Im Seong-jae and Kim Joo-hyung tied for 3rd place in the PGA Tour American Express 2R… Kim Si-woo also leaps to 14th place

Lim Seong-jae and Kim Joo-hyung tied for third place in the second round of the PGA Tour American Express (total prize money of 8 million dollars).

Lim Seong-jae recorded 6 under par 66 with 1 eagle, 6 birdies and 2 bogeys in the second round of the tournament held on the 21st (Korean time) at the PGA West Stadium Course (par 72, 7187 yards) in La Quinta, California, USA.

Lim Seong-jae, who scored an interim total of 13 under par 131, rounded the halfway point of the tournament in a tie for third place with Kim Joo-hyung, Jason Day (Australia), and JT Poston (USA).

Kim Joo-hyung, who played the second round on the Nicklaus Tournament Course (par 72, 7147 yards), swung a 10 under par 62 strokes with 1 eagle and 8 birdies, and also scored 13 under par 131 strokes.

In this tournament, rounds 1 to 3 are played around three locations: the PGA West Stadium Course, Nicklaus Tournament Course, and La Quinta CC (par 72, 7060 yards), and the final 4 rounds are held at the West Stadium Course.

The leader was David Thompson (USA) with 18 under par and 126 strokes, 5 strokes ahead of Lim Seong-jae and Kim Joo-hyung. 2nd place is Jon Ram (Spain) with 16 under par 128 strokes.

Im Seong-jae has consistently performed well in this competition recently, including 10th in 2020, 12th in 2021, and 11th last year.

Im Seong-jae, who caught the eagle by putting his second shot from 228 yards on the 5th hole (par 5) to the hole about 3m away, finished the second round happily with a birdie putt of a similar distance on the last hole 18 (par 4).카지노

Kim Joo-hyung, who recorded the daily best with a 10-under par that day, jumped from the top 60 the previous day to a tie for third place.

Kim Joo-hyung, who started the game on the 10th hole (par 4), got off to a refreshing start with birdie, eagle, and birdie. He reduced 6 strokes only in the first 9 holes, including consecutive birdies on the 15th and 16th holes as well.

Last week’s Sony Open winner Kim Si-woo also improved a lot in the rankings.

Kim Si-woo, who had been sluggish with a tie for 85th the previous day, drove 8 birdies without bogey and tied for 14th with a median total of 10 under par and 134 strokes.

Lee Gyeong-hoon is in the 80th with 4 under par and 140 strokes, and Noh Seung-yeol and Ahn Byeong-hoon are outside the top 100 with 3 under par and 141 strokes.

Kim Seong-hyun recorded 143 strokes at 1 under par, and Kang Sung-hoon recorded 2 over par 146 strokes.

After completing the third round, this competition sorts out the players who are eliminated from the cut.

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