LIV golf players are sluggish… World No. 4 Smith also missed the cut

Reporter Ahn Kyung-nam = Representative-level players from LIV Golf who participated in the Asian Professional Golf Tour tournament were eliminated in droves.

Cameron Smith (Australia), ranked 4th in the men’s golf world ranking, shot 1 under par 69 in the 2nd round of the Asian Tour PIF Saudi International held at the Royal Greens Golf & Country Club (par 70) in King Abdullah Economic City, Saudi Arabia on the 4th (Korean time) .

However, he failed to make the cut with a total of 2 over par 142.

Cameron is the winner of the PGA Tour Players Championship and The Open last year.

Among all the players who participated in this tournament, he has the highest world ranking.

However, he was humiliated by missing the cut in the first tournament he participated in this year.

Smith, who left the PGA Tour and moved to Saudi-sponsored LIV Golf, went on the Asian Tour to accumulate world ranking points, but failed to make it to the final round.

It’s not just Smith. Phil Mickelson, Bryson DeChambeau and Bubba Watson (above USA), who are representative of LIV Golf, also missed the cut. 토토사이트

Mickelson only shot a 1-over par of 141, and Watson stayed at a 2-over par of 142. DeChambeau bowed his head with a 7-over-par 147.

In the second round, Abraham Anser (Mexico), who reduced 4 strokes, rose to the sole lead with 11 under par 129 strokes.

Cameron Young (USA) of the PGA Tour took second place, one stroke behind.

Eight Korean players also participated in this event.

Among them, Park Sang-hyun (40), who hit 4 under par 66 that day, tied for 19th place (4 under par 136 strokes) and was ranked highest until the second round.

In addition, Kim Young-soo (34) and Moon Gyeong-jun (41) are tied for 49th (1 under par, 139 strokes), and Lee Tae-hee (39) is tied for 57th (even par, 140 strokes).