Asian Tour opening match ‘LIV wave’ Anser wins
The LIV group laughed at the Saudi International Asian Tour, which took on the aspect of a proxy war between LIV Golf and the PGA Tour.
Abraham Anser (Mexico), who is active at LIV Golf, scored two strokes in the final round of the Saudi International (total prize money of $5 million) held at the Royal Greens Golf GC (par 70, 7048 yards) in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia on the 5th (local time). He won with a final total of 19 under par 261 strokes. Cameron Young (USA) finished runner-up by two strokes with a final total of 17 under par 263 strokes. 토토사이트
Anser did not miss first place from the first round to the final day of this tournament and added joy by winning the ‘Wire to Wire’. The prize money for this tournament is 1 million dollars (approximately 1.25 billion won). “The putt was really good,” Anser said. He also said that his tee shot was not good until the middle of the first half, but he was able to make up for it thanks to his chip shot.”
This tournament drew attention as Anser, who is active in LIV Golf, and Young, a member of the PGA Tour, faced each other in the championship group. With Anser’s victory, the LIV group seemed to have a chance to win, but the rest of the players were sluggish and ended up with only half a victory. Famous players such as Cameron Smith (Australia), Bubba Watson, Bryson DeChambeau, and Phil Mickelson (above USA), who are considered LIV golf’s signature players, failed to pass the cut.
Among Korean players, Kyung-Jun Moon cut 7 strokes on this day alone and tied for 12th with a final total of 9 under par, recording the highest ranking.