Justin Rose (43, England), who was ranked No. 1 in the world, challenges the top of the US Professional Golf (PGA) Tour in four years.
On the 6th (Korean time), at Pebble Beach Golf Links (par 72) in Monterey, California, USA, Rose made one eagle and two birdies, bogie from the final 4th round of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am (total prize money of 9 million dollars) to the 9th hole. I tied one and hit 3 under par.
When Rose, who started in the last group, left the second shot on the 10th hole (par 4), the horn sounded to signal the end of the game, and Rose left the field. Rose, who beat the tied second place group by two strokes with a total of 15 under par, will play the remaining games at 1:00 a.m. on the 7th, Korean time, to determine the direction of victory.
The third round was held over two days due to strong winds the day before, and the final fourth round, which started following the third round, was postponed as the sun went down.
Rose, who once climbed to No. 1 in the world rankings, will challenge for a total of 11 wins on the PGA Tour four years after the Farmers Insurance Open in January 2019.
Rose started to watch the first hole (par 4), but after a birdie on the second hole (par 5), he caught an eagle on the sixth hole (par 5) and gained momentum. Although his tee shot fell into a fairway bunker, he dropped the ball 2.5m away from the pin with an iron from the bunker and made an eagle putt. He added a 5.5m birdie in hole 7 (par 3).
Denny McCarthy (USA) drove 7 under par to the 15th hole, recording a total of 13 under par, and tied for second place with Peter Malnatty and Brandon Todd (USA).
Among Korean players, Kang Seong-hoon (36) ranks highest. Kang Seong-hoon made 7 birdies and committed 3 bogeys that day, reducing 4 strokes and ending the game. Kang Seong-hun, who was tied for 28th place with a total of 7 under par 280 strokes, had already finished the game and it was not easy to enter the top ranks. 온라인바카라
Kim Seong-hyeon (25) reduced 4 strokes during 16 holes to rank in a tie for 33rd (6 under par), and Ahn Byeong-hoon (32) reduced 3 strokes in 15 holes to rank in a tie for 40th place (5 under par). . Noh Seung-yeol (32) was tied for 67th (1 over par), falling behind.