Rookie Kim Sung-hyun falters in 3rd round of 3M Open drops from 14th to 27th place

Six birdies but five bogeys for 1-under par
Starts 4R in a tie for 27th with J.J. Spooner (USA) and others

U.S. Professional Golf (PGA) Tour rookie Sung Hyun Kim, 25, faded in the third round of the 3M Open ($7.8 million purse).

Kim dropped one stroke in the third round of the tournament at the par-71 TPC Twin Cities in Blaine, Minnesota, U.S., on Tuesday (Sept. 30) to finish at 8-under par 205.

Kim, who began the day in a tie for 14th place, made six birdies on the day, but five bogeys prevented him from further improving his score.

Kim is tied for 27th place with J.J. Spoon (USA).

Kim is looking for his second top-10 finish of the season in his rookie campaign. Kim hasn’t finished in the top 10 since a tie for fourth at the Shriners Children’s Open last October. Having missed the cut in his last three events, it will be interesting to see if he can rebound with a top-10 finish here.

Seung-yeol Noh is tied for 68th at 1-under par.

Lee Hodges (USA) tops the leaderboard after three rounds with a 20-under-par total. Hodges, in his second year on the PGA Tour, 토토사이트 is looking for his first career victory. World No. 19 Tony Finau (USA) is in third place at 14 under.

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