There were only four active golfers left in the hole tournament of the Dell Technology World Golf Championships in Austin, Texas, and Canada’s Mackenzie Hughes was not one of them. He was killed in the 16th round on Saturday. Eliminated.
Garcia finally won by two strokes, thanks to the 13th hole Eagles. The Canadian got into serious trouble from the next hole and recorded two off-road vehicles with a par 4.
Frustrated in the finals of the last game of 2019-the game cancelled last year due to COVID-19-Matt Kuchar will have another chance to include his name in the trophy because he Participated in the two semi-finals-finals on Sunday.
The 52nd seed of the event will face Scottie Scheffler (30th) in the morning, while Frenchman Victor Perez (31st) will face American Billy Horschel (32nd).
After Victor Dubuisson in 2014, Perez is expected to become the second player in the country to reach the final of this tournament. The 28-year-old golfer was inspired to play this weekend and easily got rid of Robert MacIntyre and Garcia on Saturday.
The two winners will face each other in the finals on Sunday afternoon, while the two losers will compete for the third stage of the podium. All duels will play 18 holes.
In the LPGA, the leader of the last two days, South Korea’s Inbee Park, gave itself a serious choice, which is to win 69 (-3) rounds on Saturday.
Park will start in the fourth and final round, and his main followers will lead by five shots. Her compatriot Mi Jung Hur, Australia’s Minjee Lee and England’s Mel Reid tied for 209 (-7).
Madelene Sagstrom (Madelene Sagstrom) handed over the best card of the tournament on Saturday with a score of 64 (-8), which allowed her to rank fifth on the court, six shots behind Parker . The Swedes have avoided narrowly defined layoffs before.
In the first round of the weekend, Sagstrom drove a two-row off-road vehicle, and then went on to produce 11 birdies and one off-road vehicle.
Canadian player Brooke M. Henderson won the best result of the game with an honest performance of 68 (-4) and entered the top 10, 7 shots behind the leader.
Ontario player Alena Sharp suffered a catastrophic round of 77 (+5) destruction. It is in the 4th place and the 70th place.