Anser won the wire-to-wire in the opening game of the 亞 tour… Moon Gyeong-jun and Park Sang-hyun ‘running away’
LIV golfer Abraham Anser (32, Mexico) won the wire-to-wire championship at the PIF Saudi International (total prize money of 5 million dollars), the opening game of the Asian Tour.
In the final 4th round of the tournament, which ended at the Royal Greens Golf and Country Club (par 70) in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia on the 5th (Korean time), Anser tied 3 birdies and 1 bogey and hit 2 under par 68.
Ansernan, who recorded a final total of 19 under par 261 strokes, beat Cameron Young (USA), who ranked second alone, by two strokes to reach the top. The winning prize is 1 million dollars (approximately 1.24 billion won).
After winning the first championship in his career at the 2021 World Golf Championship (WGC) FedEx St. Jude Invitational, he moved to LIV Golf last summer and won his first championship after the transfer. It was his 3rd win in his professional career.
In this tournament, Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund (PIF), which sponsors LIV Golf, became the title sponsor, and a large number of world-class players playing in LIV Golf participated. won the two-wire championship. 토토사이트
Cameron Young (USA), who won the PGA Tour Rookie of the Year in the 2021-22 season, participated in this tournament with special permission from the PGA Tour, and finished 6th in the last year and 4 months (17 under par 263 strokes).
Young will move to the United States again and compete in the WM Phoenix Open and Genesis Invitational, PGA Tour special events. Anser will take a two-week vacation before starting the opening game of LIV Golf in Mexico.
Lucas Herbert (Australia) ranked third alone with a final total of 15 under par 265 strokes, and Sadom Kaewkanchana (Thailand) ranked fourth alone with a final total of 14 under par. Paul Casey (England), who is active in LIV Golf, ranked 5th alone (13 under par 267 strokes).
The Korean players succeeded in driving on the last day and greatly improved their rankings. Moon Gyeong-jun (41) took 7 birdies without a look and jumped from a tie for 45th place the previous day to a tie for 12th place (9 under par, 271 strokes), and Park Sang-hyun (40) also drove a 6 under par to tie for 18th place (8 under par, 272) from 45th place. other) jumped.
Kim Young-soo (34), who won the Korea Professional Golf (KPGA) Korean Tour grand prize and prize money last year, also finished the tournament by raising the rankings with a tie for 28th place (6 under par, 274 strokes).