Chan Kim, who took 16th in the Puerto Rico Open at Grand Reserve Country Club from March 3- 6 in his last action, enters play in the 2022 PGA Championship at Southern Hills Country Club with +52500 odds. In this article, we’ll break down his recent form to help you make your best bets on Kim before he tees off in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Recent Tournaments: Chan Kim
|Date||Tournament||Finish||Score||Strokes Off Leader||Earnings|
|March 3- 6||Puerto Rico Open||16||70-70-69-69 (-10)||10||$58,275|
|February 3- 6||AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am||MC||70-71-70 (-4)||—||$17,661|
|January 20-23||The American Express||MC||70-71-69 (-6)||—||$0|
|January 13-16||Sony Open in Hawaii||MC||70-69 (-1)||—||$0|
Recent Form Insights: Chan Kim
- Kim has made the weekend and finished in the top 20 on the leaderboard once in his past four events.
- He has made the cut in one of his past four events.
- Kim finished with a better-than-average score in one of his past four tournaments.
- He posted a final score of -10 relative to par in his only made cut in his past four appearances.
- Over his last 12 rounds, Kim has finished below par 11 times, while also recording one bogey-free round and seven rounds with a better-than-average score.
- He has carded a top-10 score once in his last 12 rounds.
Last 4 Tournaments Breakdown: Chan Kim
|Tournaments||Within 3 Strokes||Within 5 Strokes||Under AVG|
Last Time Out
- Kim was in the 10th percentile on par 3s at the Puerto Rico Open, averaging 3.25 strokes on the 16 par-3 holes.
- He shot well to finish in the 78th percentile on par 4s at the Puerto Rico Open, averaging 3.95 strokes on the 40 par-4 holes.
- Kim shot better than 98% of the field at the Puerto Rico Open on par-5 holes, averaging 4.25 strokes per hole, in comparison to the field average of 4.64 strokes.
- Kim carded a birdie or better on one of the 16 par-3 holes at the Puerto Rico Open, underperforming compared to the field average of 1.3.
- On the 16 par-3 holes at the Puerto Rico Open, Kim recorded more bogeys or worse (five) than the field average (2.0).
- Kim’s five birdies or better on par-4 holes at the Puerto Rico Open were more than the tournament average (4.8).