Sungjae Im’s Round 4 highlights from Honda 2020

In the final round of The Honda Classic 2020, Sungjae Im jumped up the leaderboard to take the one-shot lead that ended in his first PGA TOUR victory.


Keith Mitchell returns to the site of his first PGA TOUR win and faces tough competition at The Honda Classic this year. Past winner Rickie Fowler is joined by 2018 FedExCup champion Justin Rose, Brooks Koepka and Gary Woodland as they aim for their first wins at PGA National Resort & Spa – annually ranked as one of the toughest courses on the PGA TOUR. With 500 FedExCup points awarded to the winner, can Mitchell defend his title against such a stellar field?

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49 thoughts on “Sungjae Im’s Round 4 highlights from Honda 2020

  1. 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥
    🏁🏁🏁simply fantastic🏎️🏎️🏎️
    1:19 💞🔥

  2. What is the USGA Going to do about morons shouting at the top of a players backswing? Nothing. You cant legislate for morons in the US.

  3. Azinger and the PG directive of “we have the best product, skrew the rest of the game of golf” blah blah is an embarrassment. Well played TF & congrats IM

  4. Big risks. BIG win. Congratulations to Im on going for and the getting the W through attacking the pins. He could have easily ended up 10th-20th with his aggressive play. It worked…he won by risking what others would not (Tommy Fleetwood's shot on 18 was wreckless). Im should be a top 5 pick for the Masters this year. His mastery of the short game should bode well at Augusta.

  5. European tour highlights are far superior, also they interview the players after featuring them individually, I know there will be reasons why they can’t but c’mon

  6. WOW, Sungjae went after the pins on many dangerous holes on windy day including the bear traps where many players bailed out 50+ feet. Wow!

  7. Wish this included his 5-iron on 16 from the fairway bunker over water to 25 feet. Amazing shot, congrats to the kid

  8. Brooks is one of the longest hitters on the PGA, and he failed to make the cut. And he hasnt won this year or really come close. Doesn't matter if you can hit it 400 yards, you still gotta hit it in the fairway and then have a solid short game, etc. Hitting it 400 yards is about 1/10th of the necessary skills needed to win on the PGA.

  9. Some explain….after the winning score is -6 under after 72 holes. But there is this talk about "The players are hitting it too far with this amazing new technology in golf clubs. Its just making the game too easy and so maybe we should limit the clubs more so that they dont go as far….."

    The winner this week just needed to go 2 under, 2 under, 2 under and then even par. And the winner received $1,260,000. I realize its not an easy course, but are there supposed to be easy courses on PGA?
    I probably couldn't hit 6 over … but 6 under after 72 holes is just not impressive; not bad, but not worth winning a PGA event. Or if it is a good score to win, we can at least agree its not a score that demands "The equipment be adjusted, these players are making this too easy"

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