Jay Choi’s First Round 70 Good For 15th At Fujisankei Classic

A first round 70 (-1) put third year Japan Golf Tour player, Jay Choi into a tie for 15th place at the Fujisankei Classic being played this week at Fujizakura Country Club, Yamanashi, Japan. Jay used 17 putts, including a 3 putt par on the par 5, third hole, to shoot and even par 35 on his front 9. The only blemish on his round was a bogey on the par 4, 10th. Birdies on 15 and 18 moved Jay within a shot of 10th place and 5 shots off the lead with three rounds left to play.

It would appear that Jay has regained his length with his driver as he averaged 333.5 yards. His overall stats are on the upswing, indicating that he is getting into a good rhythm during his tournament play.

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