‘7 birdies through the strong wind’ Lee Kyung-hoon, tied for 18th in Masters 2R

Professional golfer Lee Kyung-hoon tied for 18th at 5 under par in the second round of the Masters Tournament.

In the second round of the 87th Masters Tournament held at Augusta National Golf Club (par 72, 7,545 yards) in Augusta, Georgia, USA on the 8th (Korean time), Lee Kyung-hoon hit 7 birdies despite bad weather with strong winds and scored a 5 under par 67. scored

Lee Kyung-hoon tied for 18th with an interim total of 3 under par and 141 strokes. Only one stroke difference from the players tied for 10th place. Lee Gyeong-hoon, who won two victories in his career on the American Professional Golf (PGA) Tour, brushed off the disappointment of missing the cut by one stroke in his Masters debut match last year. However, as the game was suspended due to bad weather on the day, there were players who could not finish the 2nd round, so Lee Kyung-hoon’s ranking in the 2nd round could change.

On the other hand, Kim Joo-hyung hit an even par 72 and recorded a 2 under par 142, tied for 22nd place. Joo-hyung Kim faced a crisis with a bogey on hole 11 (par 4) and a double bogey on hole 12 (par 3), but he added a birdie on holes 13 and 14 consecutively and a birdie on hole 17 (par 4) and won the round with an even par. Done.

Kim Si-woo made consecutive bogeys on the 17th and 18th holes and tied for 44th place with a 1-over par and 145 strokes. Whether or not the cutoff passes will be decided after all 2 rounds are over. Im Seong-jae, who finished the game up to the 8th hole, maintained his 1-under par score. The middle ranking is a tie for 29th.

If all four of them advance to the third round, it will be the record for the most cuts made by a Korean player in the history of the Masters. Until last year, three Korean players advanced to the third round of the Masters twice: in 2011 (Choi Gyeong-ju, Yang Yong-eun, Kim Gyeong-tae) and in 2020 (Lim Seong-jae, Kang Seong-hun, Kim Si-woo).

While Brooks Koepka (USA) is leading alone with 12 under par and 132 strokes, Jon Rahm (Spain), who was tied for first place until the first round, is recording 9 under par by reducing 2 strokes to the 9th hole. The confrontation between Koepka, a member of LIV Golf sponsored by Saudi Arabian capital, and Ram, a PGA Tour player who is in conflict with the LIV series, is also of great interest. 카지노

‘Golf Emperor’ Tiger Woods (USA) recorded a 2-over par up to the 11th hole in the second round, and is tied for 50th place, passing the cut and hanging on the Maginot line. Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland) was sluggish with a 5-over par of 149 until the second round, and it is certain that he will be eliminated from the cut.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.