Lee Kyung-hoon cruised for the second day, and today he is a Korean food evangelist… bought a “Bibigo” lunch box to the local media

Lee Kyung-hoon cruised for two consecutive days at The CJ Cup byron Nelson on the PGA Tour. 메이저놀이터

Lee Kyung-hoon shot a 4-under 67 with one eagle, four birdies and two bogeys in the second round of the tournament held at TPC Craig Ranch (par 71) in McKinney, Texas, on the 4th (Korea time). He tied Kim Si-woo and Ahn Byung-hoon with a 9-under-par total of 133.

Lee got off to a shaky start by making consecutive bogeys at Hole 12 (par 4) and Hole 13 (par 4) in the first half, but immediately recovered from his pars by making consecutive birdies at Hole 14 (par 5) and Hole 15 (par 3). He successfully had two on at the last 18 (par 5) of the first half, and birdied the par putt. He gained momentum and garnered birdies at Hole 3 (par 4) and Hole 4 (par 3) in the second half, and then finished all five holes with par.

Lee Kyung-hoon, who won consecutive competitions in 2021 and 2022 under the name of AT&T Byron Nelson, failed to win for the third consecutive time last year as he was blocked by Jason Day of Australia. However, he had many good memories there, and this year, the competition was hosted by a title sponsor. After the second round, Lee personally delivered 100 Korean lunch boxes dubbed “Bibigo” to local reporters. The boxed lunch consisted of LA galbi, dumplings, japchae, and fried rice.

Lee Kyung-hoon said, “It is an honor to have the opportunity to promote Korean food to the media who visited the venue,” adding, “It was a special experience to introduce Korean food prepared by sponsors at a competition that was meaningful to me, and I’m glad that you enjoyed it.”

Lee Kyung-hoon, who returned to the top of the list, said, “It’s good to finish the two days well on a course with a good memory. Since this is a course with a lot of birdies, I want to drive birdies that I couldn’t do the rest of the round.” Regarding the regretful loss of putts in birdie opportunities in the second half, he explained, “I think the putt went well, but the line was ambiguous,” and “It was unfortunate that I didn’t believe it and hit it at the last minute.”

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