Park Sang-hyun, Saudi International tied for 19th place…Kim Young-soo, Moon Kyung-jun, Lee Tae-hee advanced
Park Sang-hyeon (40), Kim Young-soo (34), Moon Kyung-jun (41), and Lee Tae-hee (39) advanced to the final round of the Asian Tour PIF Saudi International (total prize money 5 million dollars).
In the second round of the 슬롯사이트 tournament held at the Royal Greens Golf & Country Club (par 70) in King Abdullah Economic City, Saudi Arabia on the 3rd, Park Sang-hyun shot a 4-under-par 66 and recorded an intermediate total of 4-under-par 136, Brooks Koepka (USA) and Bernd Busberger (Denmark) and others tied for 19th place. Abraham Anser (Mexico) took the lead for the second day with an interim total of 11 under par 129 strokes.
Park Sang-hyun, who was unable to reduce the number of strokes in the first round, advanced to the finals by raising the rankings with a clean game in which he picked out 4 birdies without a bogey.
71 players who recorded an even par advanced to the 3rd round finals, and as Korean players, along with Park Sang-hyun, Kim Young-soo, Moon Gyeong-jun, and Lee Tae-hee passed the cut.
Kim Yeong-soo and Moon Gyeong-jun cut 3 strokes each on this day and tied for 49th with an interim total of 1 under par 139 strokes, while Lee Tae-hee shot an even par 140 strokes to rank in a tie for 58th place.
In this tournament, where the total prize money is $5 million, if you pass the cut, you will receive a prize of $10,000. The winning prize is $1 million.
Kim Min-gyu (22), who was expected to enter the upper ranks by hitting a 3-under-par 67 in the first round, failed to pass the cut as he recorded a 4-over-par 74 and recorded an interim total of 1-over-par 141.
This tournament, supported by Saudi Arabia, drew more attention as a large number of LIV golf players participated, but many of the strong players expected to win were eliminated from the cut.
Last year’s runner-up Bubba Watson (USA) and Open Champion Cameron Smith (Australia) both scored a 2-over par 142 strokes, falling two strokes short of the cutoff standard, while Phil Mickelson (USA) recorded a 1-over par 141 strokes for the final round. entry was frustrated.