Lee Kyung-hoon climbed 37 places to 19th in the PGA Championship

On the second day of the PGA Championship, a major men’s golf tournament, Lee Gyeong-hoon (32) improved his ranking by 37 steps to 19th while reducing two strokes. He caught up with co-leader Scotty Scheffler (USA) by 6 strokes.토스카지노

In the second round of the tournament held on the 20th (Korean time) at Oak Hill Country Club (par 70) in Rochester, New York, USA, Lee Kyung-hoon tied 3 birdies and 1 bogey to hit 2 under par 68, recording an interim total of 1 over par 141. did.

Lee Gyeong-hoon, who started the game on the 10th hole, hit the green edge well on the 248-yard par 3 11th hole and made a 1-meter birdie putt down the slope. In the 18th hole, he wrote down a bogey, but after making up for it with a birdie in the 1st hole, he reduced another stroke in the last 9th hole.

Lee Gyeong-hoon had a driving shot distance of 309.5 yards that day, and hit 7 narrow fairways out of 14, placing 43rd. The ranking from tee to green was also high at 17th, and the number of putts was 16th with two. He’s played in 17 events this season, finished in the top 10 three times, and made the cut 14 times. It is ranked 42nd in the World Golf Ranking.

Schaeffler and Corey Connors (Canada), who started in a tie for second place, cut two strokes each to finish with a one stroke lead as of 8:15 am. Victor Hoblan (Norway) reduced three strokes to rise to the joint lead. Long hitter Bryson DeChambeau (USA) and others are chasing by one stroke. Justin Seo, a Korean-American, is in 5th place (3 under par) by reducing two strokes.

The expected cut line for 36 holes is set at 5 over par for 79 players in a tie for 60th place. The remaining four Korean players are all expected to miss the cut. Kim Si-woo, who finished second in last week’s competition, hit 3 over par two days in a row.

Kim Joo-hyung was sluggish with a 5-over-par 75, and Yang Yong, who was invited to play, also hit 75. Lim Seong-jae, who entered the tournament immediately after winning the Korea Championship, avoided the bottom of the 10-over par on the first day, but was pushed out of the 100th place by hitting a 3-over par.

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