Song Young-han (32) took the lead by two strokes on the second day of the Japan Men’s Professional Golf (JGTO) Tour Panasonic Open Golf Championship (total prize money of 100 million yen).
Song Young-han, who won his second career victory in the JGTO Tour about a month ago, started with a joint lead in the second round of the tournament held at Onotoyo Golf Course (par 72, 7,113 yards) in Hyogo Prefecture, Japan on the 22nd, and finished with an eagle, five birdies, and a double bogey for 5. I shot an under par 67. With this, he recorded an intermediate total of 14 under par, 130 strokes.
Song Young-han, who captured an eagle by making a long uphill putt from 18 meters from the third distance on the green of the par-5 second hole (582 yards), made a birdie on the second par-5 fifth hole. In the second half, he made birdies in three consecutive holes starting from the 10th hole and ran away with one more stroke on the 15th hole. He was disappointed that he lost 2 strokes at once in the par 3 17th hole (146 yards).
Song Young-han, who finished the match, said, “Yesterday I did well by hitting 63, but now I am not obsessed with the score,” and added, “Right now, my goal is to hit 20 under par.” “There were a lot of birdie opportunities. “The putt was especially good, and it was especially thrilling to secure par even on the 16th hole, which went past the green,” he explained.토토사이트
won his first victory on the Japanese Tour at the Singapore Open, a tournament co-hosted by the Asian Tour and JGTO in 2016, and then won his second win at Sansan KBC Augusta on the Japanese mainland in seven years. She also finished in second place at last week’s ANA Open, and is currently ranked sixth in the money rankings.
Ren Yonezawa tied for second place (12 under par) with Ryutaro Nagano, who hit 6 under par 66 strokes, reducing 3 strokes, and Taiga Nagano (Japan), who hit 5 under par. Taihei Sato rose to 5th place (11 under par) by hitting a daily best of 7 under par 65 strokes.
Korean-American Todd Baek, who reduced his score by 2 strokes, was tied for 6th place (9 under par) with Tomoharu Otsuki and Mikiya Akutsu. Keita Nakajima, the leader in prize money, finished tied for 35th place (4 under par), reducing 3 strokes.
Lee Sang-hee was tied for 58th place (2 under par) with Yang Ji-ho, who lost 3 strokes and lost 2 strokes, and Ryu Hyun-woo, who hit 4 under par.