The second shot, hit with 190 yards left in hole 1 (par 5), hit the pin 90cm. This is the moment when Tiger Woods (48, USA), 카지노사이트who passed the cut with a chin-up, showed off the majesty of the ‘golf emperor’.
In the 3rd round of the PGA Tour Genesis Invitational (total prize money of 20 million dollars) held at the Riviera CC (par 71) in Pacific Palisades, California on the 19th (Korean time), Woods scored 1 eagle and 3 birdies, bogey. He tied one and shot a 4-under-par 67. Woods, who entered the third round with a 1-over-par tie for 58th until the second round, passed the cut and took the last car, recorded a median total of 3-under-par 210 strokes and raised the ranking to a tie for 26th.
Woods, who started a regular tournament 7 months after The Open in July last year, faltered with a 3-over-par 74 in the second round the previous day. I had to wait for the results of the rest of the game that day as the game was stopped due to sunset without the cut passing being confirmed, but fortunately, I was able to play the third round by narrowly passing the cut with a tie for 58th place.
It is the first time in nine months that Woods has passed the cut in a PGA Tour event since the PGA Championship in May last year. He finished the second round in a tie for 53rd at the time, but withdrew from the third round due to poor physical condition. If Woods plays the 4th round without any problems in this tournament, he will complete the 4th round of 72 holes in about 10 months since the Masters (tied for 47th) in April of last year.
Woods, who started the game on the 10th hole (par 4) that day, got a birdie from the first hole, and then reduced another stroke by putting the ball rolled with a putter from the 14th hole (par 3) fringe. At hole 1, the first hole of the second half, he hit his tee shot 316 yards and hit the second shot with an iron to the pin 90cm away, making an eagle. Woods, who added a birdie on the 5th hole (par 4), recorded his only bogey on the 7th hole (par 4).
Yon Ram (Spain), who is ranked 3rd in the world, reduced 6 strokes with 6 birdies without a bogey and rose to the sole lead at 15 under par. Ram, who won consecutive championships at the Sentry Tournament of Champions and American Express last month, will achieve his 3rd win of the season and 10th overall if he reaches the top in this tournament as well.
Max Homar took second place (12 under par) by three strokes, followed by Keith Mitchell in third place with 11 under par, and Patrick Cantlay (above USA) in fourth place with 10 under par. World No. 1 Scotty Scheffler (USA) was tied for 15th (5 under par), and world No. 3 Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland) lost two strokes and was tied for 18th (4 under par).
Among Korean players, Kim Joo-hyung (21) and Lim Seong-jae (25) tied for 45th with an intermediate total of 1 under par, recording the highest ranking. In the third round, Kim Joo-hyung wrote an even par, and Lim Seong-jae wrote a 3-over par. Kim Seong-hyeon (25) finished the third round with a tie for 55th (even par).