Kim Si-woo took the opportunity to win the second championship of the US Professional Golf PGA Tour season.
Siwoo Kim shot a 3 under par 68 in the 3rd round of AT&T Byron Nelson of the PGA Tour held at TPC Craig Ranch (par 71) in McKinney, Texas, USA.
Kim Si-woo, with an interim total of 14 under par and 199 strokes, climbed into a tie for 4th place, two strokes behind the three joint leaders토토사이트, and challenges to win the come-from-behind victory in the final round.
Since Si-Woo Kim reached the top of his career with 4 wins at the Sony Open in January, he has been struggling with no top 10 prizes other than a tie for 7th at the Zurich Classic, a two-man team match.
However, he booked his best performance since winning the Sony Open with a stable performance in this tournament, recording 60 at-bats for three consecutive days.
Kim Si-woo missed the green 6 times in the 3rd round, but recorded 3 birdies without bogey with a short game that all succeeded in par saves.
Kang Seong-hoon hit a 5-under-par 66 to rise to a tie for 8th place with an interim total of 13-under par.
Lee Kyung-hoon, who won the tournament in 2021 and last year, tied for 58th at 7 under par, making it difficult to win the tournament three times in a row.
Austin Ekrott (USA), Ryan Farmer (USA), and Dou Zecheng (China) tied for the lead with 16 under par 197 strokes.