On the 14th (Korean time) at TPC Craig Ranch메이저놀이터 (par 71, 7414 yards) in McKinney, Texas, U.S. Professional Golf (PGA) Tour AT&T Byron Nelson (total prize money of $9.5 million) on the third day, Kim Si-woo made 3 birdies without a bogey. With clean play to record a , they tied for 4th place with a gap of 2 strokes with the leading group.
Kim Si-woo made a 2m birdie putt on the par 4, 6th hole and recorded the first birdie in the 3rd round. Kim Si-woo, who added only one birdie in the 9 holes in the first half, tried to reverse the atmosphere in the 14th hole, a short par 4 hole (309 yards) in the second half. He sent his tee shot to the 313-yard fringe around the green and succeeded in reducing the number of strokes by making a birdie putt within 1m of the approach.
In the last 18th hole (par 5, 543 yards), Kim Si-woo succeeded in a birdie putt from a distance of about 2m, finishing the game with a 3 under par 68 strokes and a median total of 14 under par 199 strokes. With this, he tied for fourth place with Vincent Norman of Sweden, Jason Day of Australia and Scotty Scheffler of the United States.
Kim Si-woo had a golden opportunity to collect championship cups after a long time since the Sony Open held in Hawaii in January.
Meanwhile, Austin Eckrott, Ryan Farmer (above) and China’s Dou Zecheng formed a joint lead group with 16 under par 197 strokes, Kang Sung-hoon tied for 8th place with an interim total of 13 under par 200 strokes, and Bae Sang-moon and Ahn Byung-hun side by side with 11 under par 202 strokes. recorded and tied for 15th. Lee Kyung-hoon and Roh Seung-yeol finished the third round with a tie for 58th and a tie for 63rd, respectively.
AT&T Byron Nelson Round 3 will be replayed from noon on JTBC Golf & Sports and from 3pm on JTBC Golf. The final round of the tournament, in which Kim Si-woo and Kang Seong-hoon aim to win at the top, will be broadcast live on JTBC Golf & Sports from 2 am on the 15th.