Lim Sung-jae, who hit 34 birdies in ‘4R 11 Buddy’, set a new PGA Tour record

Professional golfer Lim Sung-jae set a new tour record with 11 birdies on the last day of the PGA Tour opening. Lim Sung-jae shot a 10-under 63, recording 11 birdies and one bogey in the final round of The Sentry (total prize money of $20 million) at the Kapalua Plantation Course (par 73) in Maui, Hawaii on the 8th (Korea time).

Lim Seong-jae, who recorded 25-under 267 overall, raised his ranking from the previous day’s 17th to the joint fourth and finished the competition. As the leading group’s competition has not ended yet, the ranking is subject to change continuously. Although he has not won the championship, he has set a new PGA Tour record. Having garnered a total of 34 birdies in the fourth round, Lim has become the hero who has set the largest number of birdies in a single PGA Tour tournament (as of 72 holes) since 1983.

After making three consecutive birdies at the first to third holes, he failed to make a par putt at the fourth hole (par 4) and made a bogey, but made two birdies at the 7th and 9th holes (par 3) and 4 under par at the first half alone. 토토사이트 추천

Lim, who made birdie at the 10th (par 4) again, recorded four consecutive birdies from 12th to 15th holes. Although his tee shot at the 14th (par 4) fell into a bunker next to the green, he put his bunker shot to 7.6 feet (about 2.3 meters) next to the hole to make a birdie. Lim then finished the competition by adding one birdie at the 18th (par 5).

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