Kim Si-woo (28, CJ Logistics) showed a green light for the championship competition by cutting 5 strokes on the second day of AT&T Byron Nelson (total prize money of 9.5 million dollars) of the PGA Tour.
Kim Si-woo tied 6 birdies and 1 bogey at the TPC Craig Ranch (par 71, 7414 yards) in McKinney, Texas, USA on the 13th (Korean time) and hit 5 under par 66 strokes.
Kim Si-woo, who recorded a total of 11 under par and 131 strokes, rose to fourth place alone, three strokes behind leader Scott Scheffler (14 under par, 128 strokes). Two strokes behind Ryan Palmer (USA) and Mackenzie Hughes (Canada, 13 under par, 129 strokes), who tied for second place.
Kim Si-woo, who won the Sony Open in January this year, is challenging for a total of 5 wins on the tour.
Kim Si-woo, who started the game on the 10th hole (par 4), gained momentum by catching a birdie from the first hole. Kim Si-woo, who reduced 2 strokes with 3 birdies and 1 bogey up to the 18th hole, showed more strength in the second half.
After catching consecutive birdies in holes 5 and 6, he added one more birdie in hole 8 (par 4) and climbed to the top 5 until the second day.
Kim Si-woo said, “I feel comfortable because I played a good game for two days,” and “I will be able to play like the last two rounds while managing my mentality in the remaining games.”
Noh Seung-yeol tied for 14th place. ⓒ AFP=News1
He expressed satisfaction with the overall management of the game. Kim Si-woo said, “I missed the green a few times, but I putt well and saved well, so I went over well.” he explained.
Kim Si-woo said, “This course always has a lot of birdies, so even if you are aggressive, you can play while controlling the strength and weakness.”
Except for Kim Si-woo, all Korean players passed the cut and placed in the top ranks.
Ahn Byeong-hun (32, CJ Logistics), Kim Seong-hyun (25, Shinhan Financial Group), Bae Sang-moon (37, Kiwoom Securities), Roh Seung-yeol (32, Sivent), and Kang Seong-hoon (36) recorded 8 under par 134 strokes side by side to rank 14th in a tie. .토스카지노
Roh Seung-yeol, who had risen to first place alone in the first round, lost three strokes that day and was tied for 14th place.
Kim Joo-hyung (21, Nike Golf) recorded 5 under par 66 strokes, reducing 5 strokes, and tied for 48th place with a total of 5 under par 137 strokes.
Following 2021 and 2022, Lee Gyeong-hoon (32, CJ Logistics), who is aiming for a third straight victory in this tournament, passed the cut with a 4 under par 138 strokes and a tie for 65th place.