Park Sang-hyun leads KPGA Busan Open for second straight day
Gwanrok’s Park Sang-hyun continued to build toward a spectacular finish on the Korean Professional Golf Association (KPGA) Korean Tour.
Park carded five birdies and two bogeys in the second round of the Baeksong Holdings-ASIAADCC Busan Open at Asiad Country Club (Par 71) in Busan on Sunday to drop three strokes.
With a two-day total of 13-under-par 129, Park remained in sole possession of the lead.
Park, who shot a career-low 61 in the first round, said, “I’m just as happy with my score today as I was yesterday. It was very windy in the morning and the pin placement was difficult, but I am happy that I was able to reduce my score,” 카지노사이트 said Park.
Following the Genesis Championship, which concluded on the 15th, Park will be looking to win back-to-back tournaments as well as the Genesis Grand Prize.
Park is currently ranked fourth on the Genesis standings and second on the money list.
Due to the wind, Park’s shot accuracy was down from the previous day, but he made up for it with his skillful recovery shots when he missed the fairway or green.
After a bogey on the 10th hole, Park didn’t falter as he birdied the next hole.
On the final hole, the ninth (par-5), he dropped his second shot into the rough short of the green, but made a birdie putt from four meters after his approach shot to end his second round on a high note.
Genesis Point leader Ham Jung-woo shaved two strokes off his score to move into a tie for second place at 10-under-par 132.
Genesis Points runner-up Lee Jung-hwan is also in a tie for seventh place with a 6-under-par 136, setting up a fightback in the remaining rounds.
Han Seung-soo, who leads the money list, lost two strokes and dropped to tied for 33rd at 1-under 141. 온라인카지노