Whereas Viktor Hovland placed on a clinic on the PGA Tour Championship, there have been loads of fireworks on the Korn Ferry Tour Sunday as properly. David Kocher skied up the leaderboard with an unimaginable 12-under 59.
Regardless of his greatest efforts, Kocher completed two strokes behind Chan Kim on the Albertsons Boise Open. Kim’s victory in Idaho marks his second victory in as many weeks.
Kocher, in the meantime, recorded the third 59 on the Korn Ferry Tour this season, an unimaginable feat contemplating a sub-60 spherical is usually considered golf’s ‘good rating.’
His remaining spherical in Idaho acquired off to a blistering begin.
Kocher, who performed collegiately on the College of Maryland, made seven birdies on the entrance 9 to exit with a 7-under 29.
The previous Terrapin then cooled off a bit, making only one birdie over his subsequent 5 holes. However he rapidly discovered his magic once more on the par-4 fifteenth.
Kocher made a birdie there.
On the subsequent gap, the par-5 sixteenth, he stored the pedal to the steel by making an eagle-three.
At that time, Kocher wanted another birdie to succeed in golf’s elusive quantity. On the quick par-3 seventeenth, Kocher discovered the placing floor, however he two-putted for par. That arrange the drama on the 404-yard par-4 18th, as Kocher wanted a birdie to shoot 59.
After discovering the golf green, Kocher caught his second shot to about 12 toes.
He then drained the putt, however it proved to not be sufficient ultimately.
Kim would shoot a powerful 7-under 64 of his personal to race previous Kocher and the remainder of the sector to say one other victory.
Kocher has gained twice on the Korn Ferry Tour himself. In 2020, he gained the El Bosque Mexico Championship; in 2022, he gained the El Bosque Mexico Championship.
Now, Kocher hopes he can preserve that momentum going because the Korn Ferry Tour playoffs proceed in mid-September on the Simmons Financial institution Open in Tennessee.