Byeong-Hoon An was on the verge of winning his first career title after eight years on the PGA Tour, but he lost in overtime and finished second.
Byeong-Hoon Ahn recorded a final total of 17 under par by reducing 6 strokes in the 4th round of the ‘Sony Open’ (total prize money of $8.3 million) held at Waialai CC (par 70) in Honolulu, Hawaii on the 15th, and took second place after overtime.
Byung-Hoon An, who had not won since his PGA Tour debut in 2016, was on the verge of his first win in eight years, but had to be satisfied with his fifth runner-up finish. Prior to this competition
he had finished in 2nd place 4 times, 3rd place 3 times, in the top 5 12 times, and in the top 10 23 times in 181 competitions. 카지노사이트 백링크
In an interview with the PGA Tour after the game, he said, “I think it ended unfortunately due to the last putt,” and “Of course, I feel disappointed.
I was playing well, but I think it came across as a message telling me not to be cocky.
I still have to work hard and I think there’s a long way to go,” he said.
He self-evaluated that his overall performance was not bad. He said, “I’m disappointed that I made a mistake on the last putt, but golf is played over 72 holes.
I made a mistake yesterday, today, and over the past four days. “So I don’t want to blame the last putt,” he said. “Overall, it was a solid week and I think I performed well overall.”
He also looked back on the time when he was suspended from competition for three months due to banned substances in cough medicine. 토토사이트 백링크
Last August, I took cough medicine after catching a cold in Korea, but the cough medicine contained ingredients banned by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA).
Although he did not win the championship, he received a prize money of over 2.2 billion won in two weeks.
Byeong-Hoon An, who came in 4th place after competing for the championship in the 2024 season opening game
The Sentry’ (total prize money of $20 million) last week, received $975,000 (approximately 1.28592 billion won) for his performance at that time.
As the runner-up, he will receive $738,700 (about 974.71 million won) in prize money. He earned about 2.26 billion won in two weeks. 메이저사이트 백링크
Byeong-Hoon An, who has been in the championship bracket since before the opening and this tournament
ranked second overall in the FedEx Cup score, which is the basis for competing for playoff advancement after the season, with 570 points, following Chris Kirk (USA), who scored 744 points.