Occupying the top of the top ranker leaderboard… The championship competition sparks as much as the fervor of cheering

On the last day of the WM Phoenix Open, the second special event of the PGA Tour season, the top rankers are expected to compete to win the championship. The final round of the tournament will be held on the 13th (Korean time) at TPC Scottsdale (par 71), Arizona, USA, and will be broadcast live simultaneously from 2:00 am by JTBC Golf and JTBC Golf & Sports.

The total prize money of this tournament is 20 million dollars (approximately 25.09 billion won), and the winning prize is 3.6 million dollars (approximately 4.5 billion won). With the prize money more than doubled from last year, 18 players within the top 20 in the world rankings, including the top 3 such as Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland), Scotty Scheffler (USA), Scotty Scheffler (USA), and John Lam (Spain), ranked 3rd, as well as Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland), participated. . Depending on the results of this tournament, the rankings of the top rankers are expected to fluctuate.

After the third round of the tournament, on the first page of the leaderboard, leader Scotty Scheffler (world No. 2), joint 2nd place Yon Rahm (World No. 3), and joint 4th place Jordan Spieth (USA, World No. 17) There are four players in the world’s top 20, including Zander Shopley (USA, world No. 6), who is tied for 6th. Excluding Spieth, three players in the top 10 in the world are competing for the title. In particular, as McIlroy, the world’s No. 1, stagnated to a tie for 28th (3 under par) until the third round of the tournament, the possibility of Schaeffler and Ram recapturing the world’s No. 1 is highly predicted.

Schaeffler, who is also the ‘defending champion’ of this tournament, will defend his title in this tournament and challenge for a total of 5 wins on the tour. Scheffler, who reduced by one stroke each on holes 2 (par 4) and 4 (par 3) in the first half of the day, played a frustrating game as no birdie came out for the next 8 holes. Scheffler, who exchanged bogey on the 13th hole (par 5) and birdie on the 14th hole (par 4) and continued to score 12 under par, recorded a birdie at the 17th hole at the end of the second half and finished the game happily with a 13 under par. It is two strokes away from Ram (11 under par), who is tied for second place, and has the highest chance of winning so far. 스포츠토토

Meanwhile, this tournament was nicknamed the ‘Golf Liberation Zone’ for its free atmosphere where drinking beer or cheering loudly was allowed. In particular, in the 16th hole (par 3), nicknamed ‘Colosseum’, cheers come out when players make a great shot, and in particular, throwing plastic water bottles or beer cans that fans used to drink when there is a hole-in-one has become a cultural practice. Who will win the championship at the Phoenix Open, where golf fans can celebrate more fervently than any other tournament? JTBC Golf and JTBC Golf & Sports vividly convey the heat of the competition from 2 am on the 13th.

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