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The final round of two days… The rose that bloomed with great effort

Justin Rose (43, England, photo) lifted the championship trophy for the first time in four years, washing away a long championship drought.

In the final 4th round of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am of the American Professional Golf (PGA) Tour, which ended at Pebble Beach Golf Links (par 72) in California on the 7th, Rose won with a final total of 18 under par 269 by hitting 6 under par 66. It is three strokes behind Brendan Todd (38) and Brandon Wu (26, USA, 15 under par, 272 strokes), who are tied for second place. Rose, who had no relationship with the championship since the Farmers Insurance Open in January 2019, received a prize money of 1.62 million dollars 안전놀이터. It was his 11th win on the PGA Tour.

With this victory, Rose is expected to receive the right to participate in four major tournaments (Masters, US Open, The Open, PGA Championship). Rose, who was ranked No. 1 in the world for about three months from October 2018, had a goal this season to participate in the Masters. Rose is expected to raise her world ranking from 71st to 35th and participate in all four major tournaments. Born in 1980, Rose became the oldest player to win the PGA Tour since Phil Mickelson (53, USA), who won the PGA Championship in May 2021.

Inclement weather forced Rose to play the final round over two days. In the 9 holes the previous day, he reduced 3 strokes with an eagle on the 6th hole (par 5), and in the remaining 9 holes that day, he recorded 3 birdies without bogey, confirming the championship. “It was an unbelievable tournament from the beginning to the end,” said Rose. In order to do that, I needed the right to participate in major tournaments more than anything else.” Rose’s only major win was the 2013 US Open.

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