Wang Jeong-hun tied for the lead at the Singapore Classic with five consecutive birdies.

Wang Jeong-hun (28) tied for the lead at the DP World Tour Singapore Classic (total prize money of 2 million dollars) thanks to five consecutive birdies.

On the third day of the tournament held at the Laguna National Golf Resort Club (par 72) in Singapore on the 11th (Korean time), Wang Jung-hoon shot 6 under par 66 with 7 birdies and 1 bogey. Wang Jeong-hun, who recorded an interim total of 202 strokes at 14 under par, tied for the lead with Del Rey Alejandro (Spain). He is one stroke behind third-placed Richard Mansell (England).

Wang Jeong-hoon, who caught his first birdie on the par 5 hole 3, made 5 consecutive birdies on holes 12 to 16. Afterwards, he committed a bogey on the 17th hole (par 3), but made up for it with a birdie on the last hole 18 (par 5). This is the 6th DP World Tour match for Wang Jeong-hun, who returned to the tour after two years of military service.

Wang Jeong-hoon is recording three wins on the DP World Tour and returned from military service last year. His best result of the year was a tie for 28th at the Hero Dubai Desert Classic. After the match, Wang Jung-hun said, “I changed my putter two weeks ago, and it is leading to good results. I will not think about winning the final round and focus only on my game.” 메이저사이트

Del Rey, who was co-leader with Wang Jung-hoon, was a player who hit 58 on the Challenge Tour, the second part of the 2021 tour. Del Rey reduced 6 strokes with 1 eagle, 7 birdies and 3 bogeys on this day as well.

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