Justin Rose wins the PGA Pebble Beach Pro-Am… 11th overall win in 4 years
Reporter Hyukjun Kwon = Justin Rose (England) reached the top of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am (total prize money of $9 million) on the PGA Tour.
In the final round of the tournament, which resumed on the 7th (Korean time) at the Pebble Beach Course (par 72, 6972 yards) in Pebble Beach, California, USA, Rose recorded 6-under-par 66 with 5 birdies, 1 eagle and 1 bogey. paid
Rose, who recorded a final total of 18 under par 269 strokes, beat Brendon Todd and Brandon Wu (above, USA, 15 under par 272 strokes) and other tied-second place groups by three strokes to reach the top. The winning prize is 1.62 million dollars (approximately 2.03 billion won). 온라인카지노
Rose, a 43-year-old veteran, won 10 wins on the PGA Tour, 11 wins on the DP World Tour (Europe Tour), including the US Open, and won a gold medal at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
However, after the PGA Tour Farmers Insurance Open in January 2019, Rose, who had a long unrelated march, enjoyed the thrill of winning 11 tour victories in four years.
Rose, who recorded 3 under par until the 9th hole in the 4th round before ending with the sunset the previous day, did not lose her composure even in the resumed game.
He caught a birdie on the 11th hole (par 4) and widened the gap between the 2nd place group by snatching consecutive birdies on the 13th hole (par 4) and 14th hole (par 5).
Afterwards, Rose, who blocked all the remaining holes with pars, confirmed the championship.
Todd added 7 under par and Woo added 6 under par in the 4th round, but it was not enough to close the gap with Rose.
Korean-American Michael Kim added 6 under par in the last 4 rounds and tied for 11th with a final total of 11 under par 276 strokes.
Among Korean players, Kang Seong-hoon (36) marked the highest rank. Kang Seong-hoon, who had already completed all the matches the day before, finished tied for 29th with a final total of 7 under par and 280 strokes.
Ahn Byeong-hun (32, CJ Logistics) tied for 37th with a 5-under-par 282 strokes, and Kim Seong-hyun (25, Shinhan Financial Group) tied for 41st with a 4-under-par 283 strokes.
Noh Seung-yeol (32, Zibent) tied for 65th with a final total of 1 over par 288.