A missed putt from a few feet on the 72nd hole cost KT Kim dearly at last year’s JT Cup. As he waited for the final group behind him to finish, hopes of a playoff were dashed, when Sang Hyun Park incredibly chipped in to take the title.
Kim has been out of sorts for most of the year, but recorded his best result (T-2nd) of 2017 just last week at the Casio World Open.
If Kim was to finish one better than last year, his strong finish to the year would hold him in good stead for 2018. There are five other Koreans in the field – Younghan Song, Seong Jae Im, Hyun Woo Ryu, Sanghee Lee and Junggon Hwang, so there’s a 25% chance of a Korean victory…😉😄
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