Park Sang-hyun, a veteran of the Korea Professional Golf KPGA Korean Tour, continued to compete for the lead on the third day at the Korea Championship, co-hosted by the DP World Tour and the Korean Tour, a European tour.
Park Sang-hyun lost 1 stroke with 3 birdies and 4 bogeys while playing 14 holes in the 3rd round of the tournament held at Incheon Jack Nicklaus Golf Club Korea (par 72, 7,470 yards).
Today (29th), the game was suspended for about 2 hours due to fog twice and restarted, and six players postponed the 3rd round to the next day until sunset due to the aftermath of the restart. seated.
Tied for the lead are Scotland’s Robert McIntyre, who finished the second round at 8-under-par, and Spain’s Pablo Larazabal with two holes left.
This year’s Korea Championship is the DP World Tour event held in Korea for the first time in 10 years since the 2013 Valentine’s Championship.
Park Sang-hyun’s personal best was 3rd place at the 2011 Valentine’s Championship held in Korea on the DP World Tour, a European tour. In this tournament, he tied for 2nd in the 1st round and tied for the lead in the 2nd round. I challenge you.
Park Sang-hyun, who has a total of 11 wins on the KPGA Korean Tour, is also aiming to win the Korean Tour for the first time in a year since the DB Insurance Promy Open in April of last year.
Even after the game resumed, while strong winds continued, Park Sang-hyun, who kept his bat by exchanging 2 birdies and 2 bogeys in the first half, made bogeys on holes 11 (par 4) and 13 (par 3) in the second half, but hole 14 (par 4) , rebounded with a birdie, and stopped the game on the 15th hole (par 5) fairway to promise the next day.
Scott Jamieson of Scotland, who finished the second round, tied for 3rd place with a 7-under par 209 strokes with Park Sang-hyun, and 3 others, including Adrian Meronk of Poland, tied for 5th place at 6-under par.크크크벳
Cho Min-kyu, Kang Kyung-nam, and Hwang Jung-gon tied for 8th place at 5 under par, and Bae Sang-moon reduced 2 strokes today to move up to 4-under par and tied for 14th place.
Bio Kim, Park Eun-shin, Ok Tae-hun and Jeon Gar-ram tied for 17th at 3-under par, and Wang Jeong-hoon, who won 3 times on the DP World Tour, finished the third round with a 1-under par for 37th.