‘Masters Rookie’ Kim Joo-hyung, who went back and forth between heaven and hell at Amencos “I will rebound through practice”

Did the prayer work?

‘Baby Tiger’ Kim Joo-hyung (20, Nike) almost fell into a ‘mental breakdown’ at the so-called ‘Amen Course’, but managed to rebound and raise the possibility of entering the top 10. It is a performance worthy of praise just to be listed in the top 10 in the first ‘great battle’ he experienced.

Kim Joo-hyung kept his bat with 4 birdies, 2 bogeys and 1 double bogey in the 87th Masters Tournament 2nd round held at Augusta National Golf Club (par 72) in Georgia, USA on the 8th (Korean time). Nearly 40 players could not complete the round due to strong winds, heavy rain, and lightning, but Kim Joo-hyung finished the second round with an under par record of only 37 players. The median total of 2 under par 142 strokes is tied for 22nd place, only two strokes behind the top 10. If you exert a little more strength in the remaining rounds 3 and 4, you can achieve the feat of entering the top 10 in your first Masters appearance.

He cried and laughed at the notorious ‘Amen Course’ so much that even golf masters say that he must overcome while praying. Kim Joo-hyung, who finished the first half with an even par, made a bogey on the 11th hole (par 4), his first Amen course, and made a mistake by dropping his tee shot into the water on the 12th hole (par 3). He lost two more strokes on this hole and was in danger of collapsing because he had forgotten all the strokes he had made in the first round. However, after bouncing back by catching a birdie on the 13th hole (par 5), the last hole of the Amen Course, he also reduced one stroke to go down to under par on the 14th hole. Kim Joo-hyung, who gained momentum, caught a birdie on the 17th hole (par 4) and recovered all the strokes he lost that day.

He met the local reporters and said, “I felt good, but the game didn’t go well.” “I passed the cutoff, but I didn’t play for that. The goal is to get good grades,” he said, revealing his will to rise in the rankings. He emphasized, “If you overcome this situation well, the game will work out better, so I will prepare for the weekend round through practice.” 토토사이트

The leader is ‘Major Hunter’ Brooks Koepka (USA). He is roaring with 132 strokes at 12 under par, the only double-digit under par among 88 players in the field. Kim Joo-hyung is 10 strokes behind Koepka, making it virtually impossible to break the record of the youngest player ever to win Tiger Woods. Even so, there is a possibility that this year’s experience will serve as a priming water to grow into a ‘golf master’ as the American Professional Golf (PGA) Tour’Saetbyeol’ is greatly interested in the local area.

In order to expand the base of Korean men’s golf, which is thirsty for stars, Kim Joo-hyung should aim for a top 10 or higher in the Masters.

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