Former World No. 1, Justin Rose, wins PGA in 4 years..”Unbelievable Tournament”
Justin Rose (43, England), the world’s No. 1, lifted the PGA Tour championship cup in four years.
In the final round of the PGA Tour AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am (total prize money of $9 million) held at Pebble Beach Golf Links (par 72) in California on the 7th (Korean time), Rose shot 6 under par 66 to win with a total of 4 rounds of 18 under par 269. did.
He beat Brandon Tote and Brandon Wu (USA, 15 under par, 272 strokes), who were tied for second place, by three strokes and won the prize money of 1.62 million dollars (approximately 2.03 billion won). After winning the Farmers Insurance Open in 2019, he enjoyed the joy of winning the PGA in four years. It is the 11th win in PGA history.
Rose, who started her professional life in European professional golf in 1998, started playing on the PGA Tour in 2005, won the US Open in 2013, became a major champion, and won a gold medal at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics. rose to 1st However, since 2020 when he turned 40, he has been sluggish and has not won the PGA Tour nor the DP World Tour, but he shot a flare of revival by winning this tournament. 토토사이트
With this victory, he secured the right to participate in the Masters and jumped to 35th in the world ranking, which was 71st before this tournament, and re-entered the world’s top 50, enabling him to participate in the US Open, The Open, and the PGA Championship.
Rose, who had been leading by two strokes until the 9th hole of the final round the day before, resumed the match today and confirmed the victory with 3 birdies without a bogey in the remaining 9 holes. He made a birdie putt of about 8m on the 11th hole (par 4), put a birdie putt of about 6m on the 13th hole (par 4), and secured the victory with a 2m birdie on the 14th hole (par 5).
“It was an incredible tournament from start to finish,” said Rose. “It was a perfect ending.”
Among Korean players, Kang Seong-hun (36), who finished the previous day, tied for 29th place (7 under par, 280 strokes), taking the highest ranking. Ahn Byeong-hoon, who finished all remaining 3 holes with pars, was tied for 37th (5 under par, 282 strokes), Kim Seong-hyun (25) tied for 41st (4 under par, 283 strokes), and Noh Seung-yeol (32) tied for 41st (1 over par, 288 strokes). was