Tom Kim’s day on the field was sloppy in more ways than one.
Kim was unable to complete his first round at the PGA Championship due to darkness, but through 16 holes, he was 3 over par.
But on the sixth hole at Oak Hill, Kim found himself in a deep rough, and it was apparently a swamp.
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As Kim made his way out of the bad zone, the camera caught him practically covered in mud from head to toe.
Kim carried on as if everything was business as usual, but she soon discovered that she was going viral on Twitter.
«As soon as I walked in, it was kind of a sketch,» Kim said after the round. «But I was like, ‘This is a major championship.’ I fight for every stroke I have. And then it got dark. Once my foot went in, I was like, ‘There’s no going back.'»
Kim even admitted that he got stuck in the mud and needed help. But he wasn’t done yet.
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The Presidents Cup phenom decided he needed to clean up a bit.
«It couldn’t get any worse. I was wet enough so I thought I might go in the water and wash myself.»
«It could have been a lot better, that’s for sure,» Kim said of her Thursday in New York.
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Eric Cole is the leader at -5 despite playing just 14 holes before play was called. Bryson DeChambeau, Adam Scott and Dustin Johnson trail by one shot, while Scottie Scheffler and Corey Conners sit at -3.