Patrick Reed won the WGC-Mexico

American Golfer Patrick Reed ignored the scandal to focus on playing and then crowned at the PGA Tour, WGC-Mexico Championship at -18 on February 23.

Besides the pressure to compete with the big stars, Reed also suffered a mental burden right before the tournament in Mexico. It was then that Brooks Koepka gave an interview with SiriusXM and reiterated the allegations of Reed cheating when he hit the ball from the wasteland on the Hero World Challenge two months ago. Then, former CBS analyst Peter Kostis also helped with the number two golfer in the world.

However, Reed remained silent, focusing only on the challenges of Chapultepec, par71. Then the 29-year-old golfer responded with a steady performance while the other stars were erratic. Reed in turn went through the first 36 holes with a score of 69 and 63 strokes and belonged to the championship group with 67 sticks in the penultimate round.

In the cup competition, Reed started in the final group at position T2 with a score of -14, and had a birdie in the entry hole. In the first half, up to four people shared the top spot. But Bryson DeChambeau competed in the penultimate group to break through with five birdies through six holes, starting at the 9th hole. He scored 10 consecutive par points, from hole 2 to hole 11.

At the end of Hole 14, DeChambeau took the lead with two strokes. However, the golfer nicknamed “Crazy Doctor” misses the opportunity to increase the gap because of birdie sliding at holes 15 and 16. Next, DeChambeau took up to three putt to be able to finish hole 17, par3 with bogey. This drop of club also shattered his advantage.

Meanwhile, Reed still lurched forward, starting with holding the par to not fall further, by putting three meters in hole 11 and 2.4 meters in hole 13. From hole 15 to hole 17 , Reed constantly recorded birdie. Leaving the penultimate green pit, he took a two-stroke lead in his hand.

In hole 18, par4, Reed tackles the tree and is just a chip away from the fairway. Next, he put the ball on the green, 10.6 meters from the crater and then took two putt to finish the hole at the bogey p oint, just enough to win with a stroke difference. In eight PGA Tour cups, seven times Reed won with this advantage. The trophy at Chapultepec earned Reed $ 1.82 million and ranked eighth in the world.

DeChambeau finished in front of Reed at -17, finished second and received $ 1.15 million. He went to green hole 18 to congratulate his seniors over three years old. “He fought hard and finally defeated me. It was a deserved victory,” said DeChambeau.

Jon Rahm and Van Rooyen shared the third spot with a score of -15, and each earned $ 600,000. World’s number one McIlroy reached -14, closing in the top 5 overall, getting $430,000.

Winning in the humiliation Hero World Challenge is still shady, Reed said: “I am used to it. To be honest, in the end, the important thing is to control yourself and the things on the field and on the field. “Trying to improve day by day and to set an example for the next generation is my dedication. I think I do it well.”

At the Hero World Challenge, the camera captures Reed twice using the sand head to facilitate a shot from the wasteland. Reed accepted to be fined two sticks after the above situation and explained that “the angle of rotation affects the truth”. That was the only time he publicly defended.

Adam Scott owned his first Cup

Former Masters champion, Adam Scott, won his first Cup in nearly four years, when he was crowned at the Australian PGA Championship on the Royal Pines yesterday.

Since 2013, the Australian PGA Championship PGA takes place annually on the Royal Pines in Scott’s home state of Queensland. Also at this tournament 2,700 days ago, he was crowned at -14.

This year, Scott was not in the top group holding group after the first two rounds. However, the birdie in the last two holes in the penultimate round helped him monopolize the top of the table with a score of -10. Entering the final round with a one-yard lead, Scott took the advantage to 2 birdie sticks at the entrance hole. However, Scott’s consecutive par points at 6 holes later created opportunities for others to close the gap.

In the 8th hole, the former world number one kicked in water and scored the first bogey on the scoreboard. At this time, he shared the leading position with Michael Hendry, Cameron Davis, Nick Flanagan. At the end of the first half, the group holds the top of the table and Scott, Hendry, Flanagan. At the end of the 10th hole, Hendry monopolized the top of the board at a distance of one stroke.

In the last six matches, the Cup competition is only a two-horse race. Scott again shared the top spot with birdie in hole 14, while Hendry scored bogey. In the next hole, he broke away with a two-stroke difference by an eagle point. At hole 16, Hendry shortened the gap to a birdie stick, while Scott reached par. However, in the last two pits, the New Zealand golfer bogey in a row and finished at -11. As for Scott, after eagle at hole 15, he only lost one more stick in hole 18, and was crowned with -13.

Considering the specifications, from the tee box to the green, Scott hit the ball firmly. But it was the two saved par that played a key role in rediscovering the winning taste of Australian golfer. It is the par point in hole 12 from the position where the shot cannot be made, and in the penultimate hole after hitting the ball to overtake the green at a distance.

Winning the Cup after years of waiting, Scott said: “There are a few times I think I’m probably not able to win anymore, partly because I’m old. The feeling of being crowned this time is great, especially closing a year striving in sweet “.

Besides the prize money of nearly $ 172,000, the Australian PGA Championship PGA championship helped Scott jump 5 places, to 13th in the world. Runner-up, Hendry took $ 114,000. Up to five T3 players in the final score got -10, each receiving $ 45,000.

The Australian PGA Championship has been on the European Tour schedule since 2016. This year, the tournament has a total prize fund of $ 1,662 million.

Scott became a professional in 2000. After 19 years, this golfer has 13 PGA Tour titles, including a major, 11 trophies in the top European arena. Scott held the number one spot in the world for 11 weeks in 2014. His latest PGA Tour victory was the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship on March 6, 2016.

McIlroy wants to take Koepka’s number one sport in the world

World number two Golfer Rory McIlroy did not hide his ambition to end 2019 at the top of the world scoreboard.

“I have achieved what I want this year,” McIlroy said on the PGA Tour. “I want to end the year really well, because I feel I deserve a wonderful ending.”

In 2019, McIlroy won three championships, including major ones like The Players and Tour Championship. Golfer Northern Ireland also won the FedEx Cup and won the best award of the year PGA Tour. With Brooks Koepka suffering from a knee injury and not attending a tournament from now until the end of the year, McIlroy has the opportunity to occupy the number one position of the American opponent.

“I want to win a lot of points to bridge the gap with the world number one,” McIlroy continued. “At the beginning of the year, I was in eighth or ninth place in the world. If I play well in the coming weeks, I can create a good foundation for the next year.”

McIlroy has been at the top of the world for 95 weeks. The 30-year-old Golfer is ranked second in the world with an average score of 9.48. Koepka ranked first with 11.66 points.

After placing T3 in the Zozo Championship last week, McIlroy will remain in Asia for the WGC-HSBC Champions in China this week. The tournament on Sheshan Island, Shanghai is the last in a series of three Asian tournaments for the PGA Tour. The last time McIlroy won a World Golf Championships (WGC) was four years ago. Since 2015, he has added four times to the top 10 of WGC events.

“I have always loved the World Golf Championships,” the owner of four major said. “The playing field in Shanghai is suitable for me. I have loved this tournament since I first participated in 2009”.

The WGC series consists of four tournaments each year, large after only four major and The Players tournaments. The total prize money for this tournament in Shanghai was US $ 10.25 million, of which the champion pocketed VND 1,745 million.

WGC-HSBC Champions kicked off October 31. The tournament is also the last chance for golfers to impress the captain of the US team and the international team before the Presidents Cup. 8 out of 12 possible entries from each team are owned. Two captains Tiger Woods (USA) and Ernie Els (International) have four special seats for golfers. Bright people who win special seats like Tony Finau, Patrick Reed, Kevin Kisner, Chez Reavie, Im Sungjae, An Byeong Hun, Adam Hadwin or Corey Conners are all in Shanghai this week.