on the PGA Tour in 2000, is old and has not been doing well in recent years. He was praised as a seasoned player. He won his first win in 2002, two wins in 2007, and 11 years later, in 2018, he won three difficult wins at the RSM Classic. But that was it. As the world ranking fell below the 300th place while missing the cut, he turned his back on the PGA Tour in July of last year and moved to the newly launched LIV Golf Invitational Series. 메이저사이트
Such Howell won the opening game of the LIV Golf Series 2023 season and opened the second act of his golf life with a splendid start by winning a ‘jackpot’ of 6.2 billion won. In the 3rd round of the LIV Series Mayakoba Tournament (total prize money of $25 million) held at the El Cameleon Golf Course (par 71, 7045 yards) in Playa del Carmen, Mexico on the 27th, Howell showed off a perfect play, picking out 8 birdies without a bogey, He shot an 8-under-par 63. Howell, who recorded a final total of 16 under par and 197 strokes, comfortably beat Peter Uline (34, USA) by 4 strokes and lifted the thrilling championship trophy. Howell won the championship with a final total of 26 under par in the team event paired with Bryson Dishambeau (30, USA), a famous long hitter. Howell won 4.75 million dollars (approximately 6.2 billion won) in this tournament alone, adding his share of 750,000 dollars (approximately 980 million won) among the 3 million dollars in group prize money and 4 million dollars (approximately 5.27 billion won) in the individual event. was
Howeol, who finished the final round with a one-shot difference in third place, took the lead with six birdies in the first half alone, performing an exciting four-hole birdie show from holes 5 to 8. In the second half, he caught a birdie on the 10th hole (par 3) and kept the par well, reducing the number of strokes in the 17th hole (par 4) as well, putting a wedge in the game. Yuline, who had been co-leader until the previous day, improved by cutting 3 strokes that day, but it was not enough to stop Powell from going unstoppable. Taylor Gooch (USA), who was co-leader, was sluggish with a 5-over par. Cameron Smith (30, Australia), who has the highest world ranking (5th place) among LIV players, tied for 5th place (final total 6 under par 207 strokes).