1 stroke is not enough… Kim Si-woo, an unfortunate runner-up
PGA Tour Byron Nelson
American Professional Golf (PGA) Tour AT&T Byron Nelson (total prize money 9.5 million dollars) On the 15th, the last day of the game was held at McKinney, Texas, USA TPC Craig Ranch (par 71) 18th hole (par 5). Kim Si-woo (28, CJ), who was tied for 4th place until the 3rd round, caught a birdie and rose to the joint lead, raising expectations for a reversal. However, the joy was short-lived, as Jason Day (Australia)’s birdie putt was sucked into the hole cup and he took the lead alone, and the tournament was over.
Kim Si-woo fought relentlessly, but unfortunately bowed his head. Kim Si-woo shot 8 under par 63 strokes in the final round of the tournament and recorded a 메이저사이트 final total of 22 under par 262 strokes, but had to be content with a tie for second place after falling behind by one stroke on the day. Kim Si-woo, who won four PGA Tour careers, finished second four times with this runner-up. Kim Si-woo, who took second place, took $845,500 (1.128 billion won) in prize money.
It was a tournament that allowed Kim Si-woo to regain his confidence. Since winning the Sony Open held in January, Kim Si-woo has been sluggish enough to not have a top 10 prize other than a tie for 7th at the Zurich Classic, a two-man team game. However, he was able to shake off all his regrets with the promotion of this tournament. Kim Si-woo, who lives 15 minutes away from the venue, laughed, saying, “On the one hand, it’s unfortunate, but I finished the tournament held near my house well.”