Lee Gyeong-hoon -5, Kim Joo-hyung -4.

The Korean Big Four, who are active on the PGA Tour, all started with under par on the first day of the Wells Fargo Championship, a special event with a total prize money of 20 million dollars.

The player who made the best start was ‘eldest brother’ Lee Gyeong-hoon (32). On the first day of the tournament held at the Quail Hollow Club (par 71) in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA on the 5th (Korean time), Lee Kyung-hoon shot a 5-under-par 66 with 6 birdies and 1 bogey, defeating Zander Shuffley, Taylor Moore and Kevin Strillman. It was tied for second place with (above the United States).

Tommy Fleetwood (England) took one eagle and four birdies without bogey, and took the lead with a 6 under par 65 strokes, one stroke ahead. Fleetwood made an eagle putt at a distance of 2.5m after coming in 2 at hole 7 (par 5), and caught consecutive birdies on holes 17 and 18, leading to the second round with a one-stroke lead.

At the AT&T Byron Nelson, which will be held next week, Lee Gyeong-hoon, who is attempting to win the tournament for the third time in a row, made bogey on the hole two times on the day, but made six birdies on the remaining holes and put his name on the top of the leaderboard. In particular, Lee Kyung-hoon caught three consecutive birdies in holes 5 through 7, and showed off his sharp iron shots by adding birdies in the par-3 holes 13 and 17 in the second half.

Kim Joo-hyung (21) started in a tie for 7th place with a clean play of 4 birdies without a bogey and a 4 under par 67 strokes. Patrick Cantlay (USA), who recruited caddy Joe LaCava, who left Tiger Woods, the “Emperor of Golf,” also joined the tied eighth group by reducing four strokes to one eagle, three birdies, and two bogeys.

Sony Open champion Kim Si-woo (27) scored 3-under-par 68 with 5 birdies and 2 bogeys, and tied for 16th with Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland) and Justin Thomas (USA). Kim Si-woo committed consecutive bogeys in the 1st and 2nd holes, but caught 5 birdies in the remaining holes. McIlroy, who played for the first time after being cut off at the Masters, got off to a good start, cutting 3 strokes with 4 birdies and 1 bogey.ㅋㅋㅋ벳

Lim Seong-jae (25), who started from the 10th hole, tied for 25th with a double bogey on the 18th hole, the last hole of the first half, with a 2 under par 69. Lim Seong-jae missed his second shot in the greenside bunker on the 18th hole, put the ball on the green in the fourth due to a bunker shot mistake, and then holed out with two putts.

Meanwhile, rookie Kim Seong-hyeon (25) started in a tie for 36th with a 1-under par and 70 strokes. However, Ahn Byeong-hun (32) was sluggish with a 2-over-par 73 and was pushed out of the 100th place.

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