This time, LIV Golf won…Abraham Answer won by 2 strokes

 Abraham Anser (Mexico) won the PIF Saudi International (total prize money of 5 million dollars), the opening game of the Asian Tour, by two strokes.

On the final day of the tournament held at the Royal Greens Golf & Country Club (par 70) near Jeddah, Saudi Arabia on the 5th (Korean time), Answer reduced two strokes with three birdies and one bogey, and came in second with a final total of 19 under par and 261 strokes, Cameron Young. (USA) by two strokes.

Unlike last week, in the final round that drew attention with the pride match between LIV Golf and the PGA Tour, Answer from LIV Golf won a complete victory. Last week at the Hero Dubai Desert Classic, World No. 1 Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland) won the championship by one stroke over Patrick Reed (USA), who is active at LIV Golf.

Answer, who entered the final round with a two-stroke lead, allowed Young, who had four birdies up to the 7th hole, to tie for the lead. However, he caught a birdie on the 8th hole (par 3) and took a two-stroke lead over Young, who committed the same bogey at the hole, and kept the lead until the last hole. Answer was pursued by one stroke again with a bogey on the ninth hole, but escaped the pursuit due to self-destruction of Young, who committed bogey and double bogey on the 13th and 15th holes. Young, who fell behind by 4 strokes, added birdies on the 16th and 18th holes belatedly, but it was not enough to overturn the game.

With this, Answer won the ‘Wire-to-Wire’ for the first time in the history of the competition, and won the prize money of 1 million dollars (approximately 1.25 billion won). In addition, after winning the 2018 Australian Open and the 2021 PGA Tour St. Jude Invitational, he won his third professional career in two years. Answer will challenge for a winning streak at the opening match of LIV Golf, which will be held in Mexico, her home country, on the 25th. 먹튀검증

Among Korean players, Moon Kyung-Jun had the best score. On the final day, Kyung-Jun Moon performed a hot game, catching 7 birdies without a bogey, and tied for 12th place with a final total of 9 under par. After that, Park Sang-hyun caught 6 birdies in the no-bogi and tied for 18th place with a final total of 8 under par.

Kim Young-soo, who won the Genesis Grand Prize last year, tied for 28th with a final total of 6 under par, catching three birdies. Lee Tae-hee made only 4 birdies up to the 17th hole, but made a quadruple bogey on the 18th hole (par 5), leaving a regretful finish with an even par for 58th place.