STERLING, Va. Golfzon – the world leader in golf simulator market share – congratulates ambassadors Sungjae Im and Matthew Wolff on finishing in the top two spots, respectively, at the PGA TOUR’s Shriners Children’s Open.
Contested this past weekend at TPC Summerlin in Las Vegas, Im carded a final round 62 to win the event by a four-stroke margin. The 23-year-old South Korean phenom also won the Honda Classic earlier in 2021 and signed an endorsement agreement with Golfzon over the summer.
Wolff enjoyed his best result so far in 2021 by shooting four rounds in the sixties and finishing in second place. The Oklahoma State University standout has already captured one PGA Tour title and multiple runner-up finishes in his young career. Much like Im, Wolff only recently became a part of team Golfzon, officially signing with the popular simulator brand in September.
“Both of these players are exceptionally talented, fun to watch, and represent a new generation of golf superstars that embrace technology as a tool for improvement and entertainment,” says Tommy Lim, CEO of Golfzon AMERICA. “Participation in golf is at one of the highest points in recent years, and a large contributing factor to that is the popularity of off-course options like our world-class simulators. By partnering with exciting players like Sungjae and Matthew we are able to attract even more attention to what makes our products the best on the market.”
Golfzon provides the most technologically advanced indoor golf simulators in the world and has been recognized by Golf Digest as the best golf simulator from 2017 through 2021. Unique features include a patented eight-way hydraulic swing plate with 360 degrees of directional movement to adjust to any lie, an auto-tee feature and multi-surface hitting mats including fairway, rough and bunker.
Golfzon is a bestselling, global golf simulator company. Awarded four consecutive years from 2017 to 2021 as best golf simulator in Golf Digest’s Editor’s Choice, Golfzon has a presence in 62 countries with 6,200 sites around the world and 65 million rounds of golf played on Golfzon simulators in 2020. Golfzon also hosts two professional virtual golf tournaments (GTOUR and WGTOUR) with a total prize purse of more than $2.7 million.