Lim Seong-jae aiming for a come-from-behind championship “Noisy environment, play while enjoying”

Im Seong-jae (25, CJ Logistics), who is aiming for a come-from-behind victory at the WM Phoenix Open (total prize money of 20 million dollars), which has been upgraded to a ‘special tournament’ on the PGA Tour, is in a noisy environment unique to him. emphasized that it should be enjoyed.

Lim Seong-jae added 4 under par in the 3rd round of the tournament held at TPC Scottsdale (par 71, 7261 yards) in Scottsdale, Arizona, USA on the 12th (Korean time), and tied for 6th place with an intermediate total of 9 under par and 204 strokes.

Im Seong-jae said, “I had a good tee shot, but it was regrettable that I missed a lot of the fairway in the early stages.” I looked back.

Lim Seong-jae, who had been tied for 4th place before the postponement in the 2nd round the previous day, slipped to 9th place after making consecutive bogeys in the game that resumed that day. However, in the third round, he recovered and improved his ranking.

He looked back, saying, “Everything went well from the putting yesterday, but the flow was not good in the second round that resumed.”

At the same time, he was satisfied, saying, “The third round that followed was not easy physically, but the finish was good.”

Im Seong-jae is the only Korean player (Kim Joo-hyung, Kim Si-woo, Lee Kyung-hoon) who participated in this tournament to be in the ‘Top 10’. It is 4 strokes away from the sole leader, Scotty Scheffler (USA, 13 under par, 200 strokes), a gap worthy of a come-from-behind victory. 토토사이트

He said, “I’ve been doing well for three days. There was a lot of wind in this competition, but I don’t know what the weather will be like tomorrow, but I want to do it stably as I’ve done so far.”

He added, “It’s difficult to concentrate because there are a lot of spectators and it’s noisy.”

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