▲ Kim Joo

-hyung Kim Joo-hyung tied for 5th place and Lee Kyung-hoon tied for 7th at the Sentry Tournament of Champions, the first tournament of the new year on the US PGA Tour.

In the final 4 rounds of the tournament held at Kapalua Plantation Course (par 73) on Maui Island, Hawaii, Kim Joo-hyung tied 6 birdies and 1 bogey and hit 5 under par 68.

Recording a total of 22 under par 270, Joo-hyung Kim finished the tournament in a tie for 5th place with JJ Spawn of the US.

Kim Joo-hyung, who started playing on the PGA Tour as a special temporary member in July of last year, reported his first win at the Wyndham Championship in August, followed by his second championship at the Shriners Children’s Open in October, drawing attention.

This tournament, which was held as the first tournament of the new year, is a tournament in the nature of a ‘Wang of the Kings’ with only 39 participants, including last year’s winner and players who participated in the Tour Championship, the final round of the playoffs.

Kim Joo-hyung, who started the final round with a tie for 5th place, was unable to reduce the number of strokes until the 11th hole, 토토 so his ranking was greatly pushed back. I made a birdie and climbed up the rankings again.

Kim Joo-hyung, who added a birdie after putting the second shot on the green in the last 18th hole (par 5), was named in the top 5.

▲ Kyung

-Hoon Lee Kyung-Hoon Lee tied 7 birdies and 1 bogey to reduce 6 strokes and tied for 7th place with a total of 21 under par.

The event was won by Spain’s Jon Rahm.

Yon Lam overcame his 7-stroke inferiority and put on a show of reversal.

In the final round, Yon Ram tied 1 eagle, 9 birdies, and 1 bogey to record 10 under par 63 strokes and recorded a total of 27 under par 265 strokes to achieve his 8th win on the PGA Tour, winning prize money of 2.7 million dollars and our money of 3.4 billion received a circle

Yon Ram started the final round in a tie for 5th place, 7 strokes behind Morikawa of the United States, who led the 3rd round, and at one time the gap widened to 9 strokes, but he caught up with Morikawa by reducing 5 strokes, including an eagle on the 15th hole (par 5). It is.

Morikawa collapsed with three consecutive bogeys from holes 14 to 16, allowing a come-from-behind Yon Lam.

Morikawa finished runner-up by two strokes with a final total of 25 under par.

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