Wang Jeong-hoon (28) aims for the top spot at the DP World Tour Singapore Classic (total prize money of 2 million dollars).
In the third round of the DP World Tour Singapore Classic held at the Laguna National Golf Resort Club (par 72) in Singapore on the 11th, Wang Jung-hun recorded 7 birdies and 1 bogey to record 6 under par 66 strokes.
Wang Jung-hoon, who recorded an interim total of 14 under par 136 and 202 strokes, formed a joint lead with Del Rey Alejandro (Spain). Third place Richard Mansell (England) is also one stroke away, so the competition is expected to be fierce.
In the third round, Wang 먹튀검증Jung-hoon, who recorded 85.7% fairway landing rate, 66.7% green accuracy, and 25 putts, showed off a hot birdie parade.
Wang Jung-hoon, who caught his first birdie on the 3rd hole (par 5), where he had birdied throughout the first and second rounds, succeeded in making 5 consecutive birdies on the 12th to 16th holes in the second half. He made a bogey on the 17th hole (par 3), but continued his good mood by adding a birdie on the last hole 18 (par 5).
Wang Jeong-hun has recorded three wins on the DP World Tour. After winning two wins in 2016 and one in 2017, he returned to the tour after about two years of military service last year. He has been playing on the DP World Tour since this year, and his best finish is a tie for 28th at the Hero Dubai Desert Classic, won by Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland).
“I think I did really well today and the last two days. I changed my putter two weeks ago and it worked great. I didn’t even think about the birdie. I hit the pin and it worked. I can’t believe I’m here. Now I’m winning.” I have no idea. I will play my own game tomorrow and I hope it goes well.”
The final round of the Singapore Classic, in which Wang Jeong-hun was aiming for his 4th win on the DP World Tour, was moved forward due to bad weather. It will be broadcast live on SPOTV Golf & Health from 11 am on the 12th, and can also be viewed on OTT service SPOTV NOW.