There weren’t too many positives for the Korean players to take from this week’s WGC Championship in Mexico, apart from Ben An’s opening few rounds.
His T-48th was the best Korean result and apart from his final round 76, it was a pretty solid week for An.
Jeung-hun Wang finished a lowly 71st, but it will certainly be a good learning curve for the 21 year old, who is already a winner on the European Tour in 2017.
The extremely disappointing start to 2017 continues for Siwoo Kim. He has been out of sorts so far this year and desperately needs a good week to gain some much needed confidence. He will be back to his best soon.
For KT Kim, it seems more and more evident that his flawless golf in Japan and other parts of Asia is becoming more and more difficult to transfer stateside. The Japan Tour will start up again next month, and Kim will be back in the winners circle there soon enough again.
An and Siwoo Kim will have an instant opportunity to rectify the disappointing week in Mexico at the Valspar Championship. They will be joined by KJ Choi, Whee Kim, Sung Kang and in form Seung Yul Noh.
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