England’s Justin Rose, who once held the top spot in the world golf rankings, lifted the trophy on the PGA Tour for the first time in four years.
In the final round of the PGA Tour AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am (total prize money: $9 million) held at Pebble Beach Golf Links (par 72) in California on the 7th (Korean time), Rose shot 6-under-par 66 to top with a total of 4 rounds of 18-under-par 269. rose to With this victory, Rose quenched her thirst for a championship that had lasted four years since winning the Farmers Insurance Open in 2019. Brendan Todd and Brandon Wu tied for second place with a final total of 15 under par 272.
Rose increased his PGA Tour career wins to 11. Rose was once ranked No. 1 in the world and won a gold medal at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics. However, he has been sluggish since 2020 and has not won the PGA Tour nor the DP World Tour. 먹튀검증
On top of that, Rose received a prize money of 1.62 million dollars and secured the qualification to participate in the Masters, which could have been stopped. From 2010 to last year, Rose attended four major tournaments, but there were concerns about losing her qualifications this year.
With this victory, the right to participate in the Masters was secured, and the world ranking, which was 71st, rose to 35th, and the US Open, The Open, and PGA Championship, which can be received by those who are within the 50th place in the world ranking, were also placed in a stable zone.
Rose said, “It’s a really unbelievable tournament from start to finish,” and was delighted with “a perfect ending.”
It took Rose two days to complete the final round of nine holes that day, following nine holes the day before due to bad weather.
After catching an eagle in the 6th hole (par 5) the previous day and reducing 3 strokes to the 9th hole, Rose ran to the lead by 2 strokes. The victory was clearly confirmed.
Among Korean players, Kang Seong-hoon ranked the highest with 29th place (7 under par, 280 strokes), followed by Ahn Byeong-hun (tied for 37th place) and Kim Seong-hyun (41st place).