Players history-maker Kim out of Byron Nelson

Posted May 18, 2017

A regulation birdie on the 11th was followed by a remarkable one on the 12th, where Johnson's tee shot was hooked so badly it easily cleared the water hazard to the left of the green - but from an awkward lie the US Open champion pitched to within a foot of the hole.

Liam Glynn, BoyleSports spokesperson, said: "Hats off to the Dublin savvy punter who picked Si Woo Kim to win the Players Championship at the massive odds of 500/1". (AP) - Si Woo Kim made Sunday at The Players Championship look like child's play. Viewers also observed the 21-year-old clutching his back on multiple occasions, attempting to stay loose throughout the day. But it appears he is being responsible and sticking with the rest of us in coach. It was as though he had been in this position before, even though he had only one previous PGA Tour victory and this was only his second time competing in The Players Championship. From the right hand rough on the 18th, he shanked his second shot, bouncing it off hospitality tents and the cart path into a bush.

It was Kim's second career PGA Tour victory. He needed a penalty drop from there.

"I wasn't nervous at all because I was leading", Kim said.

If this Dublin punter sees Si Woo Kim anytime soon, he owes him a stack of pints. He was the only player Sunday who didn't make bogey in his round of 3-under 69 for a three-shot victory. "You just don't give shots away".

Rafa Cabrera Bello of Spain (70) tied for fourth at 282, four strokes behind Kim. He made a double-eagle 2 at the 16th, the first ever at the hole during the tournament.

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A total of 66 PGA Tour golfers have earned more than $1 million over the course of the 2017 season so far, but that doesn't mean that some players aren't trying to save money when possible.

You might think after winning The Players Championship, especially after winning the championship as the youngest player ever, you'd be ready to go big and celebrate.

The smart money, if an global player overtook American co-leaders J.B. Holmes and Kyle Stanley, was on veterans such as Poulter, Oosthuizen, Adam Scott (the previous youngest victor, at 23 in 2004) or Masters champion Sergio Garcia.

He then returned to the Tour until he locked up his PGA Tour card for the 2015-16 season by finishing 23rd on the 2015 Tour priority list.

Now he's here to stay for at least the next five years, and based on his game, probably much longer.