Lim Seong-jae, ‘Top 10’ over 35% odds… Fitzpatrick won at the end of extension 

Lim Seong-jae (25) made it to the top 10 for the 5th time of the season at the PGA Tour RBC Heritage (total prize money of 20 million dollars).

On the 17th (Korean time), on the final day of the tournament held at Harbor Town Golf Links (par 71) in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, USA, Lim Seong-jae pulled out 5 birdies and blocked 1 bogey, hitting 4 under par 67. Im Seong-jae, who finished the game with a final total of 13 under par 271 strokes, tied for 7th place with Brian Harman (USA).

It is the fifth time in about a month and the season that Im Seong-jae entered the top 10 on the PGA Tour after a tie for 6th at the Players Championship in March.

Lim Seong-jae, who advanced to the finals with a tie for 34th, raised the ranking to a tie for 16th in the third round, and on the final day, reduced 4 more strokes to raise the rankings. On this day, Im Seong-jae started by dropping a birdie putt of about 11m in the first hole (par 4) and swept 5 birdies in the first half alone, chasing the lead by two strokes, raising expectations for a come-from-behind victory. However, he could not turn the game around as he could not reduce the number of strokes while marching par without a birdie until the 17th hole in the second half. He failed to put his second shot on the green in hole 18 (par 4), and even missed the par putt at a distance of about 1.5m, writing down the only bogey on the day. 카지노사이트

By finishing in a tie for 7th in this tournament, the probability of finishing in the top 25 after passing the cut this season has increased to 70%, and the probability of the top 10 has also reached 35%.

In 15 events this season, he made the cut 14 times and recorded his 10th top 25 and 5th top 10.

Along with passing the career cut, the probability of top 10 also increased. Participated in 139 competitions, passed the cut 113 times with 81.3%, and the probability of top 10 was 29.2% (33 times).

In addition, after a tie for 6th in the Players Championship in March, a tie for 17th in WGC Dell Technology Match Play and a tie for 16th in the Masters, they finished within 25th in all four tournaments up to this tournament.

Lee Kyung-hoon (32) reduced two more strokes on the final day and tied for 41st with a total of 6 under par and 278 strokes.

Meanwhile, Matthew Fitzpatrick (England) won his second PGA Tour victory by defeating Jordan Spieth (USA) at the end of the third round of overtime. Fitzpatrick and Spieth entered the extension by hitting 17 under par 267 side by side, and in the first and second extensions played on the 18th and 17th holes, they could not win. In the 3rd overtime played again on the 18th hole (par 4), Fitzpatrick caught a birdie and defeated Spieth, who stopped at par, and won the championship. It is the second PGA Tour win since last year’s major tournament, the US Open. Fitzpatrick won 3.6 million dollars (about 4.7 billion won) and Spieth took 2.18 million dollars (about 2.85 billion won).

Patrick Cantlay (USA) finished the tournament with a 16 under par 268 strokes for 3rd place, and Zander Chopley (USA) finished the tournament in 4th place (15 under par 269 strokes).

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