Norway’s Viktor Hovland endured the dramatization of Sunday’s PGA Trip Hero Globe Obstacle demo event, defeating United States Scottie Scheffler by 2 strokes on the 72nd opening.
Hovland signed up with event host Tiger Woods as the only successive champion in case’s 23-year background, duplicating in 2014’s win.
The Norwegian was up 2 factors when they got to the 18th opening, as well as his shot jumped off a verdant shelter as well as came down on the harsh surface over it.
His angle shot remained in the water, yet after discovering the environment-friendly he fired long to restrict the damages to a bogey.
His card in the last round of 69 (-3) shots provided him an overall of 272 (-16) appeals the Albany area in the Bahamas.
” I really did not play that well in the back 9, yet it sufficed to win me over,” Hovland claimed.
Spaniard Jon Rahm ultimately completed 8th with 283 shots (-5) together with South Oriental Im Sung-jae.
15-time Conquest champion American Tiger Woods got on hand to provide the prize to Hovland.
The American super star experienced plantar fasciitis in his ideal foot, which was influenced by a career-threatening injury in an auto mishap in The golden state in February 2021.
Woods claimed today that he intends to play a 12-hole exhibit suit versus Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth as well as Justin Thomas on December 10.
He will certainly additionally play along with his child Charlie at the PNC Champion household occasion on December 17-18.
Able to drive a wheelbarrow at both occasions, Woods claimed strolling the training course continues to be the greatest barrier in event golf.
Nevertheless, he claimed his objective is to play in all 4 significant champions as well as a couple of even more competitions in 2023.
– Result of the PGA Trip Hero Globe Obstacle in the Bahamas. (Par-72):
1. Viktor Hovland (NOR) 272 (69-70-64-69)
2. Scottie Scheffler (United States) 274 (72-68-66-68)
3. Cameron Youthful (United States) 276 (71-69-68-68)
4. Xander Schauffele (United States) 277 (72-68-69-68)
5. Justin Thomas (United States) 278 (72-70-66-70)
6. Colin Morikawa (United States) 279 (69-71-69-70)
7. Tony Finau (United States) 282 (72-72-70-68)
8. Im Sung-jae (KOR) 283 (74-71-70-68)
Jon Rahm (ESP) 283 (73-71-68-71)
10. Kim Joo-hyung (KOR) 284 (69-72-74-69)
Sepp Straka (AUT) 284 (69-74-70-71)
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