Sanghee Lee matched his best result on the Japan Tour, by claiming solo second at the Bridgestone Open. The tournament only managed to complete 36 holes, due to the high winds and heavy rain, as a result of a forecasted typhoon in Japan.
Lee, who has now claimed a runner up spot on the Japan Tour for the fourth consecutive year, will be a little aggrieved by the 50% prize money payout. With six tournaments left to play, he can look towards challenging for his maiden victory on Japanese soil, to add to his two Korean Major titles.
In form Hyun Woo Ryu, who grabbed 6th spot, continues his impressive run of form since winning the Fujisankei Classic. The typhoon is still making it’s way through Japan, but should be gone before the ABC Championship commences.
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