Passed the dramatic cut at the Sony Open thanks to a ‘big hole-in-one’

An interesting scene came out in the second round of the US Professional Golf (PGA) Tour Sony Open. Adam Svensson (Canada), who was on the verge of missing the cut, recorded a lucky hole-in-one on the 7th hole in the second half and dramatically succeeded in advancing to the finals.

On the 14th (Korean time), on the 14th (Korean time) at the Waialei Country Club (par 70) in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, Svensson made a hole-in-one that was sucked into the hole after the tee shot bounced off the green once in the 7th hole (par 3, 175 yards) in the second round of the tournament. Recorded. It was a ‘big hole-in-one’ that came out in a situation with a high possibility of missing the cut. Svensson was only even par until this hole, two strokes short of 2 under par, the baseline for passing the cut. The JTBC golf relay team also watched this scene and were surprised, saying that it is a great situation that friends say these days. 토토사이트

When Svensson recorded his hole-in-one, he raised his hands and jumped in his arms with his caddy in delight.

Svensson, who achieved his first RSM Classic Tour victory in November last year, is having the best time of his golf life by recording a hole-in-one at the first full field event of the new year.

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