Lim Seong-jae (25, CJ Logistics) took the opportunity to win 3 times on the PGA tour.
This time, it was at the PGA Tour Zurich Classic (total prize money of $8.6 million) held in a pair. In the third round of the third day of the tournament, where they paired up with Keith Mitchell (USA), the couple took second place alone from a tie for second place the previous day.
On the 23rd (Korean time) in the 3rd round of the third day of the tournament held at TPC Louisiana (par 72, 7425 yards) in Avondale, Louisiana, USA, Seongjae Lim and Mitchell Joe combined 10 birdies to score 10 under par 62 strokes. Seongjae Lim was responsible for seven of them.
Im Seong-jae-Mitchell, who recorded an interim total of 25 under par and 191 strokes, was in second place alone, one stroke behind the leader. The top spot on the leaderboard was occupied by Wyndham Clark-Bo Hoosler (USA) Joe, who recorded 190 strokes at 26 under par.
The first and third rounds of the tournament are held in a way that two players play with their own balls and the better performance is scored as a team score, and the second and fourth rounds are played in a foursome format in which one ball is alternately hit.
Im Seong-jae, who debuted on the PGA Tour in the 2018-2019 season, has won two victories, including the Honda Classic in the 2019-2020 season and the Shriners Children’s Hospital Open in the 2021-2022 season.
Kim Joo-hyung (21, Nike) – Kim Si-woo (28, CJ Logistics), Ahn Byeong-hoon (32, CJ Logistics) – Kim Seong-hyeon (25, Shinhan Financial Group) were tied for 13th place (interim total 19 under par 197 strokes), top 10 possibilities revealed. It’s a difference between 10 and 1 stroke. 메이저놀이터
If they win the tournament, the prize money of 2,485,400 dollars (approximately 3.31 billion won) will be shared between the two players. FedEx Cup points are awarded in increments of 400 each. They are also eligible to play on the PGA Tour for two years, as well as play in the Players Championship, PGA Championship, and Sentry Champions tournaments.
However, it is not reflected in the Masters qualification and world ranking points, the first major tournament next year.