Finalists for the World Golf Hall of Fame including Harrington, Kerr, and Coach Harmon

Padrig Harrington (52, Ireland), who won three major tournaments, Christy Kerr (36, USA) of the LPGA Tour, and Butch Harmon (80, USA), a world-class golf instructor. He was shortlisted for the World Golf Hall of Fame.

The World Golf Hall of Fame announced on the 23rd (Korean time) the 12 candidates who will be inducted into the Hall of Fame next year토토사이트. A 31-member nominations committee selected them, and a 20-member selection committee consisting of Hall of Fame members, media, and leaders from major golf organizations will meet during the Players Championship next month to vote for admission.

Induction into the Hall of Fame takes place every two years, and the inductees selected in this vote will be inducted at the US Open next year at Course 2 in Pinehurst, North Carolina, USA.

To be eligible to participate in the Hall of Fame, you must be over 45 years of age, and last year, ‘Golf Emperor’ Tiger Woods (USA), Susie Maxwell Burning (USA), and Marion Hollins (USA) were inducted.

Harrington has 21 victories around the world, including the 2007-2008 Major Open Open Championship and the 2008 PGA Championship. In addition, Jim Furyk (USA) with 17 wins on the PGA Tour, former Open Championship champion and golf course designer Tom Weiskopf (USA), and Johnny Farrell (USA) with 22 wins on the PGA Tour are also nominated. raised

Christie Kerr, who has 20 wins on the LPGA tour, was selected as a finalist along with Dotty Pepper, Sandra Farmer, and the late Beverly Hanson (above the United States).

World-renowned instructor Harmon is the son of former Masters champion Claude Harmon and is part of one of golf’s most famous teaching families. He became famous for coaching Woods, Greg Norman (Australia), and Dustin Johnson (USA). In the early 2000s, under the guidance of Harmon, Woods won all four major tournaments.