Reporter Choi Song-ah = On the first day of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am (total prize money of 9 million dollars) of the PGA Tour, Korean players were only in the middle or lower grades.
Ahn Byeong-hun (32) tied one eagle, two birdies, and two bogeys in the first round of the tournament held at the Monterey Peninsula Country Club (par 71, 6,957 yards) in Pebble Beach, California, on the 3rd (Korean time). He shot an under par 69 and was tied for 47th place.
He is 6 strokes behind Hank Rubioda (USA), who took the lead by recording 8 under par 63 strokes on the same course.
Ahn Byung-hoon, who has yet to win on the PGA Tour, has not been in the top 10 since the season opener, a tie for 4th at the Fortinet Championship last September.
After tying for 62nd at the Farmers Insurance Open last week, he will challenge for a higher rank in this tournament.
Ahn Byeong-hun, who started from hole 10 that day, recorded a birdie on hole 11 (par 3) in the first half.
He made a bogey on hole 1 (par 4), the first hole of the second half, but reduced the number of strokes with a birdie on hole 3 (par 3) and an eagle on hole 5 (par 4), and a bogey on hole 6 (par 5). paid
Kang Seong-hoon (36) finished the first round in a tie for 47th by hitting a 2 under par 70 at Pebble Beach Golf Links (par 72, 6,972 yards).
This tournament is played at Pebble Beach Golf Links, Monterey Peninsular Country Club, and Spyglass Hill (par 72, 7,041 yards), and players who pass the cut after playing rounds 1 to 3 determine the final ranking at Pebble Beach Links. It goes on. 먹튀검증
Kang Seong-hoon caught an eagle after succeeding in a two-on in hole 6 (par 5) that day, and exchanged three bogeys with a birdie.
He participated in four PGA Tour events this season, but missed all the cuts, and is challenging to pass the first cut.
Noh Seung-yeol (32) shot an even par 72 at Pebble Beach Golf Links to tie for 79th, while Kim Seong-hyun (25) scored a 2-over par 73 at Monterey Peninsula Country Club to tie for 117th.
Loveyoda swept nine birdies, blocked one bogey, and put his name on the top of the leaderboard to challenge for his first win on the PGA Tour.
Three players, including Kurt Kitayama (USA), tied for second place by a stroke, and Aaron Baddeley (Australia) tied for fifth place with a 6-under par.
Viktor Hovlan (Norway), who was considered a favorite for the championship, finished the first round with a 2-under par, tied for 47th, and Jordan Spieth (USA) and Matt Fitzpatrick (England) tied for 61st (1-under par, 71 strokes).