Men’s golf ‘reserves’ team gold for first time in 13 years
South Korea has booked its place in the men’s golf team event at the 19th Hangzhou Asian Games.
The Korean team of Lim Sung-jae, Kim Si-woo (CJ), Cho Woo-young and Jang Yubin (Korea Gymnastics) shot a 58-under par 590 in the third round of the tournament at the West Lake International Golf Course (par-72) in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China, on Tuesday and are 14 strokes ahead of second-place Thailand and Hong Kong (both 604), barring any upsets in the final round.
The team event at the Asian Games combines the top three scores of the four players. A gold medal for South Korea in the team event would mark a return to the top of the standings after a 13-year absence following the 2010 Guangzhou Games.먹튀검증
Meanwhile, in the individual competition, Jang Yubin is tied for third place with a three-round total of 20-under par 196, four strokes behind Daichi Ko (Hong Kong – 192) and one behind Hung Jen Yao (Chinese Taipei – 195), leaving the door open for an upset win on the final day.
Behind Zhang Yubin, Lim Sung-jae is tied for fourth at 19-under 197 and Kim Si-woo is eighth at 16-under 200. Cho Woo-young is tied for 12th at 13-under par 203.