Rose, who fell into a slump, won the PGA Tour in 4 years… 11 wins overall

Justin Rose (43, England) lifted the US Professional Golf (PGA) Tour championship trophy for the first time in four years.

Rose won the final round of the PGA Tour AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am held at Pebble Beach Golf Links (par 72) in California on the 7th (Korean time) with a 6 under par (66 pars) and a total of 4 rounds with a total of 18 under par (269 pars). . He beat Brandon Todd and Brandon Wu (above, USA, 15 under par, 272 strokes), who were tied for second place, and rose to the top in about four years after winning the Farmers Insurance Open in January 2019. It was his 11th PGA Tour victory. 메이저놀이터

Due to bad weather, Rose played only nine holes on the 6th, which was originally scheduled to close, and played the remaining nine holes that day. He took two days to complete the final round.

“It was an incredible week from start to finish,” said Rose. “Everything went as planned. It was a perfect ending.” “It took me a long time to win again,” he said. “I am satisfied that I can compete in the four major tournaments with this trophy.”

Rose, once ranked No. 1 in the world, 2013 US Open champion and 2016 Olympic gold medalist in Rio de Janeiro, fell into a severe slump in 2020 when she turned 40. He rarely participated in competitions, and back pain plagued him.

With this victory, Rose, who received 1.62 million dollars in prize money, also enjoyed the joy of winning the qualification to participate in the Masters, which could have been stopped. He has been attending the Masters tournament since 2011, and with the victory on this day, he secured the right to participate in the Masters held in April. Rose said, “I played the tournament thinking about participating in the Masters all the time.” The world ranking, which was 71st, also rose to 35th, and receiving the right to participate in the US Open, Open, and PGA Championship, which is given to those within 50th place, was also in a stable position.

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