‘Rookie’ Seong-Hyun Kim, PGA Tour Sanderson Farms ‘Move Day’ Top 10

5 strokes is a stroke worth trying. The last day ‘When It Comes’ It is possible. In particular, it is worth looking forward to because most of the world’s listers did not participate.

In ‘Moving Day’, ‘rookie’ Kim Seong-hyeon (24, Shinhan Financial Group) rose the position to the ‘Top 10’ and inflated the expectation to the limit.

Kim Seong-hyun competed in the 3rd round of the Palms Sanderson PGA Tour Championship (total prize money 7.9 million dollars, prize money 1442,000 dollars) held at Jackson Country Club (par 72, 7461 yards) in Jackson, Mississippi, USA on the 2nd (Korea time) He dropped six strokes to eight birdies and two bogeys, and shot a total of 10-under par 206, jumping from T-31 the previous day to T-8.

Kim Seong-hyeon, who picked just four birdies without a bogey in the first half, added four birdies to the 15th hole in the second half, but the bogeys were on the 16th hole (par 4) and the 18th hole (par 4) remains disappointed.

Kim Seong-hyeon was tied for 36th at the Fortinet Championship ahead of his PGA Tour debut in the 2022-2023 season.

Mark Hubbard (USA) hit 7 birdies without a bogey and shot a total of 15 under 201, beating Mackenzie Hughes (Canada) by one stroke to take the lead. Hubady, who joined the PGA Tour in 2015, has one win each on the Korn Ferry Tour and the Canadian PGA Tour, but has not won a regular tour title.

This competition is a good luck competition for the rookies. Out of the last 8 competitions, he has won 6 rookie titles.

JTBC Golf & Sports will broadcast the 4th round live on the final day from 5 am on the 3rd.

Seongchan Ahn, Global Economy Server [email protected]

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