No one had a longer wait to see how the tournament unfolded than K.J. Choi, who waited more than two hours until it was determined that his effort was one stroke shy of a win -- but still his best finish in about two years.
Moments after K.J. Choi one-hopped his tee shot at the picturesque par-3 14th into the heart of the cup for a hole-in-one in the third round of the Barclays, Chalmers did the same, spinning back a pitching wedge from just beyond the hole.
5 Things: A shot behind 36-hole leader Shawn Stefani, PGA Tour veteran K.J. Choi is experiencing a bit of a revitalization in 2013, and Copperhead might just provide the arena for his first win since 2011.
K.J. Choi led the charge and now it is much easier for the likes of Seung-yul Noh, Sang-Moon Bae and Sunghoon Kang, who are among eight Korean-born players on the PGA Tour.
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Tournament host K.J. Choi won the Asian Tour's C.J. Invitational on Sunday, closing with a 5-under 67 for a two-stroke victory.
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K.J. Choi is giving $200,000 from his win at The Players Championship to help victims of the tornados that ravaged the southeastern United States.
With only three cuts missed since 2009, Steve Stricker is a model of consistency.
Not that his small victory in any way matches the larger win by K.J. Choi, but Sweden’s Peter Hanson can feel good about his debut at The Players Championship.
K.J. Choi made a charge on Sunday, but his aggressive play down the stretch cost him, finishing T-8. However, the South Korean has the thirst to come back and get one of those green jackets.
K.J. Choi provided plenty of fireworks to stay in contention at the Masters, but thanks to a pairing with Tiger, did anyone notice? Nick Masuda weighs in with some thoughts heard in the gallery Saturday at Augusta.
K.J. Choi made the decision earlier in the week to use four hybrids to get the ball in the air and land it soft. The decision seems to be working, as Choi has put himself in third place.
Thicker than normal rough and a pinched fairway turned golf’s most famous hole into the place good rounds came to die.
Kyoung-Ju Choi ranked 22nd on the PGA Tour money list and already had three top-5 finishes this year.
K.J. Choi lost a chance to play in the $5 million American Express Championship.
After his first trip to America, K.J. Choi flew back to Korea and immediately developed a 10-year plan, with the main objective to earn and keep his PGA Tour card.