John Rahm (Spain) will challenge for three consecutive wins at the Farmers Insurance Open (total prize money of 8.7 million dollars), a PGA Tour event held this week.
In this tournament, which will be held for four days from the 26th (Korean time) at Torrey Pines Golf Course in San Diego, California, USA, Ram (3rd), Zander Shuffle (6th), Will Zalatoris (7th) and Colin Morikawa among the top 10 in the world ranking (8th place) and Justin Thomas (9th place). As Korean players, Lim Seong-jae (25), Kim Si-woo (28), An Byeong-hun (32), Kim Seong-hyeon (25), and Noh Seung-yeol (32) will participate. Kim Joo-hyeong (21), who tied for 6th in the American Express last week, is taking a break.
Rahm has won both PGA Tour matches in the new year. At the Sentry Tournament of Champions held in Hawaii three weeks ago, he hit 9 under par on the last day and succeeded in winning by 6 strokes against Morikawa. won the championship Ram won 4.14 million dollars (approximately 5.1 billion won) in just two matches.
Rahm is going to win three times in a row at Torrey Pines, a prestigious course in San Diego. Rahm has already won twice on this course. He won his first professional win at the 2017 Farmers Insurance Open and also succeeded in winning his first major at the 2021 US Open. At the current momentum, a three-game winning streak seems impossible. 카지노
Ram meets Morikawa and Thompson again this week. Morikawa, who suffered a record-breaking defeat at the Sentry Tournament of Champions, is taking a break in Hawaii before returning this week. It’ll be interesting to see if Rookie Thompson will battle Rahm for a second consecutive week with a good run this week like last week’s American Express.
Ram is in a state of turmoil, winning 4 out of the 6 matches he has recently played. Ram won the DP World Tour Spain Open in October of last year and also reached the top in December at the Tour Championship, the final round of the DP World Tour. Currently ranked 3rd in the world, but no matter who sees it, it is poised to rise to 1st place.
The competition begins on Wednesday local time and ends on Saturday. It is to avoid the AFC Championship and NFC Championship, the semi-final playoff games of the North American Football League (NFL) held on Sunday. The participating players alternately play the first and second rounds on Torrey Pines’ South Course (par 72/7765 yards) and North Course (par 72/7258 yards).