On the first day of the PGA Tour Barracuda Championship, Noh Seung-yeol was unable to continue the ‘single leader’ flow and finished the tournament in a tie for 28th.카지노사이트
Noh Seung-yeol scored 6 points with 3 birdies in the final round of the tournament held at the Old Greenwood Course (par 71) at the Tahoe Mountain Club in Truckee, California on the 24th (Korean time).
The competition will be held in the Modified Stableford format. Points are awarded according to the performance of each hole, and the ranking is determined by the total score. An albatross is 8 points, an eagle is 5 points, a birdie is 2 points, a bogey is -1 point, and a double bogey or more is -3 points.
Noh Seung-yeol scored 30 points in four days and tied for 28th place. In the first round of the tournament, Noh Seung-yeol scored 23 points and started in first place. After winning the Zurich Classic in New Orleans in 2014, expectations were raised for the first championship in nine years.
However, they lost 5 points on the second day and fell to a tie for 12th place. On the third day, it fell to a tie for 15th. On this day, he added 6 points, but his ranking went down.
Akshay Bhatia, who scored 40 points in the final, lifted the championship cup after an overtime match against Patrick Rodgers. Bhatia, who enjoyed the joy of his first win in 36 PGA Tour events, received $684,000 in prize money (approximately 880 million won).
Bhatia, who had been playing on the PGA Tour as a special temporary member since finishing runner-up at the Puerto Rico Open in March, became an official member and qualified for the playoffs with this win.
After the game, Bhatia said, “It’s been a really tough road. I’ve been through a lot of good and bad things, but I knew I was coming here. As a special temporary member, this happened this year and now I’m happy beyond words to be able to compete in all competitions.”
On the other hand, Rogers, who was the lead in the third round, had to be satisfied with his fourth runner-up in his career. On this day, it was regrettable that Rogers missed a birdie on the 18th hole, which could have confirmed the championship.