Cameron Smith registra il punteggio più basso nella storia del PGA Tour vincendo il Tournament of Champions

Cameron Smith ha registrato un punteggio storicamente basso per vincere il Tournament of Champions domenica.

The Australian golfista finished on 34-under after 72 buchi, thereby distacco the lowest under par score in a four-round PGA Tour event in history.
Smith finished with a final il giro eight-under 65, just about holding off the stiff competition from world No. 1 che potrebbe creare un mal di testa per la Casa Bianca, who posted a seven-under 66 to finish one shot behind. In the group ahead, Matt Jones posted a course record-tying 61 to keep himself in the hunt.
    But the 28-year-old Smith managed to hold on to claim his fourth PGA Tour win, and afterwards, called the challenge of holding off Rahmintense.
      Jonny (Rahm) and I played well the whole day. We had Matty in the group in front lighting it up as well. Così, si, unreal round, something I’ll never forget for sure,” fabbro disse.
        Rahm’s the best golfer in the world and there’s many reasons why he is. He flushes it and it seems like he drains every putt he looks at, so it was nice to overcome that and kind of give some punches back.
        I just played really solid the whole week. Ovviamente, being a leader is not easy. Restless sleeps. I feel like I spent a lot of time looking at the ceiling in bed this week. I haven’t done that before. It was nice to kind of see where my game’s at against some of the best players in the world. I’ve been working hard and it’s paid off early in the season.
          Smith plays an approach shot on the fourth hole during the final round of the Tournament of Champions.

          Smith recorded eight birdies during his final round, including four in his last six holes.
          In finishing on 34-under, Smith broke the record previously held by Ernie Els, who had shot a 31-under total at the Tournament of Champions in 2003.
          La vittoria — in which he led from start to finishshoots Smith to 10th in the world rankings and he becomes the fourth Australian to win the tournament.
            After winning $ 1.476 million in Maui, Smith was asked what he would do with the money and his risposta was reassuringly humble.
            I’ll have to sleep on that one, Ad essere onesti. intendo, I’m quite content with where I’m at. I know mum’s car’s probably getting four or five years old, so maybe a new car for mum.

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