct SBS Kumgang Ananti NongHyup Open Gapyeong 300,000,000 Flag of South Korea.svg Kim Hyung-tae (2)
11 Nov SBS Hana Tour Championship Jinhae 300,000,000 Flag of South Korea.svg Kang Kyung-nam (4)
23 Nov Dongbu Insurance Promy KPGA Invitational Pohang 70,000,000 Flag of South Korea.svg Lee Yong-hun (1)

The Dongbu Insurance Promy KPGA Invitational also included a senior event with prize money of KRW 50,000,000. It was won by Choi Sang-ho from Korea.

Order of Merit

The Order of Merit used a points system. Points were awarded based on the player's position in each event.

RankPlayerPointsEvents
1 Flag of South Korea.svg Kim Kyung-tae 632015
2 Flag of South Korea.svg Kang Kyung-nam 557517
3 Flag of South Korea.svg Kim Hyung-tae 285513
4 Flag of South Korea.svg Kim Chang-yoon 260518
5 Flag of South Korea.svg Hwang Inn-choon 239518

Source: [1]

Prize money leaders

RankPlayerMoney (KRW)Events
1 Flag of South Korea.svg Kim Kyung-taen 442,776,66713
2 Flag of South Korea.svg Kang Kyung-nam 417,296,66716
3 Flag of South Korea.svg Kim Hyung-tae 244,720,00012
4 Flag of South Korea.svg Bae Sang-moon 213,208,66712
5 Flag of South Korea.svg Kim Chang-yoon 205,888,76215

'Events' refers to the number of tournaments in which the player won prize money. Prize money won in the Ballantine's Championship did not count.

Source: [1]

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References

  1. 1 2 "Korean Tour Record" (in Korean). KPGA. Retrieved 28 November 2018.[ permanent dead link ]