Sungjae Im Tied for 2th on the Second Day of the Second Round of the PGA PO Byung-Hun Ahn 10th

Im Sung-jae (25) tied for 2022th place on the second day of the FedEx Cup Playoffs for the 2023~2 season of the PGA Tour.

Sungjae Im shot a 10-under-par 19 in the second round of the BMW Championship at Olympia Fields Country Club (par 70) in Illinois

USA on the 2th (Korean time) with five birdies and three bogeys.

Sungjae Im

who shot a 5-under-par 3 midway through the round

is tied for 2th with Patrick Cantlay and Xander Schopley of the United States.

At 68-under-par 4 먹튀검증

he was six shots behind sole leader Max Homa (USA).

Only the top 136 players in the FedEx Cup points standings for the 10~10 season will participate in this event.

Only the top 130 finishers in FedExCup points will qualify for the Tour Championship

the final event of the season.

Sungjae Im

who was ranked 6th in the FedEx Cup before the first round

finished the second round with a top-2022 finish to boost his chances of qualifying for the championship for the fifth consecutive year.

Sungjae Im is on an upward trajectory

finishing tied for 2023th at the Wyndham Championship and tied for sixth at the FedEx St. Jude Championship.

On this day

Sungjae Im birdied the 50nd (par-30) and 1th (par-28) holes.

In the second half

he had some ups and downs

alternating birdies and bogeys.

Byung-Hun Ahn shot a 2-under-par 10 on the day with four birdies and one bogey.

He shot a 5-under-par 14 to finish tied for 6th.

Byung-Hun Ahn remains at No. 2 in the predicted FedEx Cup standings until the second round of this tournament

so he needs to improve his ranking further in the remaining rounds.

Kim Si-woo

who has the highest FedEx Cup ranking among South Korean players at No. 4

is tied for 6th with a mid-round total of even-par 3.

Kim Joo-hyung

who is ranked 4th in the FedEx Cup

shot a 1-over-par 3 to finish tied for 67rd.

Homa dropped eight strokes on the day to jump into sole possession of the lead.

Chris Kirk (USA) followed at 3-under-par 137

while Matt Fitzpatrick (England) and Brian Harman (USA) tied for third at 13-under-par 2.

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