Ahn Byung-hoon, 4th place in the 3R of the Wyndham Championship…a three-shot lead

Ahn Byung-hoon took the opportunity to win the PGA Tour for the first time in his life.

Ahn Byung-hoon left a 5-under 65 in the third round of the PGA Tour Wyndham Championship (total prize money of $7.6 million) at Sedgefield Country Club (par 70) in Greensborough, North Carolina, on the morning of the 6th. Ahn Byung-hoon fell from tied for third place to fourth place the previous day with a 15-under 195. However, the difference between the lead and the lead is three strokes, which is still an interval to challenge for the championship.

Ahn Byung-hoon joined the PGA Tour in 2016, but has yet to reach the top. Only the runner-up left three times. Ahn Byung-hoon, however, inflated expectations for the championship as his green play, which had been pointed out as a weakness since last month when he began using a broom putter, improved and his performance rose significantly. Ahn Byung-hoon ranked fourth in the average putt (27.33) and third in the average putt (1.63) when he hit the green after a regular at-.

Ahn Byung-hoon said, “The shot was better than yesterday and there were many opportunities (Buddy), but there were a few (Buddy) putts that I missed than yesterday.” Still, thanks to the putt, I had a good performance of 5 under par today, he said. “Since it’s a course with a lot of birdies, my goal is to make a lot of birdies from the beginning tomorrow as well.” “I think it will be important to make as many birdies as possible tomorrow,” he said. 토토사이트

Lucas Glover and Billy Horschel of the U.S. tied for first place with an interim total of 18-under 192. Glover shot an 8-under 62 in the third round, and Horschel shot a 7-under 63. If Glover, ranked 112th in the FedEx Cup rankings, wins and Horschel, ranked 116th, both will rise to the top 70 and will be able to play in the playoffs.

Russell Henry (USA) chased Glover and Horschel in third place after one stroke, while Korean-American Michael Kim came in sixth with 11-under 199. Im Sung-jae tied for 16th with an 8-under 202. Kim Si-woo tied for 43rd with a 4-under 206.

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