It is the cruise of rookie Kim Seong-hyun.
Seong-Hyun Kim won the 2022/2023 Sony Open (total prize money of $7.9 million) on the second day of the PGA Tour, which continued at the Waialei Country Club (par 70, 7044 yards) in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA on the 13th (local time). He reduced 3 strokes from the hole and placed in a tie for 6th place (8 under par 132 strokes). Chris Kirk leads (11 under par, 129 strokes), and Taylor Montgomery and JJ Spawn (above USA) are tied for second place (10 under par, 130 strokes).
Seong-Hyun Kim tied 5 birdies and 2 bogeys in the 2nd round after finishing the 2 holes he couldn’t finish with pars due to the sunset the previous day. After forgetting the birdie on the 10th hole (par 4), the first hole, by bogeying the 11th hole (par 3), he reduced 2 strokes in the first half with consecutive birdies on the 17th and 18th holes. In the second half, after making up for the bogey on hole 2 with a birdie on hole 3 (above par 4), a birdie was added on the last hole 9 (par 5). It was driven by an average long hit of 304.9 yards and an ‘iron shot’ with an 83.33% green hit rate. 슬롯사이트
Seong-Hyun Kim is chasing the lead by 3 strokes. This is a position where you can aim for the first championship in your life after participating in nine competitions this season. Kim Seong-hyun said, “I was not in good condition today, but I am satisfied that I was able to finish the remaining round 1 well and finish the 2nd round well.” I looked back. He continued, “This week, professional Choi Gyeong-ju gave me advice while playing a 9-hole practice round,” and expressed his gratitude, saying, “It was very helpful.”
In Korea, Kim Si-woo reduced 3 strokes and rose to a tie for 16th place (6 under par, 134 strokes), and Ahn Byeong-hun drove 5 under par to jump to a tie for 23rd place (5 under par, 135 strokes). Lee Kyung-hoon also advanced to the third round with a 3-under par and tied for 33rd (4-under 136 strokes). On the other hand, Kyung-Joo Choi was sluggish with a 3-over par and failed to advance to the finals with a tie for 77th place (1 under par, 139 strokes). Kim Joo-hyung tied for 97th (1 over par, 141 strokes), and Lim Seong-jae also tied for 110th (2 over par, 142 strokes), ‘cut off’. Last year’s runner-up, Russell Henry, tied for 33rd, and defending champion Hideki Matsuiaka (Japan) tied for 46th (3 under par, 137 strokes).