‘Reverse win’ Yon Ram, 3 wins already this year… Success in recapturing world number one

Yon Rahm succeeded in winning the PGA Tour Genesis Invitational come-from-behind and rose to the top of the men’s golf world rankings.토토사이트

On the 20th (Korean time), in the final round of the PGA Tour Genesis Invitational held at Pacific Palisades Riviera Country Club (par 71) in California, USA, Ram tied 5 birdies and 3 bogeys to hit 2 under par 69.

Ram, who recorded a final total of 17 under par 267 strokes, beat Max Homar by two strokes to reach the top. Rahm is on a terrifying rise this year. Last month he won the PGA Tour Sentry Champions Tournament and the American Express. He has already won 3 wins this year alone until this tournament. His personal career win on the PGA Tour reached 10 wins.

With this victory, he has risen to No. 1 in the world rankings to be announced on the 20th. 1 spot for the first time in 11 months since March last year. Scotty Scheffler, currently ranked number one in the world, was tied for 12th with an 8-under 276 in this tournament, failing to keep the world number one.

On this day, Ram completed a thrilling reversal drama. Up to the 12th hole, he slowed down with 3 birdies and 3 bogeys, giving Homa first place. Homa lost a stroke to bogey on the 13th hole to tie for the lead. Ram dropped a 14m birdie putt into the hole on the par 3 14th hole and rose to the sole lead. Later, on the 16th hole, he cut another stroke and widened the gap with Homa to two strokes. In the remaining two holes, he recorded a par save and confirmed the championship.

Tiger Woods, who participated in an official tournament after seven months, lost two strokes that day and tied for 45th with a final total of 1 under par 283 strokes. Woods, who was tied for 26th until the third round, tried to rise to the top, but failed to reduce the number of strokes in the final round.

Among Korean players, Kim Seong-hyun hit 3-under-par 281 and tied for 33rd place. Kim Joo-hyung tied for 45th with Woods. Im Seong-jae finished the tournament in a tie for 56th.

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