Siu Kim Tied for 5th in 2R at PGA Tour’s Memorial Tournament…3 strokes off lead

Siwoo Kim is in the top five on the second day of the U.S. Professional Golf (PGA) Tour’s Memorial Tournament ($20 million purse).

Kim made five birdies and one bogey in the second round of the tournament at Muirfield Village Golf Club (par 72, 7,571 yards) in Dublin, Ohio, USA, on Wednesday.

With a five-under par 139, Kim moved up 12 spots from the previous day and is tied for fifth place with Mark Hubbard (USA). He is three strokes off the lead with compatriot Justin Seo (USA).

It was his third top-five finish of the season and boosted his hopes of his first career victory 스포츠토토.

Kim, who has four career wins on the PGA Tour, has two victories in 20 events this season, including a win at the Sony Open in January and a runner-up finish at the AT&T Byron Nelson last month.

After birdies on the third (par-4) and fifth (par-4) holes of the day, Kim’s tee shot on the sixth (par-4) fell into a bunker on the right side of the fairway, but he hit his second shot onto the green for par.

On the 10th (par-3), his tee shot also went into a bunker, but his chip shot around the green found the hole for birdie.

After back-to-back birdies on the 11th (par-5), Kim made her first bogey of the day on the 14th (par-4) when her 40-centimeter putt sailed wide of the hole. She bounced back with a birdie on the 15th (par-4).

Ahn Byung-hoon is tied for 22nd at 1-under par 143, while Kim Sung-hyun is tied for 53rd at 2-over par 146.

Lim Sung-jae, who finished the first round in a tie for 10th place, had three birdies and seven bogeys on the day to slip to a tie for 53rd place (2-over par 146).

Lee Kyung-hoon (7-over par) and Choi Kyung-joo (12-over par) failed to make the cut at 3-over par.

In a battle of the top five players in the world rankings, No. 4 Patrick Cantlay (USA) is atop the leaderboard in a tie for third (6-under par).

Second-ranked Yon Rahm (Spain) and third-ranked Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland) are tied for seventh at 4-under.

Fifth-ranked Xander Schauffele (USA) is tied for 22nd at 1-under par, while first-ranked Scotty Schaeffler (USA) narrowly missed the cut at 3-over par.

Defending champion Billy Horschel (USA) missed the cut at 12-over par.

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