Justin Seo, the third-round leader, finished tied for 10th.

Sungjae Lim failed to finish in the top 10 at the U.S. Professional Golf (PGA) Tour’s JoJo Championship ($8.5 million purse) in Japan.

Lim shaved two strokes off his score in the final four rounds of the tournament at Narashino Country Club (Par 70) in Chiba Prefecture, Japan,

to finish at 4-under par 276 and tied for 12th.

He was in the top 10 after the first day at 3-under, but was unable to cut strokes in the second and third rounds and fell out of contention.

After winning individual silver and team gold medals at the Hangzhou 2022 Asian Games, Lim was on a roll last week, finishing runner-up in a

playoff at the Korean Professional Golf (KPGA) Tour’s Genesis Championship, but just missed out on a top-10 finish.

This tournament concludes the season for Lim.

The tournament was won by Colin Morikawa (USA), who carded seven birdies and no bogeys in the final round for a 14-under-par total of 266.

He was six strokes behind the second-place group of Eric Cole and Bo Hosler (USA – 8-under 272).

Morikawa, who won for the sixth time in his PGA Tour career, earned $1.79 million (approximately $2.4 billion) for his victory.

Morikawa, who has a Japanese father, broke a more than two-year win drought in Japan after the July 2021 Open.

Robbie Shelton (USA) and Ryo Ishikawa (JPN) are tied for fourth (7-under 273), while Australian compatriot Min Woo Lee is tied for sixth (6-

under 274) with Gensei Hirata (JPN).

Third-round leader Justin Seo dropped four strokes on the day and slipped to a tie for 10th (5-under par 275).

Song Young-han is tied for 31st (1-over par 281), Lee Kyung-hoon is tied for 41st (3-over par 283) and Kim Sung-hyun is tied for 51st (5-over par 285). 스포츠토토맨