Gareth Bale made his PGA Tour debut 23 days after leaving football.
Bale said on his personal SNS on the 10th of last month (Korean time), “I decided to retire. It was a tough decision. The journey from Southampton to LA FC was the best. “He announced his retirement.
“I felt proud during my club career and I was grateful to everyone. I played 111 games for my country and realized my dream. I am grateful to everyone who has been with me on this journey. The sacrifices of those who helped me cannot be expressed in words. I’m going to the next step now.”
After making his professional debut at Southampton, Bale moved to Tottenham Hotspur in 2007. Bale spread his wings at Tottenham. At the beginning of his career, he played as a wingback, but after changing his position to a winger, he showed off his peak skills by showing off his speed and goal-making ability. With this performance, Real started to recruit Bale, and wore a Real uniform for 101 million euros (approximately 137.4 billion won).
At the beginning of the transfer to Real Madrid, he continued his skills. He built the ‘BBC’ line with Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema. He also contributed greatly to Real’s achievement of winning the European Football Federation (UEFA) Champions League (UCL) three times in a row. However, injuries consistently hampered him. Bale has not been able to complete the season due to large and small injuries every season, and his position has gradually decreased. 스포츠토토
Later, he joined Los Angeles FC (LAFC) as a free agent ahead of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar. Although he was eliminated from the group stage with 1 draw and 2 losses at the World Cup stage, Bale became a Welsh national who stepped on the World Cup stage in 64 years.
After that, he abruptly left his football world. On the 10th of last month, Bale took off his soccer boots announcing his official retirement. However, he entered the world of golf right away. Bale’s love of golf is very well known. Even with injuries during his playing days, he never gave up on golf.
He immediately attended the convention. Bale participated in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. The tournament will be held in California, USA from the 2nd to the 6th local time, and this is the 77th tournament. The tournament is said to be held on three separate courses, starting at Spy Glass Hill Golf Course. Bale attended the event partnered with Joseph Bramlett of California, ranked No. 64 in the FedEx Cup.