Illusion Eagle’ Tiger Woods, tied for 26th in 3R

The ‘golf emperor’,온라인카지노 who went on a regular tour after 7 months, managed to pass the cut, and then swung a blow on Moving Day and raised the rankings significantly.

Tiger Woods (48, USA) won the Genesis Invitational (total prize of 20 million dollars) on the US Professional Golf (PGA) tour held at the Riviera Country Club (par 71) in Pacific Palisades, California, USA on the 19th (Korean time). 26 billion won) In the third round, he recorded 1 eagle, 3 birdies, and 1 bogey, and shot 4 under par 67. Woods, who struggled to advance to the finals by crossing the ‘cut line’ with a total of 1-over-par tied for 58th until the second round, jumped to 26th with a total of 3-under-par 210 strokes.

Woods finished the second round the day before, but as some players did not finish the game due to the sunset, Woods waited for the remaining results of the second round and entered the third round when the cut was decided.

After getting off to a good start with a birdie on the 10th (par 4) hole, his first hole, he reduced another stroke by hitting the ball rolled from the fringe with the putter on the 14th (par 3) hole. The first hole of the second half, No. 1 (par 5) Eagle, was impressive enough to remind me of my heyday. After sending the tee shot 289m, with 173m remaining, the second shot from the rough with an iron was placed 1m inside the hole cup, reducing two strokes at once. Woods, who added a birdie on the 5th (par 4) hole, recorded the only bogey on the day on the 7th (par 4) hole, but overall it was close to a flawless play.

In particular, since he eventually apologized for the incident of belittling women in the first round, the blow in the third round became even more prominent. When Woods’ best friend, Justin Thomas (USA), who played with him in the ninth hole in the first round, hit a tee shot less than his, Woods was caught handing over a tampon-type sanitary pad with the meaning of ‘playing like a woman’, causing controversy. Eventually, as the scandal spread, Woods made an official apology the next day, saying, “It was a joke, it was not a bad intention,” and “I’m sorry if I hurt others in any way.”

It was the first time in nine months since the PGA Championship in May last year that Woods, who returned to the field with an indomitable will after facing the risk of ending his life in a car accident in February 2021, passed the cut at a PGA Tour event. At the time, he passed the cut with a tie for 53rd, but withdrew due to poor physical condition in the third round. After missing the cut at the Open Championship in July of last year, he returned to the field after 7 months through this tournament held by his foundation. If he manages the schedule without any problems on the 20th, he will complete the regular 4th round in 10 months since the Masters Tournament (47th place), which was a return match in April of last year.

The top of the leaderboard was occupied by world number 3 Jon Ram (Spain). Ram took 6 birdies without a single bogey and jumped to the sole lead with a total of 15 under par. She is three strokes behind second place Max Homa (USA, 12 under par). Rahm, who won the Sentry Tournament of Champions and the American Express consecutively in January this year, has reached three wins this year and a career-high 10 wins on the PGA Tour.

Kim Joo-hyung (21) and Lim Seong-jae (25) tied for 45th with 1-under 212 strokes, the highest among our players, and Kim Seong-hyun (25) was tied for 55th even par.


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