‘All under par.’
Kim Seong-hyun (25), Lim Seong-jae (25), Ahn Byeong-hun (32), Kim Si-woo (28), and Roh Seung-yeol (32) all recorded under par on the first day of the PGA Tour Farmers Insurance Open (total prize money of $8.7 million), and they were in good spirits. showed off the start.
In the first round of the tournament held at Torrey Pines Golf Club Book Course (par 72) in La Jolla, near San Diego, California on the 26th (Korean time), rookie Kim Seong-hyun pulled out 7 birdies and blocked 2 bogeys, hitting 5 under par 67. Aaron Rye (England), Brent Grant, and Sam Ryder (above the USA) both tied for the lead with 8-under-par 64 strokes, and Kim Seong-hyun was tied for 12th place by three strokes.
Kim Seong-hyun, who is having a rookie season, said, “I didn’t start well, but I played with perseverance.” If I believe in myself and play, I think there will be good results.”
Im Seong-jae, Ahn Byeong-hun, and Kim Si-woo all submitted under par scores on the first day.
Im Seong-jae, who played the first round on the South Course, which is difficult due to the long battlefield and difficult course, scored a 4-under-par 68 with 6 birdies and 2 bogeys. Although they were tied for 19th place by 4 strokes from the leading group, the second round is expected to rise to the top as they play on the North Course, which is easier than the South Course.
In this tournament, the 1st and 2nd rounds are played alternately on two courses, North and South, and from the 3rd round, only the South course is played.
The South Course is 7765 yards in length, the longest among the tournament courses operated by the PGA Tour, but the North Course is only 7258 yards. Last year, the average number of strokes for the South Course was 73.013, and the average number of strokes for the North Course was 68.769, showing a large difference in difficulty. All three players who tied for the lead that day played on the North Course.
Ahn Byeong-hoon, who started from the book course, also recorded a 4-under-par 68 on the first day and tied for 19th place with Lim Seong-jae.카지노
Kim Si-woo, who won the Sony Open two weeks ago, blocked 2 bogies on the South Course, pulled out 5 birdies, and hit 3-under-par 69. The drive shot fairway hit rate was 71.43% and the green hit rate was 66.67%, continuing the recent upward trend.
Noh Seung-yeol also joined the ranks of under par by recording a score of 2 under par and 70 strokes on the first day of the book course.
A total of five Korean players participated in this tournament, and all recorded under par on the first day, raising expectations for a top 10 finish in four consecutive tournaments.
Korean players are recording consecutive top 10 in the New Year’s tournament.
In the first Sentry Tournament of Champions, Kim Joo-hyung tied for 5th place and Lee Kyung-hoon tied for 7th place, and Kim Si-woo won the second Sony Open. In the following American Express, Kim Joo-hyung tied for 6th place and entered the top 10 in three consecutive competitions.