Correspondent Hoon Kwon = Aaron Rogers (USA), a former American professional football (NFL) quarterback, won the championship in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am amateur division of the American Professional Golf (PGA) Tour.

On the 6th (Korean time) on the 3rd day of the tournament held at Pebble Beach Golf Links (par 72) in Monterey, USA, Rogers shot 67 and took first place with a total of 26 under par 189 in the 3rd round.

Amateur participants in this competition play individually against one professional partner, with the better score being the team performance. 메이저사이트

Rogers was paired with Ben Silverman (USA).

Silverman wrote 1 over par for three days. It means that Rogers contributed a lot to the 26 under par.

Rogers, who won MVP four times while playing in the NFL, is already a person with a reputation for golfing skills comparable to that of a professional player.

In 2021, he teamed up with Bryson Dishambo (USA) to compete in a one-day golf confrontation’The Match’ against Phil Mickelson (USA) and NFL star Tom Brady (USA) and won.

Rogers was delighted, saying, “It was a goal I really wanted to achieve in my life.”

The tournament was originally scheduled to be held as a 72-hole round of 4 rounds, but due to bad weather, the progress of the tournament was disrupted, so the amateur players covered the rankings with the results of round 3 of 54 holes.

Soccer star Gareth Bale (Wales), who received attention, recorded 16 under par and 199 strokes, finishing in a tie for 16th place.

Bale, who said, “I received a lot of praise, but the burden was enormous,” said Bale about his partner Joseph Bramlitt (USA), saying, “The strength and ball touch were on a different level from (me),” he said about the performance of PGA Tour players. I was amazed.

Professional players are in the middle of a 4th round match.

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