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Kim Min-hwu, 3rd in PGA Tour Mayakova Classic 2R


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Kim Min-fie (26) finished third in the second round of the PGA Tour of the United States, Mayakoba Classic ($ 7.2 million).

Kim Min-hwi scored nine birdies in the second round of the second round of the tournament held at the GC Shrimp (par 71, 6,987 yards) in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico, Under-par 63.

Kim Min-whi, who finished in 11-under-par 131, will take place in third place in the third round of cooperation with Matt Cooker of the United States.

Kim Min-Whi, who showed five birds in only nine holes in the first round, lost a shot at a 12th hole (par 4) shot, but immediately retrieved with 13th hole (pair 5) birdie.

Kim Min-Whi finished the 18th hole (pair 4) with a bird and opened the possibility of following the lead after the third round.

Danny Lee (28) from New Zealand has also been tied for third place with Kim Min-hui (11 under par 131) and last year's winner Patton Kijayar (USA).

Kucer is in the first place with a 14-under-par 128, while Cameron Champ (USA), which is a strong beginner this year, is the second more than the second 12-under-par 130.

The winner of the Sanderson Palms championship last month was a total of 9 in pair of 62, with eight birdies, an eagle and a birdie.

Im Sung-jae (20), who is expected to compete with Champ with a new debut, was cut to 3-under-pair 139.

Lee Kyung-hoon (27) finished 10-under 132 with a total of 10 rounds.

Kang Sung-hoon (31), who finished fourth in the first round in the first round, tied for 34 with a 7 under 135.

Jordan Spice, who is married this month, was unable to move forward to the third round with two of less than 140.

The spirits slipped to 55 in the cooperation at the Schluners Children's Hospital earlier this month and were eliminated in the second 2018-2019 season tournament.

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