By Larry GLicken

PGA Tour Golfer, Seung-Yul Noh  will play in the final group at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans. The South Korean comes into the final round with a 2 stroke lead over Keegan Bradley. Yul Noh, who turned professional in 2007 has played in 13 events this season and has made the cut 11 times.

He is has one top 10 and one top 25 finish this season. He has played PGA Tour events since 2010 and has never won. He  did win an event on the Web.com tour in 2013. His best finish this season, came in January when he finished in a tie for 10th at the Farmers Insurance Open.

Seung-Yul Noh is ranked 71st in FedEXCup points and is presently 1,693 points back in the FEDEXCUP race. His scoring average is 70.865 and his world golf ranking is currently, 176.

A win would be huge for Seung-Yul Noh, but holding off the rest of the field in today’s final round isn’t going to be easy.

In the final group with Seung-Yul Noh, will be Keegan Bradley who will start his round 2 shots back. Bradley had a chance to win on the PGA Tour earlier this year, but failed to make any kind of a move in his last round and finished 2nd in the Arnold Palmer Invitational.

Bradley also missed the cut at the Masters this year. There is a host of guys who could win the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, including Ben Martin who had a mini melt down in his 3rd round yesterday. Martin shot a round of 2 over par 73 after failing to recreated the magic we saw from him in his first 2 round of the Zurich Classic.

 

 

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