Seongjae Lim, top 5 for the first time in the season, tops $18 million in career prize money

Lim Seong-jae (25), who recorded the first top 5 in the 2022-2023 season of the American Professional Golf (PGA) Tour, succeeded in surpassing $18 million in career prize money.

Im Seong-jae hit a 2 under par 70 in the final 4th round of the PGA Tour Farmers Insurance Open (total prize money: $8.7 million) held at Torrey Pines Golf Club (par 72) in San Diego, California on the 29th (Korean time). Recording a total of 9 under par 279 strokes, he tied for 4th with Sam Ryder and Sahis Sigala (above USA).

The tie for 4th place is the best result Im Seong-jae has achieved in the 7 competitions he has participated in this season. Prior to this event, her best result was 7th in the Shriners Children’s Hospital Open alone. Lim Seong-jae, who married in December last year, did not make it to the top 10 at the Sentry Tournament of Champions, Sony Open, and American Express, which she participated in this year.

But this time it was different. Im Seong-jae, who recorded the first top 5 and the second top 10 of the season, added $366,125, exceeding $1 million in season prize money and $18 million in career prize money. Im Seong-jae’s prize money and career prize money this season are $1,131,101 and $18,078,483, respectively. The FedEx Cup rankings also rose significantly. Im Seong-jae, who was ranked 52nd last week, climbed 20 places to 32nd. 토토사이트

Lim Seong-jae, who started the match in a tie for 4th place, 5 strokes behind the leader, committed the first bogey at the 5th hole. However, Lim Seong-jae was calm. He cut 1 stroke each on the 7th and 9th holes and recorded 1 under par in the first half. Another bogey was recorded on the 10th hole, but Lim Seong-jae caught a birdie right away on the 11th hole. On the 14th hole, he showed his concentration once again. He finished the tournament in a good mood with a birdie putt from a distance of about 7m.

The championship was won by Max Homa (USA). Homa, who scored 6 under par 66 strokes on the final day, beat Keegan Bradley (USA), who was in second place, by two strokes and climbed to the top. He won 6th on the PGA Tour and received $1,566,000 in prize money. It was a birdie on the 16th hole that led Homa to victory. At Torrey Pines Golf Club, where the tournament was held, he made a birdie on the par 3 16th hole, one of the most difficult holes, and put a wedge in the game.

In an interview with the championship, Homa said, “It seems that not giving up until the end led to the victory.” .

Jon Lam (Spain), who could have returned to the top of the men’s golf world rankings if he finished in third place alone, swallowed regret. Ram lost two strokes on the day and had to be satisfied with a tie for 7th place with a total of 8 under par 280 strokes. Kim Seong-hyun (25) tied for 20th with a 2 under par 286 strokes, and Kim Si-woo (28) tied for 25th with a 1 under par 287 strokes. Noh Seung-yeol (32) tied for 44th place with a 2-over par, 290 strokes, and Ahn Byeong-hun (32) finished the tournament with a 6-over par, 294 strokes, tied for 62nd place.

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