Seongjae Lim and Mitchell Joe, tied for 6th place

Lim Seong-jae, who challenged for the first win of the season paired with Keith Mitchell (USA), failed to win the come-from-behind championship.

Im Seong-jae and Mitchell team held on the 24th (Korean time) at TPC Louisiana (par 72) in Avondale, Louisiana, USA, the US Professional Golf (PGA) Tour ‘Two in One’ team competition Zurich Classic (total prize money 8.6 million dollars, 11.4 billion won) ) On the last day, they combined for an even par 72.

He expected a come-from-behind victory by finishing the third round alone in second place, but recorded a final total of 25 under par 263 and was ranked in sixth place. Nick Hardy-Davis Riley (above USA), who recorded a total of 30 under par, won the championship and won $1,242,700 (1.65 billion won) each.

In the 1st and 3rd rounds, the two players each played with a ball, and the better result was a four-ball method, and in the 2nd and 4th rounds, it was a foursome method in which one ball was alternately hit. Im Seong-jae and Mitchell, who boasted a perfect match until the 3rd round, failed to reduce the number of strokes on the last day and fell behind in the rankings. 메이저놀이터

However, Im Seong-jae received a meaningful report card of entering the top 10 for 2 weeks in a row and his 6th top 10 this season, and Mitchell also recorded his 4th top 10 this season. Kim Si-woo and Kim Joo-hyung reduced 4 strokes to raise the rankings to a tie for 7th at 23 under par, while Ahn Byeong-hoon and Kim Seong-hyun tied for 13th at 20 under par.

Both Hardy and Riley, who had the fewest stroke wins ever, enjoyed the joy of reaping their first PGA Tour debut win. There have been several players who have won their firsts at this event, but Hardy and Riley are the first time that both winners have their firsts. Adam Hadwin-Nick Taylor (above Canada) finished runner-up with a total of 28 under par, two strokes behind the leader, and Wyndham Clarke-Bo Horsler (above USA), who maintained the lead for all three days, only reduced one stroke to a total of 27 under par 3 I finished the contest on top.

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