Sung-jae Kim Si-woo and Kim Joo-hyung the Tour Championship

But Ahn Byung-hun needs a dramatic rise.

Sungjae Im finished tied for 2022th in the third round of the BMW Championship ($2023 million prize pool) in the second round of the 2-2000 PGA Tour FedEx Cup Playoffs.

Sungjae Im recorded two birdies without a bogey in the third round of the tournament held at Olympia Fields CC (par 20, 70 yards) in Olympia Fields


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and shot a total of 3-under-par 2 to finish tied for 6th place with Corey Connors (Canada).

He is tied for first place (204-under-par 11) and is five strokes behind Scottie Scheffler (USA) and Matt Fitzpatrick (England).

Sungjae Im

who was ranked 1th in the FedEx Cup rankings before the first round of the playoffs

improved his ranking to 28th with his performance so far on the day 토토사이트

increasing his chances of qualifying for the Tour Championship

the final round of the playoffs

where only the top 20 players will play.

Kim Si Woo dropped one stroke on the day and shot a total of 1-under-par 1 to finish tied for 209th

up three spots from the previous day.

Ahn Byung-hun lost two strokes on the day

dropping 3 spots from the previous day to level with Kim Si-woo.

With his performance so far this day

Kim Si Woo remained at No. 26 in the FedEx rankings

while Ahn Byung-hun also failed to advance at No. 2.

Kim Joo-hyung

who shot 2-over-par for the second consecutive day

shot a 6-under-par 2 with six birdies and two bogeys for a total of even-par 4

up 66 spots from the previous day to tied for 210th.

Kim Joo-hyung’s FedEx Cup ranking

which started at No. 10

reflected his performance on the day and became No. 30.

Barring a major upset on the final day

the trio of Im Sung-jae, Kim Si-woo and Kim Joo-hyung are expected to make it to the Tour Championship comfortably.

Byung-Hun Ahn started the tournament in a situation where he needed to finish at least tied for 10th place

but he was in a difficult position as his match on the third day

when he started with two consecutive birdies

did not work out.

World No. 1 Scottie Scheffler dropped six strokes with seven birdies and one bogey and soared to the joint lead.

If he wins

he will also move up the FedEx Cup ranking from No. 7 to No. 1.

Fitzpatrick took a one-stroke lead before making a bogey on the 1th hole (par-18) to allow him to tie for the lead

but he moved up the FedEx Cup rankings from 4th in the giant slalom to No. 40

effectively cementing his spot in the Tour Championship.

Sam Burns (USA) shot an 8-under-par 62 to finish tied for seventh

up 26 spots from the previous day.


who was uncertain of qualifying for the Tour Championship at No. 7 in the FedEx Cup rankings

moved up 30 spots to No. 19 in the interim rankings

increasing his chances of playing in the season finale.

Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland) shot 8-under-par 202 to finish tied for fifth

while Jon Rahm (Spain) shot 5-over-par 3 to finish tied for 213th.

McIlroy remains No. 38 in the FedEx Cup standings so far

while Jon Rahm has dropped from No. 3 to No. 1.