Zhang Xinjun Houston tied for 7th in the first round and quickly adapted to look forward to breaking through himself

Zhang Xinjun Houston tied for 7th in the first round and quickly adapted to look forward to breaking through himself
Zhang Xinjun tied for seventh in the first round.Figure / PGA TOUR2019-2020 season PGA Tour fifth game-total prize money of 7.5 million Houston Golf Open ended the first round of contention this morning.Chinese player Zhang Xinjun tied 7th with a score of 7 birds and 2 bogeys.Zhang Huachuang, another Chinese player, tied for 14th place with 4 under par.Since the combination of Zhang Xinjun and Dou Zecheng in 2017, fans have not seen two five-star red flags appearing in the same PGA Tour regular season.Today, two Chinese players are at the forefront of the leaderboard.”Hardcore has played well these past few weeks and hopes to continue.”Zhang Xinjun said that his par green rate over the entire day exceeded 70% and his kick-off accuracy rate also exceeded 70%.Zhang Xinjun has been doing well in recent weeks.He broke into the top ten two weeks ago at the Safeway Open; last week he was tied for 16th at the San Diego Brothers Children ‘s Hospital Open in Las Vegas.”This is the fifth PGA Tour this season, and I think I’m quite used to it.Zhang Xinjun said, “After all, after playing the PGA Tour for a year before, it will be better in terms of familiarity with the venue and mentality of the game.”The last time I came to the Houston Golf Club, Zhang Xinjun played only two days to substitute for promotion.Coming here again, the grass of the stadium has changed, and Zhang Xinjun is also looking forward to his breakthrough performance.21-year-old Zhang Huachuang can make it to the main round of the qualifying tournament on Monday.For him, it was a commemorative day, and it was the first time in his life that he was standing on the PGA Tour regular season.”It feels great. This is the first PGA Tour I have participated in since I changed my career.”Zhang Huachuang said.He entered the 2012 US Open championship at the age of 14 and 6 months through the qualifiers. He was the first Chinese player to participate in the US Open and the youngest participant in the history of the US Open.”At the beginning of today, I tried very hard not to think that I was playing on the PGA Tour. I knew that it would bring extra pressure. I was trying to think of it as a PGA Tour II.Zhang Huachuang said, “I made a few low-level mistakes today, but I will try my best to correct them and start again tomorrow.””