Kim Joo-hyung, Mentor McIlroy and The Open Prelude Champion Group Match

Kim Joo-hyung hit 3 under par 67 in the 3rd round of the Genesis Scottish Open토토사이트, a tournament co-hosted by the PGA Tour and DP World Tour, held at the Renaissance Golf Course in North Berwick, Scotland on the 15th (local time). Kim Joo-hyung is second with a 12-under average, one stroke behind leader Rory McIlroy. McIlroy also shot 3 under par 67 on the day, totaling 13 under par.

Kim Joo-hyung, who clashed with McIlroy in the third round in the championship group, will play together on the last day.

McIlroy had a good long game, but his putts were bad. Commentator Trevor Immelman said, “If he had putt normally, he could have been five or seven strokes ahead.”

On the other hand, Kim Joo-hyung had a bad tee shot, but overcame the crisis with trouble shots and putts. On this day he didn’t even look at one.

This tournament is a major prelude to the Scottish Links ahead of The Open. Kim Joo-hyung laid the foundation for advancing to the PGA Tour by finishing third at the Genesis Scottish Open last year.

McIlroy is one of Kim Joo-hyung’s mentors. At The CJ Cup last October, Kim Joo-hyung sat in the press conference room and asked McIlroy how to hit long shots and how a young player should live. McIlroy responded by saying that I would buy him a drink when he turned 21 and was able to drink.

After McIlroy won the CJ Cup, Kim Joo-hyung said, “It was great,” and McIlroy replied, “Next is your turn.” At the Masters in April, the two played a practice round with Tiger Woods.

However, in the final round of the Genesis Open, the two players must face each other as competitors. McIlroy said, “There is a tremendous strong wind blowing, but if I hit under par tomorrow, it will be a huge score.”

It is unacceptable that I have never won a championship in Scotland.” Born in June 2002 ,

Kim Joo-hyung turned 21 last month to drink in the U.S. No matter who wins, he can have a beer with his mentor. If Kim Joo-hyung wins, he will record his third PGA Tour

victory. McIlroy is on his 24th win Ahn

Byeong-hun, who hit 9 under par on the first day and finished even par on the second day, cuts one stroke that day to aim for his first PGA Tour win by finishing tied for 5th with a total of 10 under par.Tommy Fleetwood is tied for 3rd with 11 under par.

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