Can Park Sang-hyun (40, Dong-A Pharmaceutical) ease the disappointment of finishing runner-up at the DB Non-Life Insurance Promy Open, the opening game of the Korea Professional Golf (KPGA) Korean Tour held two weeks ago? Park Sang-hyun took the joint lead in the second round of the Korea Championship Presented by Genesis (total prize money of 2 million dollars), an event co-sponsored by the Korean Tour and DP World Tour.

On the second 온라인카지노day of the tournament held at Jack Nicklaus Golf Club Korea (par 72, 7470 yards) in Songdo, Incheon on the 28th, Park Sang-hyun tied 4 birdies and a bogey to hit a 3 under par 69. Park Sang-hyun, who recorded an interim total of 8 under par 136, rose from a tie for second place the previous day to the top of the leaderboard. He tied for the lead with Yannick Paul (Germany), who jumped from a tie for 4th the previous day by hitting 4 under par with 5 birdies and 1 bogey.

Park Sang-hyun, who has recorded 11 wins on the Korean Tour and 2 wins on the Japan Professional Golf Tour (JGTO), is aiming for the championship in a year since the DB Insurance Promy Open in April of last year.

Park Sang-hyun, who made 3 birdies only in the first half, including the 4th hole (par 4), 6th hole (par 4), and 7th hole (par 5), repeated par save streaks in the second half and made the only bogey of the day at the 16th hole (par 4). However, he showed off his crisis management skills by catching a birdie in the last 18th hole (par 5).

After the game, Park Sang-hyun said, “I am satisfied with the birdie on the last hole in the 60s for two days in a row.” He added, “There is a forecast for rain tomorrow, but I will focus on maintaining the lead without being greedy.”

Antoine Rosner (France), who was the sole leader in the first round, faltered with a 2-over par and tied for third place with Mike Lorenzo-Vera (France) with an intermediate total of 7 under par and 137 strokes.

Ok Tae-hun (25, Geumgang House), who hit 3-under two days in a row, tied for 5th place with an interim total of 6-under 138, the second best score among Korean players after Park Sang-hyun.

Kim Bio (33, Hoban Construction), Hwang Jung-gon (31, Woori Financial Group), Kang Gyeong-nam (40, Daeseon Casting), Byeon Jin-jae (34, Woosung Construction), Yang Ji-ho (34) tied for 10th with an interim total of 5 under par, 139 strokes. .

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