The 17th hole ‘Chip-in Birdie’ led to a double electrode… Kim Si-woo, confident of victory, ‘roar’

Hole 17. When the chip shot from 7m outside the green was sucked into the hole, Kim Si-woo (28, CJ Daehan Express) roared, clenching his right fist as if he was sure of victory.

On the 16th (Korean time), Kim Si-woo won the 4th win in his career by performing a band electrode in the 4th round of the US Professional Golf (PGA) Tour Sony Open, which ended at Waiale CC in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA. 온라인카지노

Kim Si-woo, who entered the final round in a tie for 5th place, 3 strokes behind Hayden Berkeley (USA), reduced 3 strokes in the first half only, and then made a 2.7m birdie putt in the 12th hole (par 4) to rise to the sole lead.

When Berkeley succeeded in making a birdie putt of about 4.5m on the 16th hole (par 4) and rose to the sole lead, Kim Si-woo responded with a birdie, a chip on the 17th hole, and became a joint leader. And with a birdie on the last 18th hole, he finished the game first with a one-stroke lead. Siwoo Kim’s victory was confirmed as Berkeley’s birdie putt turned away from the hole.

Kim Si-woo could not hide his excitement while explaining the situation of the birdie, the 17th hole (par 3) chip that became the match. He recalled the moment, saying, “It wasn’t an easy hole, so I thought that if I finished well and then saw the match on the 18th hole, I could win.”

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