“I think we can play while controlling the strength and weakness.”
On the second day of the AT&T Byron Nelson (total prize money: $9.5 million) of the PGA Tour, Kim Si-woo (28) started with a tie for 10th place, cutting 5 strokes, and moved up to a tie for 4th place by 3 strokes behind leader Scotty Scheffler (USA).
In the second round of the tournament held at TPC Craig Ranch (par 71, 7414 yards) in McKinney, Texas, on the 13th (Korean time), Kim Si-woo tied 6 birdies and 1 bogey and hit 5 under par 66, resulting in an interim total of 11 under par 131 strokes. recorded
Starting from the second half hole, he reduced the number of strokes with a birdie on the 10th hole followed by a birdie on the 14th hole. The bogey on the 17th hole was made up with a birdie on the 18th hole and entered the second half of the round. His performance came on the last four holes. Following consecutive birdies on the 5th and 6th holes, he also added a birdie on the 8th hole.
After the game, he said, “I feel comfortable because I think I played well for the two days, and if I manage my mentality and keep it well for the remaining two days, I think I will be able to play like the last two rounds.”
Regarding the good game in the second round, he said, “I missed the green a few times, but I putted well in those places and made a good save, so I think I got over it well.” What we were able to do allowed us to maintain good momentum.”메이저사이트
Regarding the course strategy, he replied, “Because there are always a lot of birdies, so even if I do it aggressively, I have to hit more birdies if there is a bogey, so I will take this into consideration and adjust the strength well.”
Kim Si-woo, who won his first win of the season at the Sony Open held in Hawaii last January, appeared in 17 tournaments this year and finished in the top 10 three times. At the Wells Fargo Championships last week, he finished in a tie for 43rd.
In addition, Ahn Byeong-hun (32), a Korean player, reduced 4 strokes and tied for 14th place (8 under par) with Kim Seong-hyun (25), Bae Sang-moon (37), Kang Seong-hun (36), and Noh Seung-yeol (32). The youngest Kim Joo-hyung (21) added a birdie in the last two holes and hit a 5 under par 66 to rise to a tie for 43rd place (5 under par). All eight players passed the cut, including “defending champion” Lee Kyung-hoon (32), who is aiming for a third consecutive victory.
JTBC Golf & Sports will broadcast the third round of the tournament live from 2:00 am on the 14th.