Bio Kim maintained his lead in the third round of the Korea Professional Golf (KPGA) Korean Tour LX Championship (total prize money of 600 million won) and came close to his first win of the season.
Bio Kim hit 5 under par 67 with 7 birdies and 2 bogeys in the third round of the tournament held at The Heaven Country Club (par 72, 7,293 yards) in Ansan, Gyeonggi-do on the 2nd.
Bio Kim, who hit a total of 16 under par and 200 strokes in the interim, took the sole lead, two strokes ahead of Jang Yu-bin and Lee Jun-seok (Australia, 14 under par and 202 strokes), who tied for second place.
Kim Bio, who has a total of 8 wins in the Korean Tour, has not been able to add more wins since the SK Telecom Open in June of last year, but he tied for the lead in the first and second rounds of this tournament and took the sole lead in the third round, continuing the possibility of winning for the first time in a year and three months.
Bio Kim, who reduced 3 strokes in the first half, including consecutive birdies in the 2nd and 3rd holes on this day, was unable to reduce the number of strokes by trading a birdie and 2 bogeys until the 16th hole in the second half.
However, in the 17th hole (par 4), he made a birdie thanks to a second shot that was close enough to almost enter the hole, and took the sole lead. In the 18th hole (par 5), the second shot missed wide to the left, but the cart road and With the luck of stopping at the edge of the grass, I lost one more stroke.먹튀검증
Jang Yu-bin, who was tied for the lead until the second round, was pushed back to tied for second place by reducing 3 strokes with 5 birdies and 2 bogeys on this day, but is in a position where she can aim for a comeback win in the final round.
Jang Yu-bin, an amateur player who is scheduled to participate in the Hangzhou Asian Games at the end of this month, won the Gunsan CC Open last week, and this week is attempting to become the first amateur player in Korean Tour history to win two weeks in a row.
Jang Yu-bin was in second place at the Gunsan CC Open, four strokes behind the leader through the third round, but tied the score in the final round and won in overtime.
Lee Jun-seok, who jumped to tied for second place by reducing the daily best by 6 strokes, will challenge for his third Korean Tour win following the 2021 Kolon Korea Open and the Hana Bank Invitational in June last year.
Park Gyeong-nam, Kim Min-su, and Park Seong-jun tied for 4th place (13 under par, 203 strokes), and Ham Hamm, Lee Tae-hee, and Choi Jin-ho tied for 7th place (12 under par, 204 strokes).
Ko Gun-taek, who has two wins this season, was ranked 14th (10 under par, 206 strokes), while Kang Gyeong-nam and Moon Do-yeop were tied for 15th place (9 under par, 207 strokes).
Jae-kyung Lee, who ranked first in Genesis Grand Prize points (3,376 points), and Seung-soo Han (USA), who ranked first in prize money (KRW 644.03 million), finished the third round in a tie for 20th place (7 under par, 209 strokes).