Seongjae Lim, tied for 8th place at Memorial Tournament Scheffler wins 5th season

Seongjae Lim’s swing.

Lim Seong-jae made a last-minute spurt in the race for qualification to the 2024 Paris Olympics by finishing in the top 10 in two consecutive tournaments on the PGA Tour.

Seongjae Lim lost one stroke in the final round of the Memorial Tournament (total prize money of $20 million) held at Muirfield Village Golf Club (par 72) in Dublin, Ohio, USA on the 10th (Korean time), but rose from tied 11th the previous day to tied for 8th place. (1 under par, 287 strokes).

Following his tie for 9th place in the Charles Schwab Challenge on the 27th of last month, he has placed in the top ranks for two consecutive competitions.

Lim Seong-jae, ranked 32nd in the world, is the third Korean player to participate in the Paris Olympics, following Kim Joo-hyung (22nd) and An Byeong-hoon (26th).

If Seongjae Lim wants to be one of the two Korean representatives competing at the Paris Olympics, the only remaining opportunity for him is the US Open.

Byeong-Hoon An tied for 22nd place (4 over par, 292 strokes) and Joo-Hyung Kim tied for 43rd place (9 over par, 297 strokes) at the Memorial Tournament.

Scotty Scheffler (USA) recorded a total of 8 under par 280 in the 4th round and won his 5th championship trophy of the season. 스포츠 토토사이트

Scheffler shot a 2-over 74, reducing her score by one stroke, and beat Colin Morikawa (USA), who was chasing her, by one stroke.

This is the win two months after winning the RBC Heritage on April 22nd.

It has been 7 years since Justin Thomas (USA) achieved 5 wins in a season on the PGA Tour in the 2016-2017 season.

Schaeffler, who added $4 million in prize money, increased his season prize money to $24.02 million, already surpassing the record for most money he set last year ($21.01 million).

Scheffler entered the final round with a sole lead of 4 strokes, but was shaken by Morikawa’s persistent pursuit, and made his third bogey of the day at the 17th hole (par 4), losing to Morikawa by 1 stroke.

Scheffler faced a crisis in the 18th hole (par 4) when his second shot crossed the green and his third shot fell short of the hole, but he confirmed the win by putting in a 1.2m par putt.

Adam Hadwin (Canada) ranked 3rd with 4 under par 284 strokes. 성인웹툰

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