Noh Seung-yeol, tied for 60th place in PGA Tour Puerto Rico Open 3R Bae Sang-moon ranked 66th

Noh Seung-yeol’s game in the first round

Noh Seung-yeol and Bae Sang-moon barely made the cut and finished in the top 60 in the third round of the PGA Tour Puerto Rico Open (total prize money of $4 million).

Noh Seung-yeol hit 2 under par 70 with 4 birdies and 2 bogeys in the third round of the tournament held at the Grand Reserve Golf Club (par 72, 7,506 yards) in Puerto Rico on the 10th (Korean time).

Noh Seung-yeol, with a midterm total of 6 under par and 210 strokes, was tied for 60th place.

Noh Seung-yeol, who finished the second round the previous day with a midterm total of 4 under par 140 strokes, but was not confirmed to advance to the third round as some players were unable to finish the second round due to sunset, entered the third round on this day by making the cut as the remaining matches were completed.

After losing his PGA Tour card and participating in the second division Korn Ferry Tour this year, he had a long-awaited opportunity to play in the first division tour tournament and succeeded in passing the cut. Although he reduced the number of strokes that day, his ranking was slightly lowered from the tie for 55th place at the end of the second round.

Bae Sang-moon, who, like Noh Seung-yeol, barely made the cut with 4 under par through the second round, only lost one stroke with two birdies and a bogey, falling to a tie for 66th place (5 under par, 211 strokes).

The leader is Ben Coles (USA), who shot 9 under par in the third round alone and recorded a midterm total of 18 under par, 198 strokes.

Born in 1990, Coles has won four times on the Korn Ferry Tour and is aiming for his first win on the regular tour.

Three players, including Bryce Garnett (USA), tied for 2nd place (16 under par, 200 strokes), 2 strokes behind, and Joe Highsmith (USA), who was the leader in the second round, fell to a tie for 5th place (15 under par, 201 strokes).

Chan Kim (USA) reduced 7 strokes on this day and jumped to tied for 13th place (11 under par, 205 strokes), and Michael Kim (USA) ranked tied for 29th place (9 under par, 207 strokes). 성인웹툰

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