A dark cloud was formed in the challenge of American Korean-American John Heo (Korean name: Chan-su Heo) to win the PGA Tour for the first time in 9 years.
John Hur left a 2-over par 72 in the third round of the PGA Tour RSM Classic ($7.2 million total prize money) held at the Seaside Course (par 70) at the Sea Island Resort in Sea Island, Georgia, USA on the morning of the 21st (Korean time). John Hur, who was tied for second place, one shot behind the lead the day before, fell to a tie for eighth by six strokes (10 under par 202).
Taylor Guchi (USA), who cut three strokes, maintained the lead with a 16-under 196. Guchi, who took the lead from the second round, inflated expectations for his first victory in his career. Sheamus Powers (Ireland) and Sebastian Muñoz (Colombia) are tied for second place (13 under par 199), three shots behind, aiming for a comeback victory.
Kang Sung-hoon (34) shot a 6-over-par 76, dropping to a tie for 63rd (1-under-par 211). Kang Sung-hoon wrote a sex tuple bogey that hit 6 more strokes than the stipulated number of strokes on the 16th hole (par 4). I lost the ball twice and received two penalty strokes, and after going back and forth between the wasteland and the rough, I put the ball on the green after eight times and hit 10.
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