Anthony Kim, highly likely to return to the field with LIV Golf

Rumors are rising that Anthony Kim (38, USA), once considered an opponent of Tiger Woods, will return to the field.

The New York Times reported on the 27th (Korean time) that Anthony Kim may join the LIV golf series sponsored by Saudi Arabia through an interview with Eric Larsson, who was caddy for Anthony Kim.

Despite his relatively small physique, Anthony Kim was loved by many fans for his exciting swing with a grip that holds the club down. The U.S. Professional Golf (PGA) Tour victory is a total of 3 wins, including 2 wins in 2008 and 1 win in 2010.

However, Anthony Kim, who was popular, disappeared from the tour after the 2012 season. And he has never appeared in an official tournament since then. The reason for his sudden retirement is unknown.

However, if you look at his interview with the Associated Press in 2015, it is inferred that his injury is the biggest cause. In an interview at the time, Anthony Kim said, “I haven’t been in the game for a long time, so my physical condition is not good.”

Larsson told The New York Times, “(When asked if he would join the LIV series), he said, ‘I really don’t know,’ and I advised him, ‘Go ahead, pull out your old club and go there and have fun.'” To his advice, Anthony Kim replied, “That’s what people want from me,” Larsson said. 안전놀이터

Swing coach Adam Shriver, who has played two rounds with Anthony Kim in the last two years, hinted that his swing is not rusted at all, saying, “Anthony Kim’s swing is the same as before.”

Golf Digest, an American golf professional media, said, “It is unclear whether Anthony Kim actually received an offer for the LIV series. However, it is clear that it is good news for those who are curious about the news about Anthony Kim, who played a big role in the 2008 Ryder Cup.”

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