Kim Young-soo (34, PNS Holdings) jumped to 41st in the third round of the PIF Saudi International (total prize money of 5 million dollars) before the opening of the Asian Tour, saving hopes of entering the top 10.
On the third day of the tournament held at the Royal Greens Golf & Country Club (par 70, 7048 yards) in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia on the 5th (Korean time) 메이저놀이터, Kim Young-soo reduced two strokes to record 3 under par, 207 strokes.
Kim Young-soo, who started in a tie for 49th, tied for 41st with Cameron Tringale (USA) and Graeme McDowell (Northern Ireland), with three birdies and one bogey. With a difference of four strokes from the tie for 10th place, which is recording 7 under par and 203 strokes, you can aim to enter the top 10 according to the final round results.
On the other hand, Park Sang-hyun (40, Dong-A Pharmaceutical), who was tied for 19th the previous day, fell to 45th along with Moon Gyeong-jun (41, NH Nonghyup Bank) and Peter Wuhelin (USA).
Abraham Anser (Mexico) swept 6 birdies that day and recorded 17 under par 193 strokes, keeping the lead for three days in a row.
Meanwhile, in this tournament, players from the LIV golf series failed to pass the cut early.
Last year’s runner-up Bubba Watson (USA) and Open Open champion Cameron Smith (Australia) packed their bags in the last round.