Spanish golfer Jon Rahm (29) won his first Masters Tournament title in his career. He rose to the top by beating Phil Mickelson (53) and Brooks Koepka (33) by four strokes.
On the 10th (Korean time), Jon Rahm recorded a 3 under par 69 in the final round of the 87th Masters Tournament held at Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia, USA.
With this, Ram, who recorded a total of 12 under par 276, won the championship beating Mickelson and Koepka. Ram received 3.24 million dollars (approximately 4.275 billion won) as the winning prize.
Jon Ram, nicknamed ‘Rambo’ because of his good physique, enjoyed victory wearing a green jacket that only winners can wear.
With this tournament, Jon Lam won his 11th personal championship, moving from 3rd to 1st in the world rankings. It is the first time in six years since Sergio Garcia (43) in 2017 that a Spanish player has reached the top in the Masters.
Although he missed the championship, the 53-year-old Mickelson’s performance was also evaluated to be dazzling.토스카지노 With this match, Mickelson became the oldest player in Masters history to finish in the top 5. Mickelson swung hard until the final round, showing a different course from his rival Tiger Woods (48), who withdrew earlier.
Meanwhile, among Korean players, Kim Joo-hyung (21) and Lim Seong-jae (25) tied for 16th with a final 2 under par 286 strokes. Lee Gyeong-hoon (32) tied for 23rd, and Kim Si-woo (28) finished the tournament with a tie for 29th.
The Masters is considered one of the four major PGA tournaments along with The Open (British Open), which is held in England, and the PGA Championship and US Open in the United States. If you win all four of these tournaments, it is called a Grand Slam.