LIV Golf Anser wins the Asian Tour season opener… Kyungjun Moon 12th

 Abraham Anser (Mexico) won the opening game of the 2023 Asian Tour.

Anser made three birdies and three birdies in the fourth round on the last day of the Asian Tour PIF Saudi International (total prize money of $5 million) held at the Royal Greens Golf & Country Club (par 70, 7,048 yards) in King Abdullah Economic City, Saudi Arabia on the 5th. He shot a 2-under 68 with one bogey. 토토사이트

Anser, who recorded a final total of 19 under par 261 strokes, beat second place Cameron Young (USA) by two strokes to reach the top.

Anser, who won the wire-to-wire championship without missing first place from the first day of the competition, received a prize of 1 million dollars (approximately 1.25 billion won). Won the

World Golf Championship (WGC) FedEx St. Jude Invitational in August 2021 Han Anser is a player who left the US Professional Golf (PGA) tour in June last year and transferred to the LIV series sponsored by Saudi Arabia.

It was the first time he had won on the Asian Tour.

Players who have moved to the LIV series cannot currently compete in PGA Tour events, and since world ranking points are not at stake in LIV series events, they must secure world ranking points through DP World Tour or Asian Tour events.

In particular, the Saudi Arabian Sovereign Fund (PIF), which sponsors the LIV series, became the title sponsor, and a large number of LIV players participated in this tournament.

Anser also ranked 20th in the world before moving to the LIV series in June of last year, and now it has fallen to 37th, but this victory is expected to make up for the ranking to some extent.

Young, who finished runner-up in this event, was last season’s PGA Tour Rookie of the Year.

Among Korean players, Moon Kyung-jun (41) tied for 12th with a 9-under 271, recording the highest ranking.

Park Sang-hyun (40) finished the tournament in a tie for 18th with an 8 under par 272 strokes.

The Asian Tour will host the International Series Oman (total prize money of $2 million) for four days from the 9th. Famous players who have moved to the LIV series, such as Brooks Koepka (USA), Louis Oosthuizen (South Africa), and Sergio Garcia (Spain), will appear in this tournament as well.

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