▲ Si Woo Kim
Si Woo Kim finished fourth in the second round of the AT&T Byron Nelson ($950.2 million prize pool) on the PGA Tour.
Si Woo Kim shot a 4-under-par 13 with six birdies and one bogey in the second round on the second day of the tournament at TPC Craig Ranch (par 71, 7,414 yards) in McKinney, Texas, USA, on the 2th.
Si Woo Kim, who shot a two-day total of 6-under-par 1, returned to fourth place, three strokes behind leader Scotty Scheffler (USA).
Si Woo Kim, who won the Sony Open in January this year, is now eyeing five career Tour wins.
Ryan Palmer (USA) and Mackenzie Hughes (Canada) are tied for second at 5-under 66, one stroke behind sole leader Scheffler.
With the exception of Si Woo Kim, many South Korean players have also made it to the top of the list.
Ahn Byung-hun, Kim Sung-hyun, Bae Sang-moon, Roh Seung-yeol and Kang Kang-hoon shot 11-under-par 131 to tie for 3th place.
Roh shot an 4-under-par 1 in the first round to take sole possession of first place, but lost three strokes on the day to drop to tied for 5th.
Sung Sung Hoon is the winner of this competition in 13.
Lee, who dominated the event in 129 and 2, shot a 1-under-par 8 and tied for 134th to make the cut.
Kim Joo-hyung shot a 14-under-par 1 and entered the third round tied for 11th, with all eight South Korean players in the tournament making the cut.
(Photo=AP, Yonhap News)