Kim Joo-hyung, US Open 9th Hole Lowest Hit (-6) Tie Record… 3R total -3 tied for 11th place

Kim Joo-hyung (20) tied the record for the lowest score in먹튀검증 9 holes at the US Open, the 3rd major men’s golf season.

On the 17th (18th Korean time), Kim Joo-hyung hit 6 under par 29 strokes without a bogey in the first 9 holes of the 3rd round held at the Los Angeles Country Club (par 70) in Los Angeles, California, USA.

Kim Joo-hyung got off to a fresh start with a birdie on the first hole. Kim Joo-hyung recorded par only on holes 2, 5, and 7, and caught birdies on all other holes.

As a result, Kim Joo-hyung holds the record for the lowest score in 9 holes of the US Open along with Neil Lancaster (1995 and 1996), Vijay Singh (2003), and Louis Oosthuizen (2015).

Kim Joo-hyung became the third main character in this year’s US Open, where several records were written.

On the first day of the tournament, Rickie Fowler and Zander Shopley (USA) both shot 62 strokes, breaking the previous record of 63 strokes. On the second day, Fowler also hit 130, a tie record for the lowest score in 36 holes.

Meanwhile, Kim Joo-hyung slightly forgot the score in the second half of the 9th hole.

He seemed to continue his upward trend by catching a birdie on the 10th hole, but he could not add any more birdies. He made bogeys on holes 13, 15 and 16 and shot a 4-under-par 66. After the game, Kim Joo-hyung was tied for 11th place with a total of 3 under par in the 3rd round as of 8:50 am on the 18th, Korean time.

Kim Joo-hyung, who was sluggish with a 3-over par on the first day, bounced back with 4 birdies and 2 bogeys on the second day, passed the cut with a tie for 39th place (1 over par), and laid the foundation for entering the top 10 in the 3rd round.

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