Kang finishes T18 at #USOpen

Mon 20 Jun 2016

Kang finishes T18 at #USOpen

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Final Round Report
June 20: Sunghoon Kang of Korea shot a four-over-par 74 in the final round of the U.S. Open on Sunday to finish in a commendable tied 18th place.
The former Asian Tour winner ended his campaign on six-over-par 286 in the year's second Major tournament which was won by Dustin Johnson of the United States.
Sunday's Report
June 19: Korea's Sunghoon Kang battled to an even par 70 in the third round of the U.S. Open on Saturday for tied 12th place, seven shots behind current leader Shane Lowry.
The former Asian Tour winner stands at two-over-par 212 in the year's second Major which was hit by inclement weather on Thursday and resulted in the third round not completing.
Lowry, who played for Team Europe in the EurAsia Cup this year, leads by two shots on five-under for the tournament through 14 holes when play was suspended due to darkness. American Andrew Landry is second while Lee Westwood, Dustin Johnson and Sergio Garcia are a further shot back.
Saturday's Report
June 18: Former Asian Tour winner Sunghoon Kang shot an even par 70 in his first round at the weather-hit U.S. Open on Friday to lie in tied 14th position at Oakmont but it was the early shower for many of the region’s stars.
Kang will play his second round early Saturday and trails clubhouse leader Dustin Johnson by four shots. The American, chasing a first Major title, completed two round in four-under-par 136.
K.T. Kim of Korea was eight over through 16 holes of his second round and poised to miss the halfway cut which is currently projected at +5 while Anirban Lahiri shot rounds of 73 and 78 to lie on 11-over.
Debutants Kiradech Aphibarnrat was +11 through 16 holes of his second round when play was suspended. He shot an opening 78. Compatriot Thitiphun Chuayprakong, playing in his first Major, carded rounds of 73 and 79 on Friday.
Filipino Miguel Tabuena, who earned his first Major appearance by topping one of the sectional qualifying, shot rounds of 74 and 80 while Jeev Milkha Singh of India carded 76 and 79.