‘Major Tazza’ jackpot of 5.7 billion won

‘Golf Emperor’ Tiger Woods showed up at Augusta, where the Masters was held, announcing the return of the season for masters. Brooks Koepka, who moved to the LIV Golf Series last year, is raising the mood by winning the LIV Golf Tournament for the second time.

Koepka won the 3rd round of the LIV Golf 2023 season (total prize money of $25 million) held at the Orange County National (par 71, 7248 yards) in Orlando, Florida, USA on the 3rd (Korean time), 3 with 4 birdies and 1 bogey in the 3rd round. He shot an under par 68.

Koepka, who recorded a final total of 15 under par 198 strokes, beat second place Sebastian Muñoz by one stroke and lifted his second championship since moving to LIV. Koepka is the first player to win two individual matches in the LIV Series, which was launched in June of last year. Koepka received $4 million in prize money for the individual championship and $375,000, or 25% of the prize money for the runner-up in the team event, and received $4,375,000 in prize money (approximately 5.73 billion won) in this event alone. 안전놀이터

Koepka, who has gained momentum by winning this tournament, is also aiming for the Masters, the first major tournament of the season, which opens in Augusta, Georgia, on the 6th. Koepka, who won the US Open in 2017 and 2018 and the PGA Championship in 2018 and 2019, is the best runner-up in the Masters in 2019. Koepka is literally a ‘major hunter’ and ‘major tazza’ who won 4 out of 8 victories on the PGA Tour in major tournaments.

This year’s Masters will be the first match between LIV players and PGA Tour players, who held their first tournament in June last year. As for the overall major tournaments, last year’s US Open and The Open held a clash between PGA Tour and LIV players, and PGA Tour players won the championship.

Meanwhile, Woods showed up at the Augusta National Golf Club, where the Masters was held, and announced the approach of the tournament. On that day, Woods, who entered the practice range with his caddy Joe La Cava and his friend Rob McNamara, was caught limping while walking. Woods checked wedges, short irons, fairway woods and drivers in turn.


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