Charles Howell III (44, USA) won $4.75 million (about 6.2 billion won) in prize money by winning the individual and team events at the opening game of the LIV Golf 2023 season funded by the Saudi Arabian sovereign wealth fund. 토토사이트
In the final 3rd round of the tournament (total prize money of 25 million dollars) held at El Cameleon Golf Course (par 71) in Playa del Carmen, Mexico on the 27th, Hawol III pulled out 8 birdies without a bogey and recorded a total of 16 under par, 197 strokes, 2nd place. He beat Peter Yulein (USA) by 4 strokes and lifted the individual championship trophy.
He also scored 26 under par with Paul Casey (England), Bryson DeChambo (USA), and Anirvan Lahiri (India) of the ‘Crushers’ for three days, and 9 strokes in ‘4 Aces’ led by Dustin Johnson (USA). He overcame it by car and took first place in the team event. In LIV Golf, 48 players in 12 teams of 4 players participate in each tournament, and the team performance is determined separately from the individual performance.
Hawol III earned a total of $4.75 million by adding $4 million in individual prize money and $750,000, or 25% of the $3 million in team prize money.
Howell III, who won three victories on the American Professional Golf (PGA) Tour, joined LIV Golf in July last year and won his first championship in this tournament. He won 7,745,333 dollars (about 10.2 billion won) in all six competitions from last year.
LIV Golf will be held this season with a schedule of 14 events, six more than last year.