Kim Joo-hyung (21) aims for a top 10 finish at the BMW PGA Championship (total prize money of $9 million).
Kim Joo-hyung recorded 4 birdies and 1 bogey in the 3rd round of the DP World Tour BMW PGA Championship held at Wentworth Golf Club (par 72) in Surrey, England on the 17th (Korean time), reducing his score by 3 strokes.
Kim Joo-hyung, who recorded a total of 10 under par 206 strokes, was tied for 12th place along with Viktor Hovlan (Norway) and Billy Horschel (USA). He is 6 strokes behind sole leader Ludwig Eiberg (Sweden).토토사이트
Kim Joo-hyung, who started off with a birdie in the 2nd hole (par 3), added a birdie in the 6th hole (par 4). Although he made a bogey in the 7th hole (par 4), he did not waver and added birdies in the 12th hole (par 5) and the 14th hole (par 3) in the second half.
While Kim Joo-hyung is aiming for the top 10 in this tournament, Aberg, who was selected for the Ryder Cup European team, recorded 6 under par 66 strokes with 1 eagle, 5 birdies, and 1 bogey. He maintained sole lead with an interim total of 16 under par and 200 strokes. They are 2 strokes behind the tied 2nd place group.
Aberg, who won the Horizon Irish Open held last week and was selected as a player recommended by the general manager for the Ryder Cup European team, will challenge for the top spot for two weeks in a row.
“Despite a few driver mistakes, I went pretty well today,” said Aberg. “I’m lucky to have played three days of golf well at such an iconic venue. I hope I continue to do well.”
Tommy Fleetwood (England) tied for 2nd place with a total of 14 under par, and Ryan Fox (Australia) tied for 4th place with a total of 13 under par. Jon Rahm (Spain) ranked 7th with 12 under par.
The final round of the BMW PGA Championship will be broadcast live on SPOTV Golf&Health at 8 p.m. on the 17th and can also be viewed on the OTT service SPOTV NOW.