Lim Seong-jae and Mitchell ‘another explosion of chemistry’…Zurich Classic reduced 10 strokes to rank second
Lim Seong-jae and Keith Mitchell (USA) will compete for the championship on the last day of the PGA Tour Zurich Classic (total prize money of 8.6 million dollars), boasting perfect harmony for three days in a row.
Im Seong-jae and Mitchell Joe jointly scored 10 under par 62 in the third round four-ball game on the third day of the tournament held at TPC Louisiana (par 72) in Avondale, Louisiana, USA on the 23rd (Korean time)메이저사이트. Lim Seong-jae and Mitchell, who reduced 10 under par in the four-ball game on the first day and 5 strokes in the foursome game on the second day, hit 25 under par and 191 strokes by the third day to play the final day in second place, one stroke behind the leader Wyndham Clark-Bo Horsler (USA). .
On the final day, the game is played as a foursome match with one ball alternately hit.
This tournament, which is held as a team game of two people, determines the winning team with four-ball in rounds 1 and 3 and foursomes in rounds 2 and 4. The two winning teams will each receive $1,242,700 in prize money and 400 FedEx points.
Im Seong-jae pulled out 7 of the 10 birdies the team recorded.
Im Seong-jae, who made a 5m birdie putt from hole 1 (par 4), succeeded in birdie about 7m in hole 3 (par 3) following hole 2 (par 5), and caught 3 birdies in the first 3 holes. In the same hole, Mitchell left a shorter birdie putt than Seongjae Lim, but Seongjae Lim recorded a birdie first, so Mitchell did not have to try the putt.
Im Seong-jae later led the team’s early rise by catching three consecutive birdies in holes 6 (par 4), 7 (par 4) and 8 (par 3).
In the second half, Mitchell pulled out birdies on holes 11 (par 5), 16 (par 4) and 18 (par 5), and Seongjae Lim added a birdie on hole 13 (par 4).
Kim Si-woo (28) and Kim Joo-hyung (21) teamed up for 8 under par and 64 strokes on the day, and the interim total of 19 under par 197 was tied for 13th place alongside Ahn Byeong-hun (32) and Kim Seong-hyun (25).
Patrick Cantlay-Zander Chopley (above USA), who was trying to win the tournament for the second time in a row, was satisfied with a 6 under par 66 in a four-ball game that required many strokes to be reduced, and was pushed down to tied for 10th place with a median total of 20 under par 196 strokes.