Kim Min-kyu, tied for 9th place in PIF Saudi Arabia 1R, ‘higher ranks from LIV’
‘Korea Open Champ’ Kim Min-kyu (22) achieved the best result among Korean players in the first round of the PIF Saudi International (total prize money: 5 million dollars), the opening day of the Asian Tour.
On the 2nd, Minkyu Kim started the first round of the PIF Saudi International Asian Tour held at the Royal Greens Golf & Country Club (par 70) in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
On this day, Kim Min-gyu recorded a total of 3 under par 67 strokes with 5 birdies and 2 bogeys, and was tied for 9th place with Patrick Reed, Jason Cocrack (above USA), and Richard Bland (England). 토토사이트
This is the highest ranking among the nine Korean Tour players who participated in this tournament. In addition, Lee Tae-hee (39) scored 2 under par 68 strokes with 4 birdies and 2 bogeys to settle in a tie for 18th place.
Kim Min-kyu won his first debut win at the Kolon Korea Open in June last year, but suffered a car accident two months later ahead of the Asian Tour International Series in Jeju.
Desperate Kim Min-gyu brushes off the aftereffects of the car accident and this year, he is going on a Korean tour and an Asian tour at the same time. In addition, Kim Min-gyu showed a good appearance in the first round of the Asian Tour opening game.
A large number of LIV golf players were in the top ranks of this first round. Abraham Anser (32, Mexico) took first place, and Sebastian Muñoz (30, Colombia) took second place.
Also, Sergio Garcia (43, Spain) and Louis Oosthuizen (41, South Africa) were tied for third place (5 under par 65 strokes).