Yang Yong-eun exceeds $1.1 million in PGA Champions prize money… Top 10 for 8th time

 Yang Yong-eun (51) tied for 4th place at the PGA Champions Tour and entered the top 10 for the 8th time this season.

Yang Yong-eun hit a 1-under-par 71 in the final third round of the Dominion Energy Charity Classic (total prize money of $2.2 million) held at The Country Club of Virginia (par 72) in Richmond, Virginia, USA on the 23rd (Korean time), finishing with a total of 9-under-par and 207 strokes. He finished the competition in a tie for 4th place along with Weir (Canada) and Scott McCarron (USA).

This was his 8th top 10 this season, and he was in the top 10 again in 3 weeks after tying for 5th place at the Pure Insurance Championship last month. This is the 4th time that I have placed in the top 5 out of 8 times.

Yang Yong-eun, born in 1972, began participating in the Champions Tour for those over 50 years old last year. Although he has yet to win a championship, he has adapted perfectly this year in his second year. In the first year, there were only three top 10 prizes, but this year, the number more than doubled to eight. He earned $711,596 in prize money last year, but has already won $1,152,521 this year. 온라인카지노The prize money for 4th place in this competition is $108,866.

Yang Yong-eun, who entered the final round in a tie for second place, made consecutive birdies in the first and second holes, raising expectations of a come-from-behind victory. However, due to a tee shot error in the 4th hole (par 3), he lost 3 strokes at once and was pushed out of the race for the lead. After that, Yang Yong-eun, who saved one bogey and added three birdies, raised his ranking to a tie for fourth place and made the top five for the fourth time in the season.

Choi Gyeong-ju (53), who reduced 3 strokes on the final day, recorded a total of 4 under par 212 strokes and tied for 15th place.

Harrison Frazier (USA), who recorded a final total of 205 strokes at 11 under par, defeated Richard Green (Australia) in overtime to win the championship.

Fraser caught a birdie in the overtime at the 18th hole (par 5), beating Green, who was satisfied with par, and won his first Champions Tour title.

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