|Born||16 May 1992|
|Height||1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)|
|Weight||75 kg (165 lb; 11.8 st)|
|Current tour(s)||Japan Golf Tour|
|Highest ranking||94 (29 December 2019) |
(as of 20 December 2020)
|Number of wins by tour|
|Japan Golf Tour||4|
|Best results in major championships|
|U.S. Open||CUT: 2013|
|The Open Championship||71st: 2011|
Hwang Jung-gon (Korean : 황중곤; born 16 May 1992) is a South Korean professional golfer.
Hwang plays on the Japan Golf Tour and won his first title at the 2011 Gateway to the Open Mizuno Open. This win earned him entry into the 2011 Open Championshipwhere he finished 71st.
Hwang ended his 2019 season with a T8 at the Golf Nippon Series JT Cup, his last event before starting mandatory military service.
|No.||Date||Tournament||Winning score||Margin of|
|1||26 Jun 2011||Gateway to the Open Mizuno Open||−13 (74-67-68-66=275)||1 stroke|
|2||25 Nov 2012||Casio World Open||−19 (65-70-68-66=269)||3 strokes|
|3||29 Nov 2015||Casio World Open (2)||−15 (70-67-70-66=273)||1 stroke|
|4||3 Nov 2019||Mynavi ABC Championship||−19 (66-70-66-67=269)||1 stroke|
Japan Golf Tour playoff record (0–2)
|1||2018||Golf Nippon Series JT Cup||Kodaira won with birdie on first extra hole|
|2||2019||Japan PGA Championship||Lost to eagle on first extra hole|
|No.||Date||Tournament||Winning score||Margin of|
|1||10 Aug 2014||Maeil Dairies Open||−13 (68-64-68-67=267)||6 strokes|
|2||25 Jun 2017||KPGA Championship||−20 (66-70-65-67=268)||1 stroke|
Asian Tour playoff record (0–1)
|1||2018||GS Caltex Maekyung Open||Park won with par on third extra hole|
Hwang eliminated by birdie on second hole
Bhullar eliminated by par on first hole
|The Open Championship||71|
CUT = missed the halfway cut
Note: Hwang never played in the Masters Tournament or the PGA Championship.
"T" = Tied
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