Anthony Kim shoots another 76 in LIV and is 25 strokes off the lead

March 2, 2024

Anthony Kim shoots another 76 in LIV and is 25 strokes off the lead Clearly, Anthony Kim’s battered first round in LIV Golf Jeddah meant that all the more harsh play to come.

For the second consecutive day, the 38-year-old falling off a 12-year nonappearance from the expert game shot a six-over-standard 76 and sits last among those heading into the last round in Saudi Arabia.

Kim opened his second round on the fifteenth opening at Illustrious Greens Golf and Nation Club and scored five over for his initial four openings, going intruder twofold intruder.

Kim made his intruder at the eighteenth notwithstanding getting an incredible break when is ball skirted across the water on his methodology. He birdied the standard 4 first, yet that would be the main circle on his card. He made his second twofold at the standard 4 third and completed the day with 11 straight standards.

LIV Golf didn’t give statements from Kim after his round. With Matt Wolff having removed as a result of sickness following three openings in the subsequent round, Kim is rearward in 55th spot at 12 more than, nine shots behind the following nearest player, Ian Poulter, and an incredible 25 strokes back of pioneer Joaquin Niemann.

After an intruder free six-under 64, Niemann, a new Experts invitee, drives Charl Schwartzel (66) by two shots. Jason Kokrak is one more stroke back in the wake of shooting 62.