Bryson DeChambeau's LIV Golf Rush: 58-Stroke Victory on the Greenbrier Course. The American player signed a prodigious last turn with 13 birdies, four pairs and a single bogey to equal the best target ever signed in the big professional circuits, however out of 58 there will be no tendency to have the same recognition that the previous players therefore could place the ball in the street to clean it, something prohibited without penalty in the traditional circuits.
Bryson DeChambeau, results
DeChambeau, one of the great golfers recruited in the checkbook cup for the controversial and million-dollar Arab Super League, gave a sober recital that I was about to crown with the best result of the history of a professional player: I haven't come In terms of this bogey in the Hole 8 he could have finished with a card of 57 strokes without precedents, perhaps the one achieved by David Carey in the Matterhorn Open of the Alps Tour in 2019.
Jim Furyk in the American tour (Travelers Championship'2016), Ryo Ishikawa in Japan (The Crowns'2010), Kim Sheong Hyeon also in Japan (Golf Partner Pro-Am'2021), Jason Bohn in the Canadian (Bayer Championship '2011 ), Stephan Jaeger in the Korn Ferry Tour (Ellie Mae Classic'2016) and Spanish Alejandro Del Rey in the European Challenge (Swiss Challenge'2021) are other players who scored 58 goals in detached circuits.
For now, no one has logged him on the European tour, whose record of 59 belongs to Oliver Fisher from the 2018 Masters of Portugal. DeChambeau, 29 years old and former world number 4, holds a Grand Slam in his record, at the US Open of 2020, and is considered one of the golfers with the best punching in the world.
Between the 68 strikes of the winter, the North American hit the Saturday with a target of 61 strikes that I had a portentous continuity with the 58 of Sunday for a total of only 119 strikes to liquidate the 36 players of the end of the week ( -twenty-one).
Bryson, who embossed four million dollars for his individual victory, went into the tournament with a total of 187 goals (-23), seven goals from Mito Pereira (193), while Spanish David Puig (194) shared the third place with Richard Bland and Matthew Wolff. Sergio Garcia (198) finished 12th.
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