Birth date 9 May 1991 (28 years)
Nationality South Korea South Korea

Noh Seung-yul is a progression golfer from South Korean. Born on May 9, 1991, he turned professional in 2007 and successfully qualified for the 2008 Asian tour. Noh started playing golf when he just seven years old and enjoyed a flourishing amateur career, winning the Korean Amateur Championship in 2005 and the 2005 Korean Junior Amateur.

He won the the Midea China Classic and was given the Asian Tour Rookie of the Year award. One of his most recent wins is the Maybank Malaysian Open, which made him the second youngest winner ever on the European Tour. This win was made even more significant since he defeated fellow South Korean and idol t K.J. Choi, bagging the title with just one shot.

He qualified for the British Open and led in four top tens in 2010. He led the 2010 Asian Tour Money List and finished 34th in the European Tour Order of Merit. All in all he has had two amateur wins and one European Tour win and victories in the Asian Tour, first when he won in the 2008 Midea China Classic and when he won in the 2010 Maybank Malaysian Open, co sanctioned by the European tour. He also won the Royal Trophy with the Asian team in 2011. Noh is coached by Choi Myung-ho and caddied by his father Gu-hyeon.