Choi Kyung-joo ‘tied for 18th place’… Stricker ‘Winning Opening Day’

Kyung-Joo Choi played the final 3rd round of the PGA Champions (Senior) Tour Mitsubishi Electric Championship (total prize money of 2 million dollars), which ended at Hualalai Golf Club (par 72, 7053 yards) in Kaupulehu, Hawaii, USA on the 21st (local time). 4 under par and tied for 18th place (9 under par 207 strokes). This tournament is the ‘Wangjungwangjeon’, where the champions of the Champions Tour majors for the past five years and the champions of the last two years compete. This year, 42 people entered the mound.

Choi Kyung-ju swept 5 birdies (1 bogey). After birdies on holes 7 and 10, he caught his breath for a while by bogeying hole 11 (par 4), and then made three consecutive birdies on holes 13 to 15. The accuracy of the fairway landing rate of 85.71% and the green hit rate of 94.44% stood out. Choi Kyung-joo started last week at the regular tour, the Sony Open, and then started on the Champions Tour.

Steve Stricker (USA) recorded a 7-under-par 65 with 1 eagle and 5 birdies. He shot 193 strokes for a final total of 23 under par, comfortably beating the tied for second place players by six strokes. The winning prize is $340,000 (410 million won). 카지노 Stricker has won 12 wins on the PGA regular tour and 12 wins on the Champions Tour, which is for those over 50.

Mike Weir (Canada) and Darren Clark (Ireland) tied for 2nd (17-under 199 strokes), Ernie Els (South Africa) tied for 6th (16-under 200 strokes), Miguel Angel Jimenez (Spain) 9th (13-under 203 strokes) , Bernhard Langer (Germany) tied for 10th (12 under par, 204 strokes), and Fred Couples (USA) finished the tournament with a tie for 12th (11 under par, 205 strokes).

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