Bahamas: Scheffler wins, Woods finishes 18th



by ANDREA GUSSONI

Bahamas: Scheffler wins, Woods finishes 18th
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After his disappointing Ryder Cup experience, Scottie Scheffler returned to the court and claimed victory at the Hero World Challenge, with a total of 268 (-20) shots, in the Bahamas. Tiger Woods, returning after almost eight months of absence, finished his foundation's tournament in 18th place, with a score of 288 (par).

Despite the result, Woods said he was satisfied to be back on the court, and announced the possibility of participating in one tournament a month. Woods' final round was par, with five birdies and three bogeys, but also a double bogey.

Seriousness and professionalism dominate the tone of the story, and the reader is never addressed, avoiding the use of exclamation points.

Tiger Woods, results

On the Albany Golf Club course (par 72), Scheffler proved to be the best of the moment.

The American, world number 1, put a gap of three strokes between himself and the Austrian Sepp Straka, ranked second with a score of 271 (-17), and Justin Thomas, third with 272 (-16). Regarding his performance, the 27-year-old from Ridgewood (New Jersey) said that he worked hard in particular on his short game technique, and that the results were seen immediately.

His success at the tournament earned him a million dollars and reaffirmed his leadership, in a total prize pool of 4,500,000 dollars. This victory concludes a mixed 2023 for Scheffler, which began with success at the Phoenix Open last February, but was characterized by a disappointing performance at the Ryder Cup in Rome.

The winner of The Masters 2022 has attracted the interest of LIV Golf, the Arab Super League, together with the Spaniard Jon Rahm. Now new ventures await the American golfer. Eldrick Tont Woods, known as Tiger Woods (Cypress, December 30, 1975), is a renowned American golfer.

His skill on the course is unrivaled, being considered by many to be the best golfer of all time and certainly the greatest of the modern era. He triumphed in 110 professional tournaments, including 15 majors, thus setting the record for the most titles won in the history of golf.

He topped the OWG world rankings for an impressive 683 weeks, with an impressive run of 281 consecutive weeks at No. 1 from June 2005 to 2010. He accomplished the unique feat of winning all four majors of the era. modern within a calendar year, between 2000 and 2001.

With a wealth currently estimated at 1.8 billion dollars by 2023, Tiger Woods is the second highest paid athlete ever, after Michael Jordan. In 2014, he became the first athlete in the world to earn over a billion dollars through success and endorsements.

Despite his numerous victories and important roles in the world of sports, Woods received a great honor from the President of the United States of America Donald Trump in 2019, receiving the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the country's highest civilian honor.

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