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Official World Golf Ranking: 19
Born: Mon,Mar 30,1998 - Cheongju, South Korea
Age: 24y 8m 9d, Nationality: KR
Height: 6' , Weight: 200lbs
Home: Atlanta Ga. & Jeju, South Korea
College: Korea National Sport University
Turned Pro: 2015, Joined PGA Tour: 2019
Notes: Im grew up playing at the CJ Nine Bridges Golf Club, which later became the host of CJ Cup @ Nine Bridges. He turned professional at 17 and played in a couple of Korean events until he qualified to play on the Japan Golf Tour. 2016 Japan Golf Tour Summary: Tournaments Entered - 16; In Money - 8; Top-10 Finishes - 3; Scoring Average - 71.86 (rank T-56th); Money - Yen18,291,100 ($167,156) (rank 59th); Best Finish - T-4th Mynavi ABC Championship. 2017 Japan Golf Tour Summary: ...

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Sungjae Im

Im grew up playing at the CJ Nine Bridges Golf Club, which later became the host of CJ Cup @ Nine Bridges. He turned professional at 17 and played in a couple of Korean events until he qualified to play on the Japan Golf Tour.
2016 Japan Golf Tour Summary: Tournaments Entered - 16; In Money - 8; Top-10 Finishes - 3; Scoring Average - 71.86 (rank T-56th); Money - Yen18,291,100 ($167,156) (rank 59th); Best Finish - T-4th Mynavi ABC Championship.
2017 Japan Golf Tour Summary: Tournaments Entered - 24; In Money - 22; Top-10 Finishes - 9; Scoring Average - 70.35 (rank 5th); Money - Yen62,441,879 ($570,636) (rank 12th); Best Finish - T-2nd Mynavi ABC Championship, 3rd Dunlop Srixon Fukushima Open, T-3rd Myanmar Open. He had six top-five finishes.
At the end of 2017 finished second in the Korn Ferry Tour Qualifying Tournament, two strokes behind medalist Lee McCoy.
2018 Notes: Played in 25 Korn Ferry Tour events, making 20 cuts. In his first start on the Korn Ferry Tour, won the Bahamas Great Exuma Classic by four strokes over Carlos Ortiz. Im became the 16th player in Korn Ferry Tour history to win on his first start. At age 19 years, 9 months, and 17 days, became the second-youngest champion in the tour's history behind Jason Day (19 years, 7 months, and 26 days). The next week continued his good play as he finished second at the Bahamas Great Abaco Classic. In the history of the Korn Ferry Tour, the second-best back-to-back rookie starts, only beaten by Ben Kohles, who won his first two Korn Ferry Tour starts in 2012. Im claimed another runner-up finish at the Knoxville Open, three strokes behind winner Stephan Jaeger, and then again at the Pinnacle Bank Championship, two strokes behind winner David Skinns. At the WinCo Food Portland Open, Im led after 54 holes and held on with a final-round 67 for his second win of the year. Went wire-to-wire as the money-list leader in the Regular Season and became the first player since 1990 to win the Tour's Regular Season's first and last event. His earnings of $534,325 were the second-highest on the Korn Ferry Tour (Michael Sim won $644,142 in 2009), and he earned a PGA Tour card for 2019. Was the Korn Ferry Tour Player of the Year and Rookie of the Year.
2019 Notes: Played in 35 PGA Tour events, making 26 cuts with seven top-10 finishes. Placed 19th in the FedExCup standings. In his first start of the season, finished T-4th at the Safeway Open, one stroke out of the Tway/Moore/Snedeker playoff. Closed with birdies on two of his last three holes in the final round. At the Waste Management Phoenix Open, recorded four rounds in the 60s and finished T-7th. Finished T-3rd at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, three strokes behind winner Francesco Molinari. As one of the top-three finishers inside the top-10 not otherwise eligible for the British Open, Im earned a spot in the field at Royal Portrush. The next week, finished T-4th at the Valspar Championship, two strokes behind winner Paul Casey. Was T-7th at the Corales Puntacana Resort Championship, and shot a final-round 64 to finish 7th at the RBC Candian. He placed T-6th at the Wyndham Championship, and in the FedExCup playoffs, he finished T-38th at the Northern Trust, T-11th at the BMW Championship, and 19th at the Tour Championship. Im was named the Rookie of the Year. Played in the Presidents Cup for the first time and won twice, lost once, and halved a match. Defeated Gary Woodland in his singles match, 4 & 3.
2020 Notes: Played in 26 PGA Tour events, making 21 cuts with seven top-10 finishes. Was 11th in the FedExCup standings. Lost to Sebastian Munoz in a playoff at the Sanderson Farms Championship. He was T-3rd at the Zozo Championship, six strokes behind Tiger Woods. Posted a T-10th at the American Express. Won his first PGA Tour title in his 50th career start, shooting a final-round 66 to win The Honda Classic by a stroke over Mackenzie Hughes. At age 21 years, 337 days, he became the second player aged 21 or younger to win in 2020, joining Joaquin Niemann, who won at The Greenbrier. The next week, he finished 3rd at Arnold Palmer Invitational, shooting 74-73 over the weekend, two behind winner Tyrrell Hatton. In his first event after the break, he finished T-10th at the Charles Schwab Challenge. Was T-9th at the Wyndham Championship. In the FedExCup playoffs, missed the cut at the Northern Trust, finished T-56th at the BMW Championship, and 11th at the Tour Championship.
2021 Notes: Played in 35 PGA Tour events making 29 cuts with five top-ten finishes. Was T-20th in the FedExCup standings. With rounds of 66-70-68-69 finished T-2nd at the Masters, five shots behind winner Dustin Johnson. The runner-up finish by Im is the highest finish by an Asian in Masters's history. Prior to Im's runner-up finish, K.J. Choi held the record for the best finish among Asian golfers at the Masters, finishing third in 2004. Was T-5th at the Sentry Tournament of Champions, four shots back of the Harris English/Joaquin Niemann playoff. In defense of his Honda Classic title finished T-8th. Was T-8th at the Rocket Mortgage Classic, three shots back of the Davis/Merritt/Niemann playoff. Represented South Korea at the Tokyo Olympic Games finishing T-22nd. In the FedExCup playoffs was T-16th at the Northern Trust. At the BMW Championship finished 3rd, four shots back of the Cantlay/DeChambeau playoff. Was T-20th at the Tour Championship. At the end of the year bought a home just outside of Atlanta.
2022 Notes: Shot a final-round 62 to win the Shriners Children's Open by four shots over Matthew Wolff, earning his second PGA Tour title in his 100th career start at the age of 23 years, 6 months, 10 days. Marked the lowest final-round score by a winner on Tour since Brendon Todd at the 2019 Butterfield Bermuda Championship. Shot a final-round 64 the next week at the CJ Cup @ Summit to finish T-9th. Was T-8th at the Sentry Tournament of Champions. Finished T-6th at the Farmers Insurance, two shots back of the List/Zalatoris playoff. He finished T-8th at the Masters, his second top-10 in three starts at the event. Held a one-shot lead after shooting a first-round 67, his second career 18-hole lead/co-lead on Tour, and first since the 2019 Wyndham Championship. Went into the final round T-3rd but shot 75. Was T-10th a the Memorial.

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Career at a Glance: Starts: 156, Cuts Made: 126 (81%), Top Tens: 38 (24%) , Rounds: 545, Scoring Avg: 69.49, Career Earnings: $18,227,713 - Best Finish: 1st (4 times)
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