Im Seong-jae started from a tie for 4th place by 5 strokes and tied 4 birdies and 2 bogeys. He started anxiously with a bogey on hole 5 (par 4), but changed his mood with the ‘stepping bridge birdie’ on holes 7 and 9. In the second half, he made up for the bogey on hole 10 (par 4) with a birdie on hole 11 (par 3) and then added a birdie on hole 14 (par 4). Stroke gain putting, which benefits from long hits and putts of up to 336 yards, stood out at 2.159 strokes.
World No. 16 Max Homa (USA) swept 7 birdies (1 bogey) and completed a come-from-behind victory (13 under par, 275 strokes). After a fierce competition for the lead, the 16th and 18th holes ‘stepping bridge birdies’ put a wedge in the game. It is the 2nd win of the season and the 6th overall in 4 months since winning the Fortinet Championship in the opening game in September last year, and the winning prize is $1.566 million (approximately 1.9 billion won). 메이저놀이터
Keegan Bradley placed second (11 under par, 277 strokes), and Colin Morikawa (above USA) advanced to third place (10 under par, 278 strokes). Sam Ryder (USA), who was the leader the day before, was sluggish with a 3-over par and tied for 4th place. World No. 3 Yon Rahm (Spain), who tried to win 3 times in a row, also forgot 2 strokes and was tied for 7th place (8 under par 280 strokes). Zander Shopley is tied for 13th (4 under par, 284 strokes), and defending champion Luke List (USA) is tied for 25th (1 under par, 287 strokes).
In Korea, rookie Kim Seong-hyun poured out 2 birdies, 4 bogeys and 1 double bogey. It fell from a tie for 8th the previous day to a tie for 20th (2 under par 286 strokes). Sony Open winner Kim Si-woo tied for 25th place, Noh Seung-yeol tied for 44th place (2 over par, 290 strokes), and Ahn Byeong-hun finished the tournament with a tie for 62nd place (6 over par, 294 strokes).