Yon Ram, 3 wins this year alone, returns to world No. 1, Woods tied for 45th

  • February 20, 2023

It is already 3 wins in 5 tournaments this year. It’s really crushing. Yon Rahm (Spain) rose to the top again after 4 weeks and regained the world No. 1 spot. ‘Golf Emperor’ Tiger Woods (USA) completed 72 holes in 10 months and tied for 45th place.온라인카지노

On the 20th (Korean time), in the 4th round of the Genesis Invitational (total prize money of 20 million dollars, 25.9 billion won) of the American Professional Golf (PGA) Tour’Special Tournament’ held at Riviera CC (par 71) in Pacific Palisades, California, USA With 5 birdies and 3 bogeys, she reduced 2 strokes to record a final total of 17 under par 267 strokes. He beat Max Homa (USA, 15 under par) by two strokes and received a prize money of 3.6 million dollars (4.66 billion won) and a Genesis GV70 electrified model as an injury.

Rahm, who won the Sentry Tournament of Champions and the American Express in the first tournament of the year in a row, added the champion trophy in 4 weeks and climbed to the top of the PGA Tour career 10 wins since the Farmers Insurance Open in 2017. In the 2022-2023 season, he continued his overwhelming skills by ranking in the top 10 with 3 wins in 7 competitions. Since October of last year, it has been on a terrifying upward trend, winning five victories in the last nine tournaments, including two championships on the DP World Tour (formerly the European Tour).

He also enjoyed the joy of returning to No. 1 in the world rankings after 11 months. Ram, who handed over the No. 1 spot to Scotty Scheffler (USA) in March of last year, took down Scheffler on the contrary this time and became the best player. Schaeffler, who returned to world No. 1 in four months after beating Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland) by winning the Phoenix Open last week, came down from the top in a week.

Ram and Homa, who competed for pride to see who climbed the 3rd win of the season first, competed fiercely for the title. Ram started with a three-stroke lead, but a tight match was created with two co-leaders exchanging reversals and reversals.

Ram committed a bogey on the 10th (par 4) hole and allowed Homa, who caught a birdie in the same championship group, to take the first joint lead, then lost another stroke on the 12th (par 4) hole and gave up the sole first place. On the 13th (par 4) hole, Homa lost a stroke and the two tied for the lead once again.

The decisive scene that allowed Ram to reach the heights of the first three wins of the season came from the par-3 14th hole. A 14m birdie putt from the fringe was sucked into the hole cup like a picture, and Ram, who succeeded in reversing, clenched his fists and roared as if he was sure of victory. Ram, who gained momentum, reduced one stroke again in the 16th (par 3) hole and completed the victory by two strokes.

Woods, the host of this tournament, who returned to the field through the Masters Tournament (47th place) in April of last year after a traffic accident in February 2021, proved the possibility of recreating his past glory on the regular tour 7 months after The Open in July last year. did. Woods, who reduced 4 strokes in the 3rd round to rise to a tie for 26th, lost 2 strokes in the 4th round with 3 birdies and 5 bogeys and fell to 1 under par in the 45th place in total, but finished 72 holes 10 months after last year’s Masters. got a result

“It was a little harder than expected. Looking back, Woods said, “I made mistakes here and there. “My goal is to compete in the four major tournaments every year,” he said. “I can’t play more because of my legs and back. Last year, I only participated in 3 of the 4 majors, so my goal this year is to participate in all 4 tournaments.”

Patrick Cantlay (USA) took sole third place with a total of 14 under par, Schaeffler tied for 12th with an 8 under par, and McIlroy finished the tournament with a tie for 29th with a 4 under par.

Among our players, “Rookie” Kim Seong-hyeon (25) recorded the highest score with 4 birdies and 1 bogey, reducing 3 strokes and finishing in a tie for 33rd place with a 3-under par. Kim Joo-hyung (31) tied for 45th with Woods, and Lim Seong-jae (25) tied for 56th with a 1-over par.

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