And, winning the Charles Schwab Challenge… 2 wins overall

It was a thrilling victory.

Emiliano Griyo (31, Argentina) won the championship cup. 6 birdies, 2 bogeys, 1 double bogey in the final 4th round of the PGA Tour Charles Schwab Challenge (total prize money: $8.7 million) held at the Colonial Country Club (par 70, 7209 yards) in Fort Worth, Texas, USA on the 29th. I wrote a 2 under par 68 with a dog. With a final total of 8 under par, 272 strokes, he tied with Adam Schenk (USA) and reached the top after a close match that went to the second overtime. He became the main character of the championship prize money of 1,566,000 dollars (approximately 2.079 billion won).메이저사이트

2nd overall win. It has been 7 years and 7 months since he won his first PGA Tour title. Griyo previously defeated Kevin Na (USA) in overtime at the 2015 Open. Griyo started the day in a tie for 4th, 4 strokes behind the leader. He made a birdie on the 16th hole and took the lead by two strokes. An error occurred in an important situation. The tee shot I tried on the last 18th hole landed on the cart road. The ball fell into a ditch along a groove in the road. In the end, he had to continue playing on the road after receiving a penalty.

The overtime period was also full of tension. The god of luck turned to Griyo. The first overtime on the 18th hole. Griyo’s tee shot seemed to miss slightly, but the ball managed to come inside the fairway. The second overtime at the 16th hole was not much different. Griyo’s tee shot headed for the bunker on the right, but soon hit the periphery of the green and then climbed the slope to the side of the hole 1.4m away. On the other hand, Schenk’s tee shot landed in the rough. It was a moment of mixed joy and sorrow. Griyo, who caught the birdie putt, couldn’t hide his joy.

World number one Scotty Scheffler (USA) tied for third with a total of 7 under par 273 strokes. Scheffler also recorded a hole-in-one on the 8th hole that day. Ahn Byeong-hoon, who had been in the top 10 for three consecutive days, lost 4 strokes with 2 birdies and 6 bogeys, and was pushed back to 21st place. Marked a final total of 1 under par 279 strokes. Kim Si-woo tied for 29th with a final total of even par 280 with 2 birdies and 3 bogeys, and Lee Kyung-hoon tied for 57th with a 5 over par 285.

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