Kyung-hoon Lee

Lee Kyung-hoon and Kim Seong-hyun had a tough time at the PGA Tour Mexico Open (total prize money of $8.1 million).

Kyung-Hoon Lee and Seong-Hyun Kim were eliminated after recording a total score of 1 over par 143 through the second round of the tournament held at the Vidanta Vallarta Course (par 71) in Vallarta, Mexico on the 24th (Korean time).The standard for passing the cut is 2 under par.

Lee Gyeong-hoon and Kim Seong-hyeon aimed for top scores in this tournament where top players did not participate, but they swallowed their disappointment.

Kyung-Hoon Lee missed the cut twice in the four competitions he participated in this year.The last time he entered the top 10 was a tie for 7th place at the Shriners Children’s Open in October last year.

Seong-Hyun Kim has participated in five tournaments this year, and his highest ranking is a tie for 28th at the Phoenix Open.She has not ranked in the top 25 since her surprise runner-up finish at the Fortinet Championship last September.

Because there were no top players, with defending champion Tony Finau (USA, 24th) having the highest world ranking, Lee Kyung-hoon and Kim Seong-hyun were able to compete for the championship this time.

Lee Gyeong-hoon, who hit 5 over par the previous day, recorded 6 birdies and 2 bogeys to reduce his score by 4 strokes, but did not advance to the third round.

Lee Gyeong-hoon, who started the game at the 10th hole, missed the green at the 17th hole (par 3) and hit a 2.4m par putt, and at the 4th hole (par 4), after going through consecutive roughs, he hit his third shot 2.9m next to the hole. I pasted it, but ended up writing down the second example.

Kim Seong-hyun was unable to reduce the number of strokes by trading three birdies and three bogeys.

The drive was shaky, with the tee shot falling into the water at the 8th hole (par 4) and entering the bunker on the right side of the green at the 17th hole (par 3).

A fierce competition took place in the lead.

Matt Wallace (England), Sami Valimaki (Finland), Álvaro Ortiz (Mexico), and Jake Knapp (USA) tied for the lead with 11 under par 131 strokes.

Eric Van Rooyen (South Africa) is in 5th place (10 under par) by one stroke, and Andrew Novak and Mark Hubbard (USA) are tied for 6th place (8 under par).

Rafael Campos (Puerto Rico), tied for 27th at 5 under par, enjoyed his first hole-in-one on the PGA Tour at the 17th hole (par 3) on this day.He reportedly made a hole-in-one during the practice round three days ago. 토토사이트

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