Kang Seong-hoon ‘joint 28th place jump’… Rose ‘2 stroke lead’

This is Kang Seong-hun (pictured)’s backbone.

On the 5th (local time), Kang Seong-hoon scored 4 under par in the final 4th round of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am (total prize money of 9 million dollars) held at Pebble Beach Golf Links (par 72, 6972 yards) in California, USA. He jumped to 28th place (7 under par 280 strokes). Only 20 out of 75 players who advanced to the finals finished the round as the tournament schedule was twisted due to bad weather the previous day and the sunset.

Kang Seong-hoon tied 7 birdies and 3 bogeys. He caught his breath for a while by bogeying the 17th hole (par 3) after the ‘stepping bridge birdies’ on holes 11 and 13 and consecutive birdies on holes 15 and 16. In the second half, he forgot the birdie on hole 2 (par 5) by bogeying hole 3 (par 4), but he showed his potential with consecutive birdies on holes 5 and 6. However, it was regrettable that he committed a bogey in hole 8 (par 4). It was powered by a 72.22% green hit rate and 1.538 putts per hole. 메이저놀이터

Kang Seong-hun is a player who debuted on the PGA Tour in 2011 and won one win at AT&T Byron Nelson in May 2019. In particular, in this competition, he drew attention by writing 60 strokes, a course record in 2016. This season, he went through the humiliation of being ‘cut off’ in all four competitions, but on this day, he was ranked in the middle for the first time.

Justin Rose (England) hit 3 under par in 9 holes to lead by 2 strokes (15 under par). Three players, including Peter Malnaughty (USA), tied for second place (13 under par). Viktor Hoblan (Norway) tied for 13th (9 under par), Seong-Hyun Kim tied for 33rd (6 under par), Byeong-Hun Ahn tied for 40th (5 under par), defending champion Tom Hogi tied for 55th (2 under par), Jordan Spieth (above USA) and Noh Seung-yeol were tied for 67th (1 over par).

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