SI Woo Kim 13 Video – That is the most elevated score made on a standard 3 since the Tour began keeping that detail.
First of all: it’s not difficult to make fun of Si Woo Kim for making a 13 (!) on the 155-yard standard 3 eleventh opening Sunday at TPC Southwind.
That is a washed tee shot and afterward four additional shots into the water from the drop zone before he, uh, recuperated to track down the rear of the island green. He chipped on and made the 1-footer for a 13. As you can see over, that is the most noteworthy score recorded on a standard 3 on Tour (in a non-major) since 1983 when they began keeping that detail.
We’re not here to ridicule him, however, in light of the fact that the man merits recognition for obviously proceeding to fire at the stick like Roy McAvoy in spite of realizing he was set out toward an enormous score.
Kim wasn’t the solitary player to discover the water on No. 11.
DeChambeau completed the opening with a triple-intruder six. English made five
The 2020-21 Super Season has been one extreme or another for Si Woo Kim, and the devouring has for the most part come in marquee occasions. He snatched his third PGA Tour triumph in January, winning The American Express by one stroke over Patrick Cantlay. He likewise had a couple of T-9s at the Players Championship and the Memorial Tournament, in addition to a T-12 at Augusta National in April.
Outside of those a month, however, Kim’s Official World Golf Ranking page passes on a great deal to be wanted. He’s just missed five cuts in 2021, but on the other hand he’s removed from three competitions. At his greatest occasion of the year, the Olympics, Kim expected to decoration to keep away from required military help in what could be his last extraordinary possibility. He tied for 32nd.