Byung-hoon Ahn jumps to a 2R tie for fourth at the PGA Tour’s Charles Schwab Challenge

Byung-hoon Ahn of South Korea moved into a tie for fourth place after the second round of the Charles Schwab Challenge ($8.7 million purse) on the U.S. Professional Golf (PGA) Tour.

Byung-hoon Ahn carded five birdies and one bogey for a 4-under 66 in the second round of the tournament at Colonial Country Club (par 70, 7,209 yards) in Fort Worth, Texas (USA) on Sunday.

Ahn, who was tied for seventh after a 3-under par first round, moved into a tie for fourth place with a 7-under par 133 total.

He is five shots behind leader Harry Hall (England – 12-under 128).

Ahn, who tied for fourth at the Fortinet Championship last September and tied for sixth at the Valero Texas Open earlier this month, is looking for his third top-10 finish of the 2022-2023 season.

After starting the day with a birdie on No. 1 (par-5), Ahn bogeyed No. 4 (par-3), but birdies on No. 7 (par-4), No. 8 (par-3), No. 12 (par-4) and No. 13 (par-3) followed.

Kim Si-woo, who was tied for seventh with Ahn Byung-hoon in the first round, was unable to make up any ground on the day, trading four birdies for four bogeys and dropping to a tie for 19th at 3-under 137.

Kyung Hoon Lee improved by one stroke on the day, moving from T22 to T19.

Lee Min Woo (AUS), Justin Seo and Michael Kim (USA) made the cut in a tie for 28th (2-under 138).

Players who shot a 1-over-par 141 through the second round also made the cut, with Sungjae Lim missing out with a 2-over-par 142, tied for 73rd with Tony Finau (USA) and Tommy Fleetwood (England).

Kim Sung-hyun also missed the cut, finishing at 7-over-par 147.

After a bogey-free first round and eight birdies, PGA Tour rookie Hall shaved four more strokes off his score in round two to remain atop the leaderboard. 먹튀검증

Harris English (USA) is second (9-under 131) and Emiliano Grillo (Argentina) is third (8-under 132).

Scottie Schaeffler (USA) shaved three strokes off his first and second rounds to finish tied for seventh (6-under par 134).

“Lesson Pro” Michael Block (USA), who made a splash last week in a tie for 15th at the PGA Championship, shot a much better 4-over-par than his 11-over-par score the day before, but finished in last place with a total of 15-over-par 155.