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Byung-Hoon An, runner-up at Sony Open
Byeong-hoon Ahn (32) suffered another hardship on the verge of reaching the summit of the PGA Tour.
On the last day of the PGA Tour Sony Open held at Waialai Country Club (par 70) in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA on the 15th (Korean time), Byeong-Hoon An took second place after a close battle that went into overtime with two other players.
Byung-Hoon An has been knocking on the door to the top of the PGA Tour since 2016, but has increased the number of runner-up finishes to five.However, he continued his upward trend by placing in the top 5 again after placing alone in 4th place in the 2024 season opener, The Sentry. 카지노사이트
Grayson Murray (USA), who suffered from alcoholism and a car accident, made a birdie putt from 12 meters away in the overtime, winning his second PGA trophy and receiving $1.494 million (approximately 1.93 billion won) in prize money.
Byung-Hoon An, who recorded a total of 17 under par 263 strokes in the first to fourth rounds, tied with Keegan Bradley (USA) and Murray and went into overtime at the 18th hole (par 5).
After sending his tee shot into the shallow rough area, An Byeong-hun also dropped his second shot on the uphill slope of the rough on the right side of the green, but the game seemed to be over as he hit his approach shot 1.3m into the hole.
Murray missed the green with his second shot because he sent his tee shot into the rough on the left side of the fairway.
The third shot was also far from the hole.
However, Murray’s putt rolled 12 meters into the hole and the gallery erupted in cheers.On the other hand, Byung-Hoon An’s short birdie putt missed the hole, and the championship went to Murray.
Murray won the championship for the first time in 7 years since the 2017 Verbassol Championship when he was a rookie.
Grayson Murray wins Sony Open
“There were times when I wanted to give up on myself, golf, and life,” Murray said. “It wasn’t easy, but the effort paid off.”
Byeong-Hoon An competed for the championship by hitting 6 under par 64 with an eagle, 6 birdies, and 2 bogeys in the 4th round.
It was disappointing that the team had to go to overtime because they were unable to make an eagle putt from 4 meters away in the 18th hole of the regular match.
Kyung-Hoon Lee and Seong-Hyun Kim recorded a total of 9 under par, 271 strokes, and were tied for 30th place.
Defending champion Kim Si-woo was tied for 42nd with a total of 272 strokes under par. 카지노사이트존