Wyndham Clark, who dedicated his first championship to Heavenly Mother, “I know you are watching”

“My mother is obviously not here, but I know she is watching from heaven.”

Wyndham Clark (30, USA) held the first championship cup in his life at the Wells Fargo Championship (total prize money of 20 million dollars) on the US Professional Golf (PGA) Tour on the 8th and thanked his mother who passed away 10 years ago. On this day, ‘Mother’s Day’ in the United States, the PGA Tour website uploaded an animated video of Clark’s winning story and the story of these hats, adding to the impression of fans.먹튀검증

In the final round of the tournament held at the Quailhalo Club (par 71, 7538 yards) in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, Clark hit 3 under par 68 with 5 birdies and 2 bogeys, recording a total of 19 under par 265 strokes, Zander Shopley ( USA) by 4 strokes and won the championship. Clark, who won 3.6 million dollars (approximately 4.77 billion won) in prize money and the right to participate in next year’s Masters, climbed 49 places from last week to 31st in the world rankings announced on the day.

Clark, who started with a two-stroke lead, made a bogey on the first hole and allowed Shopley to turn around by reducing two strokes until the seventh hole, but regained the lead by one stroke after finishing the first half, and reduced the number of strokes with more solid play in the second half to reach the highest score. He widened the gap to 5 strokes and won a complete victory.

Clarke, who won the 134th tournament for the first time after debuting on the PGA Tour in 2019, said, “It’s a little tight around my neck. Today, I vowed not to repeat the same mistake as before, and mentally I held on strong,” he said. “It took five years to come this far, but it was well worth the wait.”

Clark, who lost her mother to breast cancer the year she entered the University of Oklahoma and wandered badly, said, “My mother led me to become a golf player. He always encouraged me to play confidently, and it was like a big rock in my life.”

Having suffered from a lack of support, such as losing to Brian Gay (USA) in overtime at the 2020 Bermuda Championship, he found a way to overcome the pressure on the field by himself, such as collaborating with a mental coach and reading psychological books, and finally succeeded.

Lim Seong-jae and Lee Kyung-hoon tied for 8th place with a total of 9 under par 275 strokes. Im Seong-jae recently recorded the top 10 in three consecutive competitions and the 7th top 10 of the season, and Lee Kyung-hoon succeeded in entering the top 10 for the 3rd time in the season. Kim Joo-hyung finished in a tie for 23rd (5 under par, 279 strokes), and Kim Si-woo finished in a tie for 43rd (1 under par, 283 strokes).

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