Golf Japan Open tomorrow opening Ishikawa Rin etc. practice round October 16 19:31

Before the opening of the Japan Open, which decides the best male golfer in Japan, on the 17th, players such as Satoshi Ishikawa aiming for the second consecutive major national team practiced at the venue in Fukuoka Prefecture.

The Kotoshi Japan Open will be held in Koga City, Fukuoka Prefecture, and 120 players will participate, including Shuhei Imahira, the top prize winner, and Adam Scott, the Australian major masters tournament.

Players held a practice round on the 16th, and Ishikawa, who won the resurgence for the first time in three years and finished 2nd in the prize money ranking, went around 9 holes from 10th.

Ishikawa played the approach shots from rough and bunker carefully on a difficult course with a slope around the green.

Ishikawa, who played at the age of 17 and played for the championship 11 years ago when the tournament was held at the same venue, was ranked second, and this time he won the first Japan Open and won two major national tournaments. Aim.

After practice, Ishikawa said, “I went around the course remembering about 11 years ago. It ’s not the distance, but I think it ’s the hardest course I ’ve ever done. I want to put out what I have and do it with confidence. "

The tournament will be held for four days starting on the 17th, and NHK will relay the tournament daily on the general TV and BS1.