Kim Si-woo seizes the chance to win season 2

Kim Si-woo (28, CJ Logistics) seized the opportunity to win two seasons on the American Professional Golf (PGA) Tour.

On the 14th (Korean time),토토사이트 in the 3rd round of the PGA Tour AT&T Byron Nelson (total prize money: $9.5 million) held at TPC Craig Ranch (par 71) in McKinney, Texas, USA, he scored 3 birdies without bogey and scored 3 under par 68 hit it

Kim Si-woo, who recorded an interim total of 14 under par and 199 strokes, placed in a tie for 4th place, 2 strokes behind the 3 joint leaders, to challenge for a come-from-behind victory in the final round.

Austin Ekrott (USA), Ryan Farmer (USA), and Dou Zecheng (China) tied for the lead with an interim total of 16 under par 197 strokes.

Siwoo Kim has no top 10 prizes other than a tie for 7th at the Zurich Classic, a two-person team match, since his career record of 4 wins at the Sony Open in January.

Kang Seong-hoon (36) shot 5-under-par 66 to rise to a tie for 8th place (interim total 13-under 200 strokes). Kang Seong-hoon, a so-called conditional seed, is expected to make his first top 10 this season.

Bae Sang-moon (37), who is in the same situation as Kang Seong-hoon, also performed well with a 3-under-par 68, tied for 15th place (11-under 202). Ahn Byeong-hun (32, CJ Logistics), who hit a 3-under-par 68, stood shoulder to shoulder with Bae Sang-moon.

Lee Gyeong-hoon (32, CJ Logistics), who tried to win his third consecutive championship, finished tied for 58th place (intermediate total, 7 under par, 206 strokes), virtually ruining his dream. Kim Joo-hyung (21, Nike) is tied for 58th with Lee Kyung-hoon.

Noh Seung-yeol (32), who shot 11-under-par 60 in the first round, lost two strokes on the same day and fell to a tie for 63rd place (intermediate total, 6-under-par, 207 strokes). Kim Seong-hyeon (25, Shinhan Financial Group), who lost three strokes, was pushed back to a tie for 72nd (intermediate total, 5 under par, 208 strokes).

‘Number 2’ Scotty Scheffler (USA), who has the highest world ranking among the participating players, failed to reduce the number of strokes and was pushed back to a tie for fourth place by two strokes from the lead the day before.

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