Byung-Hoon An hit 5 under par 68 with 6 birdies and 1 bogey in the 3rd round of The Sentry (total prize money: $20 million)

the opening game of the 2024 PGA Tour season held at the Kapalua Plantation Course (par 73) in Maui, Hawaii, USA on the 7th.

Byeong-Hoon An, who recorded a total of 19 under par and 200 strokes, was tied for third place with Xander Chopley and Jordan Spieth (all of the U.S.). 카지노사이트

He is two strokes behind sole leader Chris Kirk (21 under par, 198 strokes) and one stroke behind second place Akshay Bhatia (20 under par, 199 strokes, above, USA).

An Byeong-hoon, who jumped from tied for 19th place in the first round (5 under par, 68 strokes) to tied for 5th place in the second round (14 under par, 132 strokes)

continued his upward trend that day. In particular, he showed off his long hitting power by ranking first in drive distance (295 yards), and his irons were also sharp, tied for third in green accuracy (88.89%).

Byeong-Hoon An, who got off to a good start with three birdies in holes 2 to 5, traded bogeys and birdies in holes 7 (par 4) and 9 (par 5). Byeong-Hoon An

who dropped a 5.4m birdie putt in the 13th hole (par 4), maintained par and finished the final 18th hole (par 5) with a 2-on, 2-putt birdie.

Byung-Hoon An, who made a brilliant appearance by winning the 2009 US Amateur Golf Championship

made his professional debut in 2011, and won the Shinhan Donghae Open on the Korea Professional Golf Association (KPGA) Tour and the BMW Championship on the European Professional Golf Association (EPGA) Tour in 2015.

However, he participated in 180 PGA Tour events and finished second only four times, and has yet to win the championship.

Lim Seong-jae, who was tied for second place until the previous day, only shot an even par 73 with 6 birdies, 4 bogeys, and 1 double bogey. Seongjae Lim

with a total of 15 under par and 204 strokes, finished the third round in a tie for 17th

down 15 places. Kim Si-woo was tied for 27th place (13 under par, 206 strokes), and Kim Joo-hyung was tied for 47th place (7 under par, 212 strokes).

This competition is a specially designated competition and the prize money for the winner is $3.6 million. 59 players

including 34 tour tournament winners and 24 top 50 players in the FedEx Cup rankings, will compete without missing the cut.

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