Kim Joo-hyung (21) is back.
He recorded his second top 10 this year at the American Professional Golf (PGA Tour) American Express (total prize money of 8 million dollars), shaking off the sluggishness of missing the cut at the Sony Open last week.
Kim Joo-hyung tied for 6th place with a final total of 23 under par 265 strokes at the PGA Tour American Express held at the PGA West Stadium Course (par 72) in La Quinta, California, USA on the 23rd (Korean time).
The putt, which caught the ankle at the Sony Open, also regained a sense of stability.
After finishing the second round, Kim Joo-hyung said, “The Sony Open and the first round of this tournament did not feel good. The hole looked small,” he said. said.
also appeared in the record. Kim Joo-hyung, who lost 6.689 strokes in the 2nd round of the Sony Open only with putts, played 4 rounds in this tournament, reducing his 1.633 strokes and shaking off his putt anxiety. At the Sony Open, he experienced the pain of missing the cut with a big loss on the putt, but in this tournament, he succeeded in turning a profit and laid the foundation for entering the top ranks.
Kim Joo-hyung was named in the top 10 twice in the three competitions held this year, and even though it was early in the season, he raised the FedEx Cup ranking to third place.
The championship was won by Jon Rahm (Spain).
Jon Rahm is poised to renew his career high season by winning both tournaments he participated in this year. Lam’s previous career high season was the 2019/2020 season, when he won two wins, and at that time, Lam ranked fourth in the FedEx Cup with two wins and eight top 10 finishes. 먹튀검증
Meanwhile, Lim Seong-jae (25) tied for 18th (final total of 20 under par, 268 strokes), and Kim Si-woo (28), who challenged to win the Sony Open for two weeks in a row following his victory at the Sony Open, reduced 6 strokes on the final day of the tournament to tie for 22nd (final total of 19 strokes). 269 strokes under par).