Seong-jae Lim, ‘before returning to Korea after 3 years and 7 months’, 3 under par on the second day… Tied for 8th place

Lim Seong-jae (25‧ CJ Logistics), who returned to Korea after 3 years and 7 months, joined the competition for the lead on the second day while looking for a sense of shot.

In the second round of the Korea Professional Golf (KPGA) Korean Tour Woori Finance Championship (total prize money of 1.5 billion won) held at the Ferrum Club (par 72, 7232 yards) in Yeoju, Gyeonggi Province on the 12th, Lim Seong-jae made 7 birdies, 2 bogeys, and 1 double bogey. tied and hit 3 under par.

Lim Seong-jae, who recorded an interim total of 4 under par and 140 strokes, tied for 8th place with Seo Yo-seop (27, DB Insurance).

Lim Seong-jae, who failed to live up to expectations with a 1-under par the previous day, had a poor start this day as well. Im Seong-jae, who started the game on the 10th hole (par 4), committed a bogey from the beginning. He recorded a birdie on the 12th hole (par 5) and made up for the mistake, but committed a double bogey on the 13th hole (par 4).

Im Seong-jae reduced one stroke in the 14th hole (par 3), but failed to record a birdie in the remaining 4 holes in the first half and greeted the second half with an even par.

In the second half, Lim Seong-jae’s shot became more sophisticated. Im Seong-jae, who changed the atmosphere by recording a birdie on the first hole (par 4), also succeeded in making a birdie on the second hole (par 4).

He faltered with a bogey in hole 3 (par 3), but after catching a birdie in hole 5 (par 5), he recorded consecutive birdies in holes 7 (par 4) and 8 (par 3), finishing the second round with 3 under par.안전놀이터

After the game, Lim Seong-jae said, “I was in better condition than in the first round. It was regrettable that I made a bogey from the start, but I was satisfied with 5 birdies in the second half.”

Im Seong-jae, who won the come-from-behind championship by overturning a 7 stroke car at the ‘Genesis Championship’ in 2019, said, “Rounds 3 and 4 are important. I will play,” he said.

Choi Jin-ho (29‧ Cowell) took the lead. Choi Jin-ho took 5 birdies without a bogey and rose to the top with a 9 under par 135 strokes in the middle.

If Choi Jin-ho maintains first place for the remaining two days, he will achieve 9 victories on the KPGA Korean Tour. Choi Jin-ho, who won his first championship at the Vivaldi Park Open in 2006, steadily built up multipliers and reached the top at the Biz Play Electronic Newspaper Open in September of last year.

Choi Jin-ho said, “I aim to win every competition. In this competition, I am in good condition, so I will try harder to reach the top. I need stable play in the remaining competitions.”

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