Was Golf Star Luke Kwon Disqualified?
Golf professional Luke Kwon, currently playing in The Good Good Cup, could be disqualified in the knockout challenge. With the words on the street taking rounds, the viewers who patiently waited for the final result have become impatient to know the winner.
Good Good channel on YouTube has organized The Good Good Cup, getting inspired by the different golf tournaments. The match is known to be month-long, and the viewers following up might have to wait a bit longer for the final result. However, not long ago, on 20 September 2022, the channel uploaded its video with the most awaited result from the lightning knockout golf challenge.
The knockout match started with a squad of six, followed by the previous points. The leaderboard at the beginning of the latest challenge showed Grant Horvat with a total of 810pts, Luke with 720pts, Stephen Castaneda with 540pts, Garrett Clark with 530 pts, Matt Scharff with 505 pts, and Bubbie Golf with 395 pts.
However, after the Lightning Knockout Golf Challenge, the points have been updated with Grant getting 1110pts, Luke with 945pts, Garrett with 650pts, Matt with 585pts, Bubbie with 575pts, and Stephen with 570pts. Looking at the result of the latest match, Kwon doesn't seem disqualified but is placed second as per the points. Meanwhile, Horvat is still in the first position, and Castaneda remains in the last.
Although the tournament has been challenging, Luke is giving his all and putting effort into more points. As per The Good Good Cup, the player who will make the most points will the match. Well, the question now remains, will Kwon be able to make up for the pts to overtake the first position owned by Grants?
The latest match video of the tournament carried over seven thousand viewers, with more than twenty thousand likes. The knockout golf challenge occurred at the Payne's Valley with a beautiful sight. Also, the player in the first position will get additional 300 points on the leaderboard. Meanwhile, the second place will get 225 points; the third place will get 175 points; the fourth with 120 points; the fifth with 80 points; and the sixth with 30 points.
At the end of the match, Lucas will get into second place, earning himself an additional 225 pts on his previous 720 pts. Adding out, he now has total points of 945 and is in tough competition with Grant, who is in first place with a total of 1110 pts.