Bryson DeChambeau (USA) achieved his second win in LIV Golf.
DeChambeau shot 8 under par 63 in the final round of the 12th LIV Golf Tournament (total prize money of $25 million) held at Rich Harvest Farms (par 71) in Sugar Grove near Chicago, Illinois on the 25th (Korean time), finishing in the third round. He won with a total of 13 under par and 200 strokes.
DeChambeau, who beat Mark Leishman (Australia) and Anirban Lahiri (India) by one stroke, won again 50 days after winning his first LIV win in the 10th competition last August. DeChambeau, who had hit a 12-under-par 58 strokes in the final round during his first win, pulled off a comeback on this day by sweeping 9 birdies.
DeChambeau is the third player to win LIV Golf more than twice this season, following Taylor Gooch (USA) with 3 wins and Cameron Smith (Australia) with 2 wins.
DeChambeau, who teamed up with Lahiri, Charles Howell III (USA), and Paul Casey (England), also took first place in the team event and earned $4.75 million (approx. earned 6.34 billion won). When he first won, he earned about 5.2 billion won.토토사이트
Sebastian Muñoz (Colombia), who started the final round in the lead and expected his first win, lost two strokes and finished in fourth place (11 under par, 202 strokes). Brooks Koepka (USA), the only LIV player scheduled to participate in the Ryder Cup, is tied for 24th place (5 under par, 208 strokes).