At the PGA Tour Sony Open, Kim Seong-hyun (25) tied for 4th place with the lead on the first day. Korea’s eldest male golfer, ‘Tank’ Kyung-ju Choi (53) showed off his rust-free skills at the tournament, which he won in 2008.
Seong-Hyun Kim recorded 5 under par in the first round of the Sony Open (total prize money: $7.9 million) held at the Waialay Country Club (par 70) in Honolulu, Hawaii on the 13th (Korean time) to the 16th hole.
With two holes left, Seong-Hyun Kim pursued co-leaders Jordan Spieth, Chris Kirk, and Taylor Montgomery, who hit 6 under par, by one stroke.
Kim Seong-hyun played a flawless game that day, catching only 5 birdies without a bogey.
Choi Kyung-ju also recorded a 4 under par 66 to enter the top ranks. Choi Kyung-ju caught 5 birdies that day and committed only 1 bogey. 카지노
Choi Kyung-ju, who won the event in 2008, tied for 11th place and could have hopes of winning.
Kim Si-woo is tied for 22nd with 3 under par, Lee Kyung-hoon is tied for 53rd with 1 under par, Ahn Byeong-hun is tied for 79th with even par, and Lim Seong-jae is tied for 101st with 1 over par.
Kim Joo-hyung, who had been mentioned as a candidate for the championship, finished tied for 115th with a 2-over par amidst difficult putting.