Sung Kang’s Highlights | Round 4 | AT&T Byron Nelson 2019

In the final round of the 2019 AT&T Byron Nelson, Sung Kang rested up before the round and finished with a two-shot lead to win his first PGA TOUR event.

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The AT&T Byron Nelson is contested at Trinity Forest Golf Club in Dallas, Texas. Defending champion Aaron Wise returns alongside Jordan Spieth, Ryan Palmer and former Dallas Cowboys quarterback, Tony Romo, who will compete on a sponsor’s exemption. In 2018, Wise shattered the tournament’s record at 23-under, shooting a 6-under 65 to beat Marc Leishman by three strokes as both became the first to finish at 20-under or better at the event.

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25 Comments

  1. Absolute congrats to Kang. Amazing job this week. However, with his swing, does anything think he has the chance to be as consistent as Moe Norman was on the Canadian Tour? I dont…

  2. His rythm makes me think about Matsuyama's swing. Slow Backswing seems to work pretty good for a lot of players, time to try it on your own side boys ! 😀

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