Lim Sungjae ranked 8th in the Hero World Challenge…
Lim Sung-jae (24) tied for eighth place in the competition for world-class players.
Viktor Hovlan (Norway) won his second consecutive “Hero World Challenge” (total prize money of $3.5 million).
Lim Sungjae recorded a 4-under 68 in the final fourth round of the tournament at Albany Golf Club (par 72) in New Providence, Bahamas, on the 5th (Korea Standard Time).
Lim Sung-jae, who shot a total of five-under 283, finished the tournament tied for eighth with Jon Lam (Spain).
On the last day, Lim Sung-jae reduced four strokes to enter the top 10.
Kim Joo-hyung (20) cut three shots in the fourth round and tied for 10th with a 4-under 284.
On the last day, Hoblan cut three shots to win the championship with a total of 16-under 272. After 15 years since Tiger Woods (USA) in 2007, he has been at the top for two consecutive years. He received 1 million dollars (about 1.3 billion won) in prize money.
Scotty Schaeffler of the U.S. came in second with a total of 14-under 274, and Cameron Young of the U.S. came in third with a 12-under 276.
The Hero World Challenge, which boasts a 22-year history, is a competition hosted by the Tiger Woods Foundation, and 20 of the world’s best players will compete.
Woods, meanwhile, missed the tournament due to a plantar fasciitis injury.