Lim Seong-jae (25) showed off his perfect compatibility with Keith Mitchell (USA) at the Zurich Classic (total prize money of 8.6 million dollars).
In the second round of the PGA Tour Zurich Classic held at TPC Louisiana (par 72), Louisiana, USA on the 22nd (Korean time), Im Seong-jae reduced 5 strokes with 7 birdies and 1 double bogey with Mitchell.
Lim Seong-jae, who recorded an interim total of 15 under par 129 strokes, tied for second place with Dok Redman and Sam Rider (above USA). He was only one stroke behind the sole leaders Wyndham Clark and Bo Housler (above USA).
The two, who played an active part in the first round in the best-ball method, continued their momentum in the second round, in a foursome method in which one ball is alternated.
Those who caught the first birdie with 안전놀이터Lim Seong-jae’s birdie putt success on the 2nd hole (par 5) lost the number of strokes due to a double bogey on the 6th hole (par 4). Mitchell’s tee shot fell into a water hazard. Seongjae Lim tried the next shot after receiving a penalty, but Seongjae Im missed the bogey putt and finished with a double bogey.
But the double bogey didn’t stop them. Lim Seong-jae and Mitchell made up for it quickly by making three consecutive birdies on holes 7 through 9, and continued the atmosphere by adding a birdie on the 12th hole (par 4) in the second half.
In the 16th hole (par 4), Lim Seong-jae dropped his second shot about 9m to the hole, but Mitchell finished it perfectly and added a birdie. In the last 18th hole, he added a birdie by combining two on and two putts.
Mitchell said, “Except for my 6th hole driver tee shot, it was great. I think I played really solid all day. Im Seong-jae made a lot of good iron shots, and I made two long putts. It’s perfect,” Mitchell said. told
“I think there will be a good opportunity if Im Seong-jae plays as he is now, and if I continue to make a few long putts and maintain the swing I made once or twice,” he promised.
Kim Si-woo (28) and Kim Joo-hyeong (20) made 5 birdies that day and tied for 20th place with a median total of 11 under par and 133 strokes. Noh Seung-yeol (32) also tied Michael Kim (USA) with 11-under-par 133 strokes. Kim Seong-hyeon (25) and Ahn Byeong-hun (32) finished in a tie for 28th with 10 under par and 134 strokes, successfully passing the cut.