Im Seong-jae reduced 3 strokes in the 3rd round of the US Professional Golf PGA Tour Wells Fargo Championship, but the gap with the lead widened further.
On the 7th (Korean time), Lim Seong-jae hit a 3 under par 68 on the third day of the tournament held at the Quail Hallo Club in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA.
Im Seong-jae, who was tied for 4th place by one stroke in the lead, retreated to a tie for 5th place, 6 strokes behind the sole leader, Wyndham Clark.
After Lim Seong-jae finishes this tournament, he will return to Korea and participate in the Korea Professional Golf KPGA Korean Tour Woori Financial Championship, which will be held from the 11th.
He put on a clean game with 4 birdies and 1 bogey, but was outplayed by competing players who took significantly fewer strokes.
Clark shot an 8-under-par 63 to lead with a 16-under 197.
Clark, ranked 80th in the world, has yet to win a PGA Tour title.
“It was very stressful, competing against great players on a difficult course, but I was very patient and focused,” said Clarke.토스카지노
Clark, who caught only 8 birdies, put the ball on the 17th green today, and the other one also tried a birdie putt from the fringe on the 18th hole, so the green hit rate was virtually 100%.
World No. 5 Zander Shopley, who won seven wins on the PGA Tour and won a gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics, shot a 7-under-par 64 to finish second with a 14-under 199.
Adam Scott, who shot 4 under par, and Tyrrell Hatton, who reduced 3 strokes, tied for 3rd place with 11 under par and 202 strokes.
Tommy Fleetwood and Harris English will face the final round with Lim Seong-jae tied for 5th place.
Lee Gyeong-hoon only scored an even par 71 and tied for 20th with 6 under par and 207 strokes, Kim Joo-hyung tied for 27th with 5 under par and 208 strokes, and Kim Si-woo tied for 38th with 3 under par and 210 strokes.