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Kim Joo-hyung Ties 22nd Place Down on Day 2 of PGA Championship…a seven-shot lead from the lead

Kim Joo-hyung tied four birdies, two bogeys, and one double bogey for an even-par 71 in the second round of the tournament at Valhalla Golf Club (par 71) in Louisville, Kentucky, on the 18th (Korea time).

Kim Joo-hyung, who tied for fifth on the first day at 5 under par, failed to reduce the number of strokes, falling to a median total of 5 under par 137 and a tie for 22nd.
He is seven shots behind Xander Schopley of the U.S., who maintained the lead with 12-under 130.

Kim, who has achieved three PGA wins, has participated in 13 PGA tournaments this season, but has never made the top 10. This year’s highest ranking is tied for 17th at the WM Phoenix Open in February.

Due to repeated poor performances, Kim Joo-hyung fell to 26th in the men’s golf world ranking announced on the 13th, giving up the highest ranking for Korean players to Ahn Byung-hoon (33, CJ, ranked 23rd).

Kim Joo-hyung, who was changing his mind, raised expectations by swinging hard on the first day of the tournament, but failed to continue his momentum on the second day and finished somewhat unfortunately.

Ahn Byung-hoon, the top Korean player, reduced his pars by four with one eagle, three birdies and one bogey. Ahn is tied for 29th with a four-under par total of 138.

Kim Sung-hyun (26, Shinhan Financial Group), who played in a major tournament for the first time in his life, lost one shot and tied for 67th (1-under 141).

Lim Sung-jae (26, CJ) tied for 108th place (3 over par 145).

Tiger Woods of the U.S., who returned to the field for the first time in about a month, lost six shots on the day alone, failing to make the cut with a 7-over par total of 149.

Meanwhile, the game went to the next day because some players could not finish the second round due to sunset.메이저 토토사이트

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