Author: Canada Top Online Casino Joohyung Kim becomes the second-youngest player since World War Two to win on tour, claiming his maiden title. In what can only be called a momentous victory, Kim has become the youngest player since Jordan Spieth to win on the PGA Tour. The Korean golfer was in superior form during the final round of the Wyndham Championship in North Carolina, carding an eagle, eight birdies and a lone bogey to finish on -21 and claim his maiden title, scoring 9 under 61.
Kim’s victory is made all the more impressive by the fact that he was only two years older than Spieth when he won his first PGA Tour event in 2013. When Spieth won his maiden title, he was 19 years and 11 months old; Kim is 21 years and 11 months old. This victory cements Kim’s place as one of the most promising young golfers on the planet, and we can’t wait to see what he does next.
Congratulations on a stunning victory, Joohyung Kim! You have made history.
Kim joins an elite group of golfers who have won on the PGA Tour before their 22nd birthday. He is only the second player since World War Two to achieve this feat, and the first Korean golfer to ever win on the PGA Tour and first born in the 2000s, easing to an impressive five-stroke victory at the Wyndham Championship.
What a way to make history!
Kim’s victory is a sign of good things to come for the young Korean golfer. We can’t wait to see what he does next on the golf course. Starting with a quadruple bogey on opening hole of the tournament, he fell back by two strokes to pull clear of the field and win his five stroke victory.
In addition to Joohyung Kim’s historic win, Sungjae Im also had a great showing at the Wyndham Championship, finishing in second place.
With this victory, Kim becomes the second-youngest player since World War Two to win on the PGA Tour and cements his place as one of the most promising young golfers on the planet.
This victory makes Kim eligible to compete in the FedEx Cup play-offs in the season conclusion.
With putts holed from 20 and 25 feet to ace back-to-back birdies, topped by a stellar eight foot eagle in the par-five fifth, giving him five under after just five holes.
What an amazing end to what has been a stellar season for the young Korean golfer! We can’t wait to see how he fares in the play-offs.
Joohyung Kim’s victory at the Wyndham Championship was nothing short of historic.