Lee Kyung-hoon slipped down the leaderboard on the second day of the PGA Tour’s Worldwide Technology Championship ($8.2 million purse).
Lee carded five birdies, one bogey and a double-bogey for a 2-under 70 in the second round of the tournament at El Cardonal (par-72, 7,452 yards) in Los Cabos, Mexico on Thursday.
With a midday total of 7-under-par 137, Lee is tied for 40th place with Ryan Palmer, Chez Libby (USA) and five others.
He dropped 19 places from a tie for 21st on day one.
Lee started brightly with a birdie on the first (par-5) before a double bogey on the fifth (par-4).
He then traded birdies for bogeys at the 10th (par-4) and 13th (par-4) before dropping a shot at the 14th (par-5) to get to even par.
He then birdied the 15th (par-4) and 17th (par-4) to finish the second round two strokes back.
The two-time PGA Tour winner has four top-10 finishes this season without a win.
His best finish was third at The CJ Cup last October. Last month, he tied for seventh at the Shriners Children’s Open.
Camilo Villagas (COL), who shot an 8-under 64, is alone at 16-under 128.
Matt Kuchar (USA) is two shots back at 14-under-par 130.
Compatriot Justin Seo (USA) is tied for third with Stephan Jaeger (GER) on 13-under-par 131.
Cameron Young (USA – 16th), the highest ranked player in the field, narrowly missed the cut after dropping two strokes to tie for 62nd (5-under 139).
The tournament course was designed by TGR Design, the course design firm of “golf emperor” Tiger Woods (USA). 카지노사이트