Kim Joo-hyung’s cruise “The chase for 5th place by 4 strokes”

It is the cruise of ‘PGA box office card’ Kim Joo-hyung.

On the 6th (local time), Joo-hyung Kim won the US Professional Golf (PGA) Tour 2022/2023 season, which continued at Kapalua Plantation Course (par 73, 7596 yards) on Maui Island, Hawaii, USA, Sentry Tournament of Champions (TOC, total prize of 1500) 10,000 dollars) on the second day, he recorded 4 under par and placed 5th (12 under par, 134 strokes). It is the ‘Wangjungwangjeon’ where only 39 world-class players, including the winner of last season, took the mound. 토토

Kim Joo-hyung started from 4th place by 1 stroke and tied 6 birdies and 2 bogeys. After forgetting the birdie on hole 2 (par 3) by bogeying hole 3 (par 4), he fished out birdies on holes 5 and 9. In the second half, after losing the birdie on hole 12 on hole 13 (above par 4), two birdies were added on holes 15 and 18. It is four strokes away from the leader, and it is still an opportunity to win the second win of the season and the third win three months after winning the Shriners Children’s Open in October last year.

Colin Morikawa (USA) secured the top of the leaderboard (16 under par, 130 strokes) for two days in a row by driving 7 under par. Scotty Scheffler and JJ Spawn tied for second place in the world rankings (14 under par 132 strokes), 2016 winner Jordan Spieth (above USA) 4th place (13 under par 133 strokes), and Jon Rahm (Spain) 6th place (11 under par 135 strokes) Ride. Justin Thomas (USA), the winner in 2017 and 2020, was sluggish with a tie for 27th (6 under par 140 strokes).

In Korea, Lee Kyung-hoon reduced 4 strokes and moved up to a tie for 12th place (9 under par 137 strokes). Lim Seong-jae, who had a tie for 5th in 2021 and a tie for 8th last year, wrote down 4 birdies and 3 bogeys. It is tied for 18th place (8 under par 138 strokes). Meanwhile, Tokyo Olympics gold medalist Xander Chopley (USA) withdrew due to a back injury during the second round. The Associated Press said, “Shopley abstained, but he plans to receive $200,000 (250 million won) in prize money given to the bottom 39th place.”

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