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Topic - Choi
North Korea's number two — the leader who stands right behind Kim Jong-un in terms of power — hasn't been seen in a while, and South Korean authorities are saying that's because he's fallen victim to the latest government purge.
There wasn't any single moment Jim Furyk could point to that helped derail his chance at charging to victory at the AT&T National yesterday.
Joe Ogilvie kept most of his drives in the fairway. K.J. Choi hit all but three greens.
Mr. Choi said "the timing was right to establish a regional security mechanism whose organization the Mongols should spearhead."
"I felt like I had to hit a lot of fades here, and coming over here you really have to hit it on the right side to be able to have a chance to get your scores low," Choi said.