Yon Rahm, Mexico Open 3R 10 under par, fierce pursuit of the lead

World No. 1 John Rahm (Spain) showed off his good condition with a 10-under par on the third day of the PGA Tour Mexico Open (total prize money: $7.7 million). 크크크벳

Ram left 10 birdies without a look in the third round of the tournament held at Vidanta Vallarta (par 71, 7,456 yards) in Vallarta, Mexico on the morning of the 30th (Korean time). 10 under par is Vidanta Vallarta’s course record and Ram’s PGA Tour ‘lowest stroke in a round’ tie record. Ram, who scored an interim total of 17 under par 196, moved up the rankings by 10 steps to become tied for second place with Akshay Bhatia (USA).

Rahm, the champion of this event last year, chased the sole leader Tony Finau (USA) by two strokes and took the opportunity to successfully defend his title for the first time in his life. Pinau was the runner-up in last year’s competition.

Seong-Hyun Kim tied 5 birdies and 2 bogeys that day and hit 3 under par 68 strokes. He posted a median total of 7 under par 206, moving up the rankings by 9 places to tie for 23rd. Noh Seung-yeol tied for 46th with a 5-under 208, and Ahn Byeong-hun tied for 66th with a 1-under 212.

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