A golf course in Korea. This photo is not directly related to the content of the article. [연합뉴스]

The body of a man in his 50s was found at a golf course in Yangsan, Gyeongnam, and the police began an investigation.

On the 22nd, Gyeongnam Yangsan Police Station said on the 15th that Mr. A was found dead at a local golf course hazard (an obstacle such as a puddle or pond) on the 15th, and is under investigation.

As a result of the police investigation, the police confirmed that Mr. A was a resident who lived alone in the village and was not a golf course official. Until now, no signs of extreme choice, such as murder or will, have been found.

The police confirmed through CCTV that Mr. A, a non-member of the golf course, entered the golf course through the nearby hills around 4 am on the 11th.

A police official said, “The depth of the hazard is not deep, but there is a 1m worth of jaws around the hazard,” and it was estimated that he failed. The hazard was 50cm deep, 70m wide and 150m long, confirmed by the police.

The police plan to investigate the exact cause of death by Mr. A based on the autopsy results of the National Institute of Scientific Investigation.

Reporter Dayoung Kim kim.dayoung1@joongang.co.kr


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