NOV 13, 6:46p ET | AP
Rotowire: Jul 17 / 6:40p ET
News: Kim finished in second place at the Barbasol Championship on Sunday after losing a four-hole playoff to winner Aaron Baddeley.
Impact: Kim entered Sunday's final round outside of the Top-10, but fired an eight-under 63 to force a playoff. After pars on the first three playoff holes, Baddeley came out victorious with a birdie on the par-four 18th hole, sending Kim home as the runner-up. The 21-year-old finished tied for first among the field in total strokes gained, and carded just four bogeys throughout the entire tournament. He heads into this week's RBC Canadian Open with a great deal of momentum.
Rotowire: May 15 / 5:53p ET
News: Kim struggled to a 2-over 74 Sunday to tie for 23rd at THE PLAYERS.
Impact: Kim fared quite well on the tricky Pete Dye track where he was solid in all phases and actually in the mix heading into Sunday. Unfortunately Kim went faltered on the back nine Sunday where he committed four bogeys or matters could've been much brighter. Kim tends to excel on courses that demand driving accuracy so keep him in mind for next week's event at Colonial.