Justin Rose (43, England), who was ranked No. 1 in the world, is on the verge of winning the US Professional Golf (PGA) Tour for the first time in four years.
On the 6th (hereinafter Korean time), Rose reduced 3 strokes from the 4th round to the 9th hole of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am (total prize money of 9 million dollars) held at Pebble Beach Golf Links (par 72) in Pebble Beach, California, USA to achieve a median total of 15 under par. took the lead by itself.
The third round was held over two days due to strong winds the day before, and the final round, which started from the afternoon of this day, was postponed to sunset, and the remainder of the final round will be completed on the 7th. 스포츠토토
Rose started to see the first hole (par 4) of the final round that day, but made up for it with a birdie on the second hole (par 5) and caught an eagle on the sixth hole (par 5). He also added a birdie on the 7th hole (par 4), beating Peter Malnatty, Brandon Todd, and Denny McCarthy (USA) by two strokes, taking one step closer to his 11th win on the PGA Tour.
Rose has won 10 career victories on the PGA Tour, but the last was the Farmers Insurance Open in 2019, and he had no ties to winning his fourth year.
He started to see hole 1 (par 4) of the final round that day, but made up for it with a birdie on hole 2 (par 5) and caught an eagle on hole 6 (par 5). A tee shot that landed in a fairway bunker was blown 217 yards with an iron on the green, and a clean 2m eagle putt was made. In the 7th hole (par 4), a birdie was added and the game was postponed to the next day with a two-stroke lead over Peter Malnatty, Brandon Todd, and Denny McCarthy (USA).
Kang Seong-hoon (36), who had been tied for 11th place until the previous day and entered the top 10, finished the final round with a 4 under par 68 strokes. With a total of 7 under par 280 strokes, it was tied for 28th, making it impossible to enter the top 10.
Kim Seong-hyeon (25), who recorded 4 under par up to the 16th hole, also tied for 33rd place with an interim total of 6 under par.
Ahn Byeong-hoon (32) tied for 40th place with 5 under par with 3 holes left, and Roh Seung-yeol (32), who finished 11 holes, was tied for 67th place with 1 over par.
Meanwhile, Aaron Rogers (USA), a former NFL quarterback, took the top spot in the amateur division, which finished in the third round. Rodgers, a well-known golf fanatic, rose to the top with a total of 26 under par 189 through three rounds. Soccer star Gareth Bale, who had high expectations, tied for 16th with a 16-under 199 stroke.