[서울=뉴스핌] Reporter Kim Yong-seok = Rory McIlroy raised the 19th trophy in PGA’s career in’Own Garden’.
Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland) is a birdie in the fourth round of the PGA Tour Wells Fargo Championship (total prize of $8.1 million) held at the Quailhalo Club (par 71) in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA on the 10th (Korean time). He hit 3 under par 68 with 4 and 1 bogie.
|[서울=뉴스핌] Reporter Kim Yong-seok = Rory McIlroy, who won 19 victory in the PGA career. [사진= 로이터 뉴스핌] 2021.05.10 [email protected]|
|[서울=뉴스핌] Reporter Kim Yong-seok = Bryson Deshambo, who ended the contest after the commotion of the turnaround. [사진= 로이터 뉴스핌] 2021.05.09 [email protected]|
With a final total of 10 under par 274, McIlroy beat second place Abraham Anser (Mexico) with a single stroke.
McIlroy won the tournament at Quailhalo for the third time. In 2010, he won the PGA Tour’s first victory in the tournament, and he reached the top again following 2015. The winning prize is $1458,000 (about 1.63 billion won).
McIlroy, who started tied for second place on the same day, jumped to the sole leader by catching a birdie at the 3rd (par 4) and 7th (par 5). On the other hand, Keith Mitchell (USA), who was the lead, fell in the rankings, guilty of successively at the 5th (par 4) and 6th (par 3) holes. Afterwards, McIlroy finished with two consecutive birdies at the 14th (par 4) and the 15th (par 5), and finished with the last 18th hole (par 4).
This was followed by Abraham Anser (Mexico) in second place (9 under par), followed by Keith Mitchell and Victor Hoblan (Norway) in third place.
Bryson DeChambo, who thought he was eliminated from the cut, went home and returned to his private plane, boasting his steel stamina with a tie for ninth place (4 under par). After the second round, he traveled to and from his home in Dallas, Texas, 1600 km away. It’s more than 3 hours away.
DeChambo, who finished the third round with a tie for 23rd, took a tie for ninth place in the fourth round by reducing three strokes to five buddies and two bogies, and climbed to No. 1 in the FedEx Cup rankings.
Lee Gyeong-hoon was tied for 58th (over 5 par), and Choi Gyeong-ju was tied for 70th (8 over par, 292 strokes).