Kim Joo-hyung, a 21-year-old rookie on the U.S. Men’s Professional Golf (PGA) Tour, finished runner-up in the final major of the season, The Open Championship. He was the highest finisher for a Korean golfer in the tournament despite an ankle injury. Kim Joo-hyung pumped his fist in the air after his first eagle of the tournament on the 5th hole. Kim went bogey-free from there and finished with a 카지노사이트 final score of 7-under par 277, tied for second place. It was the first time a South Korean player had ever finished runner-up at The Open, with the previous best finish being a tie for eighth by Kyung Joo Choi in 2007. He is only the third South Korean to finish runner-up or better in all four majors, joining Lim Sung-jae. Kim’s runner-up finish was made all the more remarkable by his injury battle.