‘Veteran’s Dignity’ Justin Rose, former world No. 1, won AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am in 4 years, rose to 35th in the world

There was no come-from-behind defeat for the veteran. Justin Rose (43, England), former world No. 1 in men’s golf, heard the winning trophy of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am (total prize money of 9 million dollars) of the American Professional Golf (PGA) tour, which ended a day late due to bad weather.

On the 7th, at Pebble Beach Golf Links (par 72) in Monterey, California, USA, Rose added 3 birdies without bogey in the remaining 9 holes of the final round of the tournament, which was resumed, and recorded a total of 18 under par 269 strokes, tied for 2nd place with Brandon Todd. and Brandon Woo (15 under par, 272 strokes, USA) by 3 strokes, and won the prize money of 1.62 million dollars 카지노사이트.

With this, Rose won the PGA Tour again in 4 years and 1 month after winning the 2019 Farmers Insurance Open (January), which was ranked No. 1 in the world. Rose, who started his professional career in European professional golf in 1998 and started playing on the PGA Tour in 2005, won his first career victory at the Memorial Tournament in 2010 and has since collected 11 career wins (one major). Including the European tour, he has won a total of 23 victories.

Rose became a major champion by winning the 2013 US Open, and after winning a gold medal at the 2016 Rio Olympics, where golf was revived as an Olympic event after 100 years, rose to No. 1 in the world rankings in the fall of 2018. Rose, who had been down to 71st before this event, jumped to 35th with this win. His re-entry into the world’s top 50 allowed him to compete in all major tournaments, including the Masters, this year.

In the final round the previous day, Rose, who stopped the game ahead of the second shot on the 10th hole with a two-stroke lead over Brandon Todd, made a birdie putt of about 8m on the 11th hole (par 4) and a birdie putt of about 6m on the 13th hole (par 4). and outperformed its competitors. In the 14th hole (par 5), he added a birdie and consolidated his victory. Brandon Todd, who played in front of Group 3, once caught up with a one-stroke lead, but Rose never gave up an opening.

“It’s been an incredible week from start to finish,” said Rose.

Among Korean players, Kang Seong-hun, who finished all the matches the day before, tied for 29th (7 under par, 280 strokes), posting the highest score. Ahn Byeong-hun, who finished all remaining 3 holes with pars, tied for 37th (5 under par, 282 strokes), while Kim Seong-hyun and Noh Seung-yeol finished tied for 41st (4 under par, 283 strokes) and 65th (1 over par, 288 strokes), respectively.

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