Charles Howell III (USA) won the jackpot of 6.2 billion won by winning the individual and team events at the LIV Golf Invitational Mayakoba (total prize money of 25 million dollars), the opening game of the LIV golf season.

Howell III took 8 birdies without a bogey on the final day of the tournament held at El Cameleon Golf Course (par 71, 7049 yards) in Playa del Carmen, Mexico on the 27th (Korean time), and Peter Yura finished second with a final total of 16 under par and 197 strokes. He beat In (USA) by 4 strokes. Howell III’s iron shot was accurate enough that most of his 8 birdies that day were 2.5 to 4.5m away.

Howell III, 43 years old this year, won his first individual victory in six games after transferring to LIV Golf last year, and won 4 million dollars (approximately 5.258 billion won) in prize money. Howell III also took home $750,000 (approximately 986 million won), a quarter of the $3 million in team prize money, as his team, Crushers GC, won the championship in the team event as well. 먹튀검증

Howell III, who entered the final round chasing the leading group by one stroke, took the lead with consecutive birdies on holes 2 and 3, followed by four consecutive birdies on holes 5 to 8, and then added two birdies in the second half to complete the victory. Howell III, who came to Mexico where the tournament was held early with his family and earned a lot of money, said, “It’s amazing. I’m even more happy to win the team event.”

Howell III also won the team event paired with Bryson Disembo (USA), Paul Casey (England) and Anirvan Lahiri (India), beating 2nd place 4 Ace GC by 9 strokes with a final total of 26 under par. Howell III cut 8 strokes, Disembo cut 1 shot, and Casey cut 3 strokes. Lahiri was sluggish with a 2-over par.

Yoo Line, who entered the final round as a joint leader, reduced 4 strokes, but had to be satisfied with the runner-up with a final total of 12 under par 201 strokes. In the 12th hole, Yoo-Rain committed a triple bogey due to a tee shot error. Tyler Gucci (USA), who started the game jointly with Yu-Lin, lost 5 strokes with 1 birdie and 6 bogeys, and was pushed back to a tie for 11th place (4 under par, 209 strokes).

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