Henderson’s first wire-to-wire win in Opening Day ‘reserved’￼
Brooke Henderson (Canada) came one step closer to winning the first wire-to-wire event ever.
Henderson won the Hilton Grand Vacations Tournament of Champions (total prize of 1.5 million), the LPGA tour season opener, held at the Lake Nona Golf & Country Club (par 72, 6617 yards) in Orlando, Florida, USA on the 22nd (Korean time). Dollar) On the third day of the tournament, he reduced 3 strokes in the 3rd round. Henderson, who recorded an interim total of 14 under par and 202 strokes, maintained the sole lead for three days in a row.
If he doesn’t give up the lead on the last day, he wins wire-to-wire. In this competition, there has been no case of winning without giving up a single leading position from 1 to 4. Henderson’s chances of winning are high as World No.
This tournament is in the nature of a king among kings, with 29 winners competing for the championship in the last two years. Not a single Korean player participated in this year’s event. Henderson has no winning experience in this competition, but is strong enough to not be pushed out of the ‘Top 10’ once in the last four years. Henderson finished 5th in 2019, tied for 4th in 2020, 9th in 2021 and 2nd last year. 메이저사이트
Henderson has 12 career wins on the LPGA Tour, including two majors. His most recent win is the Evian Championship, a major tournament in July of last year. Henderson is experimenting with replacing the club and ball with TaylorMade this year instead of the Ping, which he has been using since his junior days.
Maya Stark (Sweden) and Charlie Hull (England) were tied for 4th place (interim total 9 under par 207 strokes), while defending champion Daniel Kang (30), a Korean-American, was tied for 6th place (interim total 6 under par 210 strokes). seated
In the celebrity division of this competition, where pros and celebrities are held in a pro-am style, Mardi Fish (USA), the winner in 2021, took the lead for two days in a row with an interim total of 117 points. ‘Prosthetic leg golfer’ Chad Pfeiffer (USA) and former ice hockey player Jeremy Ronick (above US) are tied for second place with 103 points. ‘Golf Empress’ Annika Sorenstam (Sweden) was in 4th place with 102 points.