Justin Rose (England) has a chance to win the PGA Tour for the first time in four years.
On the 6th (Korean time), Rose reduced 3 strokes to the 9th hole of the 4th round 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, leading with a total of 15 under par in the middle. rose to
The tournament was not held properly due to the strong wind that blew the course the previous day, so the third round was held over two days. The final round, which started in the afternoon, was postponed as the sun went down.
The remaining matches of the final round will be held on Monday, the 7th, local time.
Rose, who once ranked No. 1 in the world, has won 10 career wins on the PGA Tour, but has not won for four years since winning the Farmers Insurance Open in 2019. 메이저놀이터
Rose started to look at hole 1 (par 4) of the final round, but after making up for it with a birdie on hole 2 (par 5), he caught an eagle on hole 6 (par 5) and gained momentum.
The tee shot that fell into the fairway bunker was hit 217 yards with an iron, and after putting the ball on the green, he neatly put a 2m eagle putt.
Rose, who also added a birdie in the following hole 7 (par 4), postponed the game to tomorrow with a two-stroke lead over Peter Malnutty, Brandon Todd, and Denny McCarthy (USA).
Malnutty, who played alongside Rose, continued to compete for the championship by reducing two strokes.
Todd drove 5 under par until the 12th hole, and McCarthy reduced 7 strokes to the 15th hole, but it doesn’t look easy to reverse as there are not many holes left.
Kang Seong-hoon (36), who desperately needed a top prize, finished the final round with a 4 under par 68 strokes. Kang Seong-hoon, who submitted a total of 7 under par 280 strokes, tied for 28th place, making it impossible to win within the 10th place.
Kim Seong-hyeon (25), who hit 4 under par up to the 16th hole, also tied for 33rd place with an interim total of 6 under par.
Ahn Byeong-hun (32) tied for 40th with 5 under par with 3 holes left, and Noh Seung-yeol (32), who played 4 fewer holes, was tied for 67th with 1 over par.