Lim Seong-jae, tied for 7th, 4 strokes behind the lead… “It fits well for two days in a row”

Lim Seong-jae. yunhap news

Lim Seong-jae (23) maintained the top rank.

On the 6th (Korean time), Seongjae Lim cut two shots in the second round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational for the American Professional Golf (PGA) Tour held at Bayhill C&L (par 72,7454 yards) in Orlando, Florida, US, and tied for 7th in the middle of the 5 under par Recorded.

After a tie for 7th in the 3rd under par in the first round, he maintained the top spot for two days in a row. It was four shots against Corey Connors (Canada), the sole leader of the 9-under-par.

Lim Sung-jae was strong in the Arnold Palmer Invitational. It tied for third place in 2019, and last year finished in third place alone. In his third appearance, the Arnold Palmer Invitational also maintains the top rank and challenges his first championship.

Im Seong-jae hit 1 Eagle, 3 Buddy, 1 Boo, and 1 Double Boo.

Im Seong-jae said, “This course has a long rough, so the accuracy of the tee shot is important, but I think I was able to hit a good score for two days in a row.” said.

Ahn Byung-hoon (30) lost 2 strokes and fell to 21st place in the middle of the 2nd under par. Kang Seong-hoon (34) and Lee Gyeong-hoon (30) were eliminated in the cut with a 5 over par.

With Connors leading the 9-under par alone, Martin Laird (Scotland) took second place at the 8-under par alone, Victor Hoblan (Norway), Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland) and Lanto Griffin (USA) tied for third at the 7-under par.

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