Lim Seong-jae and Mitchell tied for second place at the Zurich Classic

Lim Seong-jae (25) and Keith Mitchell (USA) moved up one notch to a tie for second place on the second day of the PGA Tour Zurich Classic (total prize money: $8.6 million), reducing 5 strokes.

Seong-jae Lim teamed up well in the second round of the tournament held at TPC Louisiana (par 72, 7425 yards) in Avondale, Louisiana, USA on the 22nd (Korean time). In a foursome (alternate shot) game in which one ball is played alternately, 7 birdies and 1 double bogey were tied for a 5 under par 67, for a median total of 15 under par 129.

The two players, who jointly scored 10 under par in a four-ball (best-ball) game in which they play with their own balls and write down good scores, started the day with a birdie on the 2nd hole. In the 6th hole, Mitchell’s tee shot fell into the water and recorded a double bogey, but the number of strokes was reduced with a birdie in the following 3 holes. In the second half, after the 12th hole, he added birdies on the 16th and 18th holes and finished the game in a good mood. 토토사이트

Wyndham Clarke and Bo Hosler Joe, who started as the lead, recorded 67 strokes with 5 birdies without a bogey, keeping the lead by one stroke (16 under par, 128 strokes). Joe Redman and Sam Ryder (above USA) combined for 6 under par and climbed 6 steps to tie for 2nd place with Im Seong-jae.

Defending champion Zander Shappili and Patrick Cantlay Joe finished with exquisite chemistry by hitting 9 under par 63, which broke the all-time record for the lowest score in a foursome by two strokes. He climbed 52 steps and tied for 4th place (14 under par) with Nick Hardy and Davis Riley (above USA) Joe.

Kim Si-woo (28) and Kim Joo-hyeong (21) tied for 20th place (11 under par) with Roh Seung-yeol and Michael Kim (USA), who only reduced one stroke by hitting 5 under par 67 strokes. Ahn Byeong-hoon (32) and Kim Seong-hyeon (25) reduced their 5 strokes to finish in a tie for 28th place (10 under par), raising their rankings by 28 places and passing the cut.

Bae Sang-moon (37) and Kang Seong-hoon (36) finished at even par and missed the cut with a tie for 51st (7 under par). The third round of the four-ball tournament will be broadcast through JTBC Golf & Sports.

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