Korean player John Herr (USA) tied for second in the second day of the RSM Classic (total prize money of $7.2 million), the last PGA Tour event of the year.
In the second round of the competition held at the Sea Island Resort Plantation Course (par 72, 7,60 yards) in Sea Island, Georgia, USA on the 20th (Korean time), John Herr recorded a 5-under 67 with 6 birdies and 1 bogey.
John Hur, who shot a 12-under 130 in the median total, was tied for second place, one shot behind Taylor Guchi (USA), who shot a 13-under 129, increasing his chances of winning the PGA Tour for the first time in nine years.
John Herr, who won his first title at the 2012 Mayakoba Classic, hasn’t done much since then.
His best performance was tied for third in the 2018 Career Builder Challenge.
Unlike John Hur, Kang Seong-hoon (34), who started the game on the Seaside Course (par 70, 7,05 yards) at the Sea Island Resort, hit a 2-under 68 with four birdies and two bogeys, and tied for 15th with a 7-under 135 in the middle. recorded
With only one stroke difference from the tied 10th (8-under) players, it was possible to aim for the top spot in the remaining rounds.
In RSM Classic, rounds 1 and 2 are alternately played on the Seaside Course and Plantation Course at Sea Island Resort, and rounds 3 and 4 are played on the Seaside Course to determine the winner.
Guchi, who succeeded in putting an eagle about 20m on the 7th hole (par 5) of the Seaside Course, took the lead with an eagle, 4 birdies and 1 bogey, reducing 5 strokes to a 13-under par 129 average.
Guchi, who entered the PGA Tour in 2014, has yet to win a championship.
His best performance was tied for third place at the 2019 Farmers Insurance Open.
Sebastian Muñoz (Colombia), who took first place in the first round by hitting 10 under par 60 with 8 birdies and 1 eagle without bogey in the first round without bogey He tied for second with 130 strokes.
Doug Kim (USA), who played on the plantation course, hit a 1-under 71 with one eagle, one birdie, and one double bogey, finishing tied for 39th with a mid-total 5-under 137.
Danny Lee (New Zealand), who finished tied for 83rd with a 3-under-par 69 in the first round, also recorded a 1-over par 72 in the second round on the Seaside Course, and missed the cut with a 2-under-par 141 in the middle.
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