Kim Joo-hyung attracts attention with rolled-up pants “I didn’t bring enough pants”

Kim Joo-hyung (21, Nike Golf) stole the spotlight with a stellar performance on the first day of the PGA Tour Playoffs. He also drew attention for his unique outfit, which involved rolling up his pants, 토토사이트 but he shrugged it off, saying, “I just didn’t want to get my pants dirty.”

Kim shot a 6-under 64 in the first round of the FedEx St. Jude Championship ($20 million purse), the first round of the PGA Tour’s playoffs, at TPC Southwind (par 70) near Memphis, Tennessee, USA, on Monday (Nov. 11). He is tied for second place, one shot behind leader Jordan Spieth (USA – 7-under 63).

It wasn’t just Kim’s performance that made the news, but also his outfit. He wore a pink shirt and white pants, with his pants rolled up to his shins. It’s not often that we see golfers wearing such outfits.

At the PGA Championship in May, he took off his shoes and waded into a creek after his ball got stuck in the mud during play, and later played with his pants rolled up. However, there were no special circumstances during this match.

“I just didn’t want to get my pants dirty,” Kim said when asked about it by the media. “I just didn’t want to get my pants dirty,” he said, explaining that the start of the match was delayed by about three hours due to heavy rain.

“It’s just the way we’ve always done it,” he said. A lot of people are laughing, but I’m just feeling comfortable,” he said, adding, “I didn’t bring a lot of pants, so I’m going to have to wear these for a long time. 스포츠토토 I think I picked the wrong color of pants,” he laughs.

The course conditions were not ideal due to heavy rain, but Kim managed to record seven birdies and one bogey on the day.

“I played really well until the 14th hole, and then I had a little bit of trouble, but overall it was a good, stress-free round,” said Kim. “It wasn’t the best result, but it was a good start.”

“It was a good start, even if it wasn’t the best result,” he said. Kim injured his ankle last month when he slipped in his accommodation during The Open Championship. The injury forced him to withdraw from his title defense at the Wyndham Championship last week.

“It was really hard when I had an MRI and was told I couldn’t play for a while,” said Kim. “It was really painful to watch my first PGA victory in one place on TV,” he said.

“I worked hard on my rehab during my time off, and now that I’m back, I feel like I’ve started a new season. I’m still not in perfect shape, 스포츠토토맨 so I’m going to have to be more careful and monitor my condition for the time being.”

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