The second round of the PGA Tour WM Phoenix Open was held at TPC Scottsdale (par 71) in Scottsdale, Arizona on the 10th (Korea time).
Many players couldn’t even participate in the match. The first round, which was suspended for more than three hours due to strong rain and wind on the previous day, was postponed until sunset. The following day, the first and second rounds were held one after another for a day, and most of the players couldn’t finish the match.
Kim Sung-hyun was one of them. Kim, who tied for third at four under par the previous day, had to turn around without even starting the second round. He had three bogeys, but regrettably ended his upward trajectory by posting one eagle and five birdies.
Among the players who participated together, Kim Si-woo finished the tournament in the middle.
In the second round, Kim Si-woo tied six birdies and three bogeys to reduce three strokes, while Kim Si-woo, who shot a 6-under 136 overall in the middle, finished the second day of the tournament in a tie for 14th place.
Kim Si-woo, who started at the 10th hole, was on the rise by reducing four shots in nine holes in the first half, but it was regrettable that he made one birdie and two bogeys in the second half.
Nick Taylor of Canada, who recorded a course record tie of 11-under 60 in the first round, cut one shot in the second round and tied for the lead with 12-under 130 in the middle.
World No. 1 Scottie Scheffler of the U.S., who is aiming for his third consecutive victory in the tournament, reduced five shots and moved to a joint fifth place, four shots behind the joint leader, with an 8-under 134 in the middle.