The final round of the PGA Tour’Pebble Beach Pro-Am’ has been postponed… Justin Rose ‘lead’

The final round of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am on the PGA Tour was postponed to sunset. The current leader is Justin Rose.

The tournament was scheduled to end on the 6th (Korean time) at the Pebble Beach course (par 72) in Pebble Beach, California, USA. However, the final round was interrupted by sunset at 5:33 p.m. local time on the 5th.

As the third round could not be completed due to bad weather such as strong winds the previous day, the remaining matches of the third round were held first. After that, he went through the cutoff and entered the final 4th round, but he could not complete the schedule. The remaining matches of the final round will resume at 1:00 am on the 7th in Korean time. Of the 75 players, 54 did not finish the final round.

The lead so far is Justin Rose. Rose took the lead with 12 under par until the third round. In the final round, he played the game up to the 9th hole, adding 3 under par by tying 2 birdies, 1 eagle and 1 bogey, and is recording 15 under par.

Rose, a 43-year-old veteran, has 10 wins on the PGA Tour and 11 wins on the DP World Tour. He won a gold medal at the 2016 Rio Olympics. The most recent PGA Tour championship was the 2019 PGA Tour Farmers Insurance Open. Rose had a chance to win a PGA Tour event in four years. 안전놀이터

Brendan Todd and Denny McCarthy formed a tie for 2nd place with a 13-under average at Rose by 2 strokes.

Sunghoon Kang was the only Korean player to finish the final round. He is currently tied for 28th with a final total of 7 under par 280. Kim Seong-hyun is tied for 33rd with a 6-under par out of 16 holes. Ahn Byeong-hun, who played 15 holes, is tied for 40th with a 5 under par.

In this tournament, amateur and professional golfers pair up to play rounds. The winner of the amateur division is also covered. Due to poor local weather, amateur players only played 3 rounds.

The championship in the amateur division was won by former NFL quarterback Aaron Rogers, who recorded a final total of 26 under par 189 strokes. After the game, Rogers said, “It was a goal I really wanted to achieve in my life.”

Global soccer star Gareth Bale, who played for Tottenham in England and Real Madrid in Spain, finished the tournament in a tie for 16th.

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