2014 Korean Tour

The 2014 Korean Tour was the fourth season of the Korean Tour to carry Official World Golf Ranking points. The season consisted of 14 events, three of which were co-sanctioned by the OneAsia Tour. All the tournament had prize funds of at least 300 million won (approximately US$290,000). Five had prize funds of 1 billion won ($960,000) or more.

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.

DateTournamentPrize fund
20 AprDongbu Insurance Promy Open400,000,000 Lee Dong-min (1)6
11 MayGS Caltex Maekyung Open1,000,000,000 Park Jun-won (1)10Co-sanctioned with the OneAsia Tour
18 MaySK Telecom Open1,000,000,000 Kim Seung-hyuk (1)10Co-sanctioned with the OneAsia Tour
25 MayDescente Korea Munsingwear Matchplay Championship800,000,000 Lee Ki-sang (2)8
1 JunHappiness Songhak Construction Open500,000,000 Kim Woo-hyun (1)6
15 JunBosung CC Classic300,000,000 Kim Woo-hyun (2)6
29 JunGunsan CC Open300,000,000 Joo Heung-chol (1)6
13 JulYamaha Hankyung KPGA Championship1,000,000,000 Matthew Griffin (3)6
10 AugMaeil Dairies Open300,000,000 Hwang Jung-gon (1)6
24 AugVainer Pineridge Open500,000,000 Park Sang-hyun (3)6
12 OctKJ Choi Invitational500,000,000 Park Sang-hyun (4)7
26 OctKolon Korea Open1,200,000,000 Kim Seung-hyuk (2)12Co-sanctioned with the OneAsia Tour
2 NovHerald KYJ Tour Championship300,000,000 Lee Hyung-joon (1)7
9 NovShinhan Donghae Open1,000,000,000 Bae Sang-moon (9)8

Order of Merit

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

1 Kim Seung-hyuk33628
2 Park Sang-hyun329510
3 Kim Woo-hyun270014
4 Park Jun-won223014
5 Park Il-hwan222514

Source: [1]

Prize money leaders

RankPlayerMoney (KRW)Events
1 Kim Seung-hyuk589,142,3338
2 Park Sang-hyun431,650,00010
3 Park Jun-won318,595,80012
4 Lee Ki-sang298,236,22210
5 Kim Woo-hyu253,072,00012

'Events' refers to the number of tournaments in which the player won prize money.

Source: [1]


  1. "Korean Tour Record" (in Korean). KPGA. Retrieved 28 November 2018.
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