Coming off a victory at the AT&T Byron Nelson, Kyoung-Hoon Lee, the No. 41 player in the Official World Golf Rankings, is (+16000) to win the 2022 PGA Championship at Southern Hills Country Club. Before he tees off in Tulsa, Oklahoma, let’s break down his recent form to help you make your best bets on Lee in this event.
Recent Tournaments: Kyoung-Hoon Lee
|Date||Tournament||Finish||Score||Strokes Off Leader||Earnings|
|May 12-15||AT&T Byron Nelson||1||64-68-67-63 (-26)||0||$1,638,000|
|May 5- 8||Wells Fargo Championship||25||66-73-70-72 (+1)||9||$69,150|
|April 14-17||RBC Heritage||MC||72-74 (+4)||—||$0|
|April 7-10||Masters Tournament||MC||74-75 (+5)||—||$0|
Recent Form Insights: Kyoung-Hoon Lee
- Lee has won one of the past four events he’s played.
- He has qualified for the weekend in two of his past four appearances.
- Lee has finished within three shots of the leader in one of his past four appearances. In that same span, he finished with a better-than-average score twice.
- He has an average score of -13 across his past four events.
- Over his last 12 rounds, Lee has finished below par five times, while also carding two bogey-free rounds and six rounds with a better-than-average score.
- He has recorded a top-five score in three of his last 12 rounds, while ranking among the top 10 scores of the day four times.
Last 4 Tournaments Breakdown: Kyoung-Hoon Lee
|Tournaments||Within 3 Strokes||Within 5 Strokes||Under AVG|
Last Time Out
- Lee shot above average on the 16 par-3 holes at the AT&T Byron Nelson, averaging 2.94 strokes to finish in the 73rd percentile of the field.
- His 3.78-stroke average on the 40 par-4 holes at the AT&T Byron Nelson placed him strongly, in the 90th percentile of the field.
- On the 16 par-5 holes at the AT&T Byron Nelson, Lee was better than 99% of the competitors (averaging 4.00 strokes per hole).
- Lee carded a birdie or better on two of the 16 par-3 holes at the AT&T Byron Nelson, outperforming the field average of 1.7.
- On the 16 par-3 holes at the AT&T Byron Nelson, Lee recorded one bogey or worse (the field averaged 1.8).
- Lee’s 11 birdies or better on the 40 par-4 holes at the AT&T Byron Nelson were more than the tournament average of 6.6.