Kim Min-gyu, Korean Tour KB Financial Live Championship 3R leader… 2 win chance
Kim Min-gyu took the lead alone in the 3rd round of the Korea Professional Golf, KPGA Korean Tour KB Financial Live Championship, and took a chance to win 2 times in total.
In the third round of the tournament held at the Black Stone Golf Club in Icheon, Gyeonggi-do, Kim Min-kyu tied 6 birdies and 2 bogeys to hit a 4 under par 68.
Min-gyu Kim, who scored an interim total of 8 under par 208, rose to the sole lead from a tie for 5th the previous day.
Min-kyu Kim, who was selected as the youngest national representative in 2015 and won the European Lower Tour in 2018 when he was 17 years old, won the Kolon Korea Open in June of last year and has one Korean Tour victory.
While trying to participate in the Asian Tour LIV International Series held in Jeju in August of last year when he was running first in Korean Tour prize money, he suffered a car accident the day before the tournament and suffered a gap for a while due to the aftereffects. He finished the season in second place in prize money.
This season, he participated in 4 competitions and tied for 3rd at the Golf Zone Open last month and tied for 7th at the SK Telecom Open last week, making the top 10 twice.
Kim Min-kyu drove a birdie in the first half.
Thanks to consecutive birdies on the 1st and 2nd holes, he jumped into the race for the lead in earnest, and also caught a line birdie on the 5th and 7th holes, widening the gap with the second place and sprinting to the lead alone.
The second half was a little disappointing.
He fell into the penalty area with his tee shot on the par 3 13th hole and committed a bogey, and also lost another stroke on the par 4 17th hole.
Still, Kim Min-gyu made a good promise for the final round by putting a chip shot close to the hole on the 18th hole and rebounding with a birdie.
Shin Sang-hoon cut the most 6 strokes among the players on the day and climbed to 2nd place by 2 strokes alone with 6 under par, and Kim Min-soo, a strong player in screen golf who caused a sensation by being tied for the lead in the 1st and 2nd rounds, lost two strokes and fell to 5 under par, tied for 3rd place. It is.
Bae Yong-joon and Lee Tae-hoon also tied for third place.
Lee Jeong-hwan and Lee Jae-kyung tied for 6th place with a 4-under par, while Jeong Chan-min, who took first place in the grand prize points and prize money,스포츠토토 lost one stroke and finished 11th with a total of 2 under par.
Lee Seung-min, a developmentally disabled golfer who succeeded in passing the second cut of the Korean Tour season, kept his strokes and finished the third round with a tie for 32nd place with a 3-over par.