Tom Kim is all smiles after winning the Shriners Children's Open Sunday in Las Vegas. Photo: Matthew Bolt, Icon Sportswire
Ss if a victory in the Wyndham Championship after making a quadruple bogey on the first hole and staring down Patrick Cantlay last Sunday to win the Shriners Children’s Open for his second PGA Tour win in his past four starts weren’t enough to make the case for 20-year-old Tom Kim suddenly being one of the best players in the game, there is the image that has stayed with International team captain Trevor Immelman from the Presidents Cup last month.
Desperately needing a win with his partner K.H. Lee in a Saturday afternoon four-ball match against Cantlay and Xander Schauffele, Immelman watched his team’s energetic and emotional leader settle into a 2-iron shot to the 18th green understanding any realistic possibility of his team having a chance to win on Sunday may ride on what happened over the next five minutes.
“He's about 240 yards out. He's probably 60 yards behind his opponents. He's over the ball. ...
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