Lee Kyung-hoon – Kim Sung-hyun PO eliminated by one penny

After failing to qualify for the PGA Tour Playoffs (PO), Lee Kyung-hoon and Kim Sung-hyun will look to bounce back in the Fall Series.

After wrapping up the 2022-2023 season at the Tour Championship late last month, the PGA Tour will kick off its Fall Series with the Fortinet Championship at Silverado Resort and Spa (Par 72) in Napa, California, starting on Sept. 15.

From the 2013-2014 season through this one, the PGA Tour has operated on a fall schedule that began in August and ended the following August, before moving to a “shortened year” next year that begins in January. Because of this, this year’s fall series is effectively the last.

The 125 players eligible for the 2024 season will be made up of the top 70 FedExCup finishers from the 2022-2023 season plus the top 55 Fall Series finishers.

As a result, the Fall Series will be a fierce battle for next year’s Tour card.

In addition to Kyung-hoon Lee, who was ranked 77th in the FedExCup standings and missed out on the top-70 POs, Korean players Kim Sung-hyun (83rd), Noh Seung-yeol (158th), Kang Sung-hoon (193rd), and Bae Sang-moon (226th) will need to earn their Tour cards for next year through the Fall Series.

The Fortinet Championship will feature only six of the top 50 players in the 2022-2023 FedExCup season.

Defending champion Max Homa (No. 9) will be joined by Sahith Tigalla (No. 31), Andrew Putnam (No. 35), Eric Cole (No. 43), Brendan Todd (No. 47-USA), and Cam Davies (No. 48-AUS).토토사이트

“We need to perform well in the Fall Series to start next season in a strong position,” said Lee. We’ve prepared as thoroughly as ever, and I’m looking forward to the fall events, including the Fortinet Championship.”

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