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20-year-old Tom Kim wins second PGA Tour title
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October 10, 2022
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Tom Kim closed with a 67 on Sunday to reach 24-under, capping a bogey-free week with a win at the Shriner's Children's Open in Las Vegas.

"I felt like the course really suited me well. It came to my eye, and I felt like if I just strategized my way around it here, around the course here, I could have a good week, and that's exactly what I did."

20-year-old Kim is the first player since Tiger Woods in 1996 to have two wins on the PGA Tour before turning 21.

"It's really amazing. A few months ago, I didn't have any status in the U.S., and now being a two-time winner on Tour, having that place with Tiger, it's an unbelievable feeling for me. It's an honor for me, and it's definitely a dream come true."

His first PGA Tour title came at the Wyndham Championship in August and made the FedEx Cup Playoffs but he also won the Singapore International and finished second in the Singapore Open in January on the Asian Tour and was selected for the Presidents Cup last month.

"It's been crazy. It's been really fast. Definitely doesn't feel slow, that's for sure.

"Coming off a win, Playoffs, the Presidents Cup, and a win this week is -- I mean, it's absolutely amazing. I've just got to keep going, and I'm enjoying the ride, so hopefully many more to come."

The South Korean is also the first player since J.T. Poston at the 2019 Wyndham championship to win without making bogey.

Patrick Cantlay, who started the day tied for the lead with Kim, was still tied when he reached the 18th but found a bush in a ravine, had to take a penalty drop and found a pond and closed with a triple bogey for a 69 and a share of second place at 21-under alongside fellow American Matthew NeSmith who shot a bogey-free 66.

"I made bad swing, and it went where it went," said Cantlay. "After it was kind of in the bush there, I figured the only chance I had to stay in the tournament was to try to get it back in the fairway. Obviously I couldn't get it back in the fairway.

"I had a chance coming down the back nine. I hit a lot of good shots, made a lot of good swings, so yeah, like I said, all in all, it was a good week and I played a lot of solid shots this week. Obviously the last hole makes the whole week kind of sour."

American Tom Hoge carded a 64 to finish tied for fourth at 20-under alongside Chile's Mito Pereira (67) and South Korea's S.H. Kim (66).

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T2Patrick Cantlay-2167676069263
T2Matthew NeSmith-2168666366263
T4Tom Hoge-2063726564264
T4Mito Pereira-2067636767264
T4S.H. Kim-2065696466264
7Sungjae Im-1965706367265
T8Jason Day-1866716663266
T8Si Woo Kim-1864686767266
T10Maverick McNealy-1764687164267
T10Adam Hadwin-1767676568267
T12Adam Schenk-1669666766268
T12Andrew Putnam-1668696467268
T12Davis Thompson-1666696667268
T15Harry Hall-1566706964269
T15J.J. Spaun-1566716864269
T15Brian Harman-1570676864269
T15Taylor Montgomery-1570666667269
T15Robby Shelton-1568636870269
T20Hayden Buckley-1468696865270
T20Justin Lower-1470686765270
T20Max Homa-1467676967270
T20Kevin Streelman-1466676968270
T20Christiaan Bezuidenhout-1468676768270
T20Lucas Herbert-1467706568270
T20Aaron Rai-1469686271270
T20J.T. Poston-1467696371270
T28Brendon Todd-1369686965271
T28Patrick Welch (a)-1371676865271
T28Harris English-1369696865271
T28Mark Hubbard-1369667066271
T28Ryan Moore-1368706865271
T28Sam Ryder-1365697067271
T28Patrick Rodgers-1366687067271
T28Matt Wallace-1369686767271
T28Chad Ramey-1367666969271
T37Chesson Hadley-1267706966272
T37Joel Dahmen-1266726866272
T37Dean Burmester-1271656967272
T37Martin Laird-1266696869272
T37K.H. Lee-1272666569272
T37Kevin Yu-1269686669272
T37Cam Davis-1267666871272
T44Byeong Hun An-1169687363273
T44Will Gordon-1165727363273
T44David Lipsky-1169687165273
T44Jim Herman-1169677166273
T44Stewart Cink-1169667167273
T44Spencer Levin-1171656968273
T44Nick Hardy-1167696968273
T44Alex Noren-1168696868273
T44Greyson Sigg-1168696868273
T44Stephan Jaeger-1166726768273
T44Taylor Pendrith-1171676669273
T44Chris Gotterup-1168706570273
T56Doug Ghim-1068687068274
T56Tano Goya-1068677168274
T56Brandon Wu-1072656968274
T56Michael Thompson-1068686870274
T60Austin Smotherman-968697167275
T60Austin Eckroat-971666870275
T60Keith Mitchell-965697071275
T60Ben Griffin-968696771275
T64Ben Martin-870687266276
T64Tyson Alexander-872657366276
T64Philip Knowles-870686771276
T64Aaron Wise-869676773276
T64Beau Hossler-869686475276
T69Harrison Endycott-767716970277
T69Adam Svensson-767706773277
T69Thomas Detry-765736574277
72Tyler Duncan-665717072278
T73Emiliano Grillo-471677369280
T73Andrew Landry-472667171280
T75Matthias Schwab-371677172281
T75Patton Kizzire-367697174281
77Trevor Werbylo-168707075283
CUTJames Hahn-37069--139
CUTPaul Haley II-37168--139
CUTVincent Norrman-36772--139
CUTCarson Young-36970--139
CUTEric Cole-36772--139
CUTKurt Kitayama-37069--139
CUTRussell Knox-36970--139
CUTChris Kirk-36970--139
CUTSeamus Power-36970--139
CUTCallum Tarren-36970--139
CUTMichael Gligic-36772--139
CUTDenny McCarthy-27169--140
CUTGarrick Higgo-27268--140
CUTKramer Hickok-27070--140
CUTErik Barnes-27070--140
CUTJustin Suh-26971--140
CUTBrent Grant-27169--140
CUTLee Hodges-26773--140
CUTAustin Cook-26971--140
CUTRickie Fowler-27070--140
CUTBen Taylor-27367--140
CUTVince Whaley-17071--141
CUTKevin Tway-16972--141
CUTRyan Palmer-16972--141
CUTCarl Yuan-16873--141
CUTJoseph Bramlett-17368--141
CUTCharley HoffmanPar7171--142
CUTNicholas LindheimPar6973--142
CUTCameron ChampPar7072--142
CUTNate LashleyPar7171--142
CUTJason Dufner+17172--143
CUTRobert Streb+17370--143
CUTRichy Werenski+17073--143
CUTNick Taylor+17370--143
CUTDylan Frittelli+17271--143
CUTAugusto Núñez+17172--143
CUTXuewen Luo+17073--143
CUTTaylor Moore+16974--143
CUTDanny Lee+17172--143
CUTTroy Merritt+17469--143
CUTWyndham Clark+16974--143
CUTZecheng Dou+17370--143
CUTZac Blair+27371--144
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CUTMJ Daffue+27371--144
CUTMax McGreevy+37075--145
CUTDavid Lingmerth+37075--145
CUTScott Harrington+37174--145
CUTRyan Armour+37273--145
CUTJimmy Walker+37273--145
CUTRyan Brehm+37570--145
CUTBrandon Matthews+37075--145
CUTScott Piercy+47175--146
CUTJohn Huh+47175--146
CUTHenrik Norlander+47373--146
CUTChez Reavie+47175--146
CUTKevin Roy+57077--147
CUTJesse Mueller+67375--148
CUTRyan Ruffels+67771--148
CUTDerek Deminsky+67375--148
CUTKyle Stanley+77475--149
CUTMichael Kim+77574--149
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CUTQuinn Riley+87674--150
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Shriners Children's Open 2022

Date: October 6th - 9th 2022

Location: TPC Summerlin, Las Vegas, Nevada

Purse: $8,000,000

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