Kim Bio’s back mind ‘tied for 11th place’… Kanaya ‘winner’

This is Kim Bio’s strength.

Bio Kim shot 4 under par in the final 4th round of the Asian Tour International Series Oman (total prize money of 2 million dollars), which ended at the Almuz Golf Course (par 72, 7438 yards) in Muscat, Oman on the 12th (local time), tied for 11th place (1 under par 287). others) has made a leap forward. Last week, the opening match of the Asian tour, Saudi International, was ‘cut off’ and the sluggishness was washed away. 메이저사이트

Kim Bio started from a tie for 41st place and tied 7 birdies and 3 bogeys. He traded 2 birdies and 2 bogeys in the 10th hole, and could hardly reduce the number of strokes. The bogey on the 17th hole made up for with a birdie on the 18th hole (above par 4) and finished the tournament.

Bio Kim entered the Asian Tour in 2020 through the Qualifying (Q) School, and played his first full season last year. He won the GS Caltex Maekyung Open held in Korea and earned $599,609 (about 760 million won) in prize money, becoming the Asian Tour Rookie of the Year. Kim Bio is the second Korean player to receive the Asian Tour Rookie Award after Park Sang-hyun in 2018.

Kanaya Takumi (Japan) added 1 under par and won by 4 strokes (10 under par 278 strokes). Kanaya turned professional in 2020 and won three career victories on the Japan Professional Golf Tour (JGTO). He is currently ranked 169th in the world. Barry Henson (USA) tied for second place (6 under par, 282 strokes), and LIV Golf members Sergio Garcia (Spain) and Joaquin Niemann (Chile) tied for fifth place (3 under par, 285 strokes).

In Korea, Seo Yo-seop reduced two strokes to raise the ranking to a tie for 17th (1 over par 289 strokes). Bae Sang-moon was sluggish with a 3-over par, slipping from a tie for 21st the previous day to a tie for 36th (4-over par, 292 strokes). Park Sang-Hyun tied for 52nd (6 over par, 294 strokes), Moon Gyeong-Jun 68th (11 over par, 299 strokes), Lee Seung-Taek tied for 73rd (14 over par, 302 strokes), Kim Min-Gyu, 75th (17 over par, 305 strokes), Jang Geun-I 78th (22 over par) 310 strokes).

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