Kim Joo-hyung (20, Nike) failed to place in the ‘top 10’ at the DP World Tour BMW PGA Championship (total prize money of $9 million), falling two strokes short.
Kim Joo-hyung hit even par in the fourth round on the last day of the tournament held at the Wentworth Club (par 72, 7,267 yards) in Surrey, England, on the 17th (local time).카지노
Kim Joo-hyung, who recorded a final total of 10 under par 278 strokes, finished the tournament in tied 18th place along with Matthew Fitzpatrick (Great Britain) and Shane Lowry (Ireland).
This tournament, which is part of the DP World Tour Rolex Series, a European tour, featured many of the world’s top players, including Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland), Jon Lam (Spain), and Viktor Hovland (Norway).
Meanwhile, the winner was Ryan Fox (New Zealand), who hit 5 under par 67 on the last day and recorded a final total of 18 under par 270. Fox, who won the DP World Tour for the fourth time in his career, won the prize money of 1,435,857 euros (about 2.03 billion won).
Ryan Fox won the DP World Tour BMW PGA Championship held at the Wentworth Club in Surrey, England on the 17th (local time). AFP Yonhap News
Tyrrell Hatton and Aaron Rye (both of England) tied for second place, one stroke behind, while Rahm took fourth place (final total of 16 under par, 272 strokes). Hovlan ranked 5th (final total, 15 under par, 273 strokes), and McIlroy tied for 7th place (final total, 13 under par, 275 strokes).
Australian compatriot Lee Min-woo (25) finished the tournament in a tie for 14th place (final total of 11 under par, 277 strokes), reducing 2 strokes on the last day.