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With a 36-hole aggregate of 10-under-par 62-71=133, Bio Kim cruised to medalist honors at the U.S. Open sectional qualifier in Newport Beach, Calif.
The former PGA TOUR member opened at Newport Beach Country Club before taking his talents over to Big Canyon Country Club for the second round. His trip to Merion will mark his first start in a major. Fellow former members Steven Alker and Roger Tambellini shared runner-up honors at 6-under 137. Amateurs Max Homa and Cory McElyea survived a three-way playoff for the final two of five berths. Jesse Schutte (137) had to settle for first alternate from the site. Notables that failed to qualify include: 143--Jeff Brehaut ... 145--Tony Finau ... 148--Chris Riley ... 150--Joel Kribel ... 152--Andy Miller ... 155--Beau Hossler, who held the lead at one point on the weekend at last year's U.S. Open at Olympic Club. Mon, Jun 3, 2013 10:57:00 PM

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Bio Kim completed 72 holes of the first stage of Q School at the Mountain View Golf Course at Callaway Gardens in Pine Mountain, Ga. in 10-under-par 69-66-70-73=278, securing one of 18 berths to advance.

Kim struggled in his rookie year on the PGA TOUR in 2011, but he currently leads both the OneAsia and Korean Golf Tours in earnings. In 24 starts on the Tour this season, he finished 77th on the money list. Notables that will join the South Korean with a tee time in the second stage include former PGA TOUR members, Jin Park (12-under 276) and Ryan Armour (278), and former first-team All-American at Ole Miss, Jonathan Randolph (279). David Skinns was the medalist at 19-under 269, three strokes clear of solo runner-up, Travis Hampshire. Among those that failed to survive include 2011 U.S. Amateur Public Links champion, Corbin Mills; 2006 NCAA individual champion, Jonathan Moore; and European Tour winners Robert-Jan Derksen and Maarten Lafeber, all of whom missed the cut on the number at 8-under 280; 2008 U.S. Amateur Public Links champ, Jack Newman (281); and former PGA TOUR member, Brent Schwarzrock (286).
Sat, Oct 27, 2012 06:16:00 PM

Bio Kim crafted a 7-under-par 32-33=65 at Disney's Magnolia Course in his second round of the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals Classic, reaching the halfway mark with a share of the 36-hole clubhouse lead at 12-under 132.

So many noteworthy accomplishments today that it's difficult to decide where to start. Kim, who's the youngest member of the PGA TOUR at age 21, hit only 11 greens in regulation today, but he took only 22 putts. The rookie buried eight birdies, six of which measuring over 20 feet. This included putts of 29'1", 44'4", 20'1" and 26'1" at the first, eighth, 11th and 17th holes, respectively. (He also rolled in a birdie from 16'1" at the 16th.) Kim also converted a 10-yarder from just off the green at the seventh and he holed a 12-yard bunker shot at the 14th. Although he's hit 26 GIR through 36 holes, he's incurred just two bogeys. And at the time he signed his card today, his 14 birdies led the field. He entered the week ranked 168th on the money list with four top 25s. Afterwards, Kim acknowledged that he had heart surgery in August, which explains his two-month break before the Fall Series. For the full story, please click on the link below.
Fri, Oct 21, 2011 02:25:00 PM

Bio Kim was removed from the published field of this week's Shell Houston Open.

The rookie made six consecutive starts before getting last week off. In nine events this year, he's cashed for a pair of top 25s and missed seven cuts. It's unlikely that he'll be impacted greatly following next week's reshuffle.
Mon, Mar 28, 2011 09:49:00 AM

Bio Kim was added on Monday morning to the field of The Honda Classic.

Kim moved into the field after being elevated on the priority list after the season's first reshuffle.
Mon, Feb 28, 2011 01:02:00 PM

PGA TOUR rookie, Bio Kim, co-medaled at today's four-spotter for the Northern Trust Open with a 6-under-par 34-32=66 at the Eisenhower Course at Industry Hills Golf Club in City of Industry, California.

Kim circled eight birdies to share the top spot with former PGA TOUR member, Tim Wilkinson (34-32) and Erik Compton (33-33). PGA TOUR winner, Jason Gore, snagged the final berth into the NTO with a 5-under 34-33=67. Among the notables that failed to qualify include Jim Herman (68); Charles Warren (68); Tom Pernice, Jr. (68); Mark Hensby (69); Steve Pate (69); James Nitties (69); Kyle Stanley (70); Justin Hicks (70); Jeff Gove (70); Martin Piller (71); Duffy Waldorf (71); Johnson Wagner (71); John Merrick (71); Daniel Chopra (71); Ted Purdy (71); Mac O'Grady (71); Sunghoon Kang (72); Andres Gonzales (72); Frank Lickliter II (72); Matt McQuillan (73); Scott Gordon (73); Will Strickler (73); Shane Bertsch (73); Michael Letzig (73); Esteban Toledo (73); John Mallinger (74); Aron Price (74); Chris Tidland (74); 2002 NTO champ, Len Mattiace (74); Craig Barlow (75); Cliff Kresge (75); Steve Allan (75); James Driscoll (77); 2000 NTO champ, Kirk Triplett (77); and Billy Horschel (79).
Mon, Feb 14, 2011 10:01:00 PM

Bio Kim on Monday was added to the field of the Bob Hope Classic.

Kim is the youngest member on 2011 PGA TOUR and he gained his card with a T11 at the Qualifying Tournament.
Mon, Jan 17, 2011 02:03:00 PM