The South Korean is two strokes ahead at the top of the table, consolidated with the ace scored on the third hole.
Kim Si-woo made a hole-in-one that ended up being critical to taking a two-shot lead on the Wyndham Championship, in a third round where the Americans Rob oppenheim and Jim Herman they scored the lowest scores of their careers.
The low score was in order on move-in day at Sedgefield Country Club, where tee times were advanced due to the threat of bad weather.
South Korean Kim posted a 62-stroke card for a total of 192 (-18), backed by an eagle on hole 3, par three, thanks to an ace where his tee shot hit the pin and landed right in the cup. .
Oppenheim reached his two-shot shooting guard status, alongside Doc Redman, by recording a 62-shot card in his lowest score on the PGA Tour. Herman, four shots behind the leader, also improved his personal record with 61 hits from nine birdies.
Meanwhile, the Chilean Joaquín Niemann only had one error after six birdies and, after 65 strokes on Saturday, is 23rd (-9), while the Colombian Sebastián Muñoz dropped to 67th place (-3) after 73 shooting.
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