There’s no doubt that Ben An will be feeling disappointed after his final round at the PGA Tour Waste Management Phoenix Open. Having spent most of the tournament in prime position to claim his maiden PGA Tour victory, An was unable to keep the momentum going on Sunday afternoon, and slipped to a 6th place finish after a final round 73.
An produced an outstanding display of golf in his opening three rounds and will take many positives from the week, once he has the time to reflect on it.
An has moved back into the world’s top 40 after this week, just one spot behind Jeung-hun Wang, who lies in 39th.
Sung Kang also enjoyed a very encouraging week. A final round 66 shot him up the leaderboard into T-11th. The only other Korean to make the cut, Seung Yul Noh, finished T-57th on -3.
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