Retired soccer star Gareth Vale (Wales) shared his thoughts on finishing the PGA tour.
Bale tied for 16th with a total of 16 under par and 199 strokes in the third round at the PGA Tour AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am held at Pebble Beach Golf Links (par 72) in Monterey, USA on the 6th (Korean time). 토토사이트
In this tournament, professional and amateur golfers played together in pairs. The winning team is determined by ranking according to team performance combined with the records of professional and amateur participants.
The tournament was originally scheduled to be held in 4 rounds of 72 holes, but bad weather hindered the progress, and amateur players covered the rankings with 3 rounds of 54 holes.
Scoreboards for amateur players are not released, and Bale’s personal records are unknown. Joseph Bramlett (USA), who formed a team with Bale, recorded a total of 10 under par 206 strokes in the third round.
After the match, Bale said, “I was surprised that people praised my performance,” and said, “There was a lot of pressure on my shoulders.”
Bale then showed his love for golf. “I’m a huge golf fan, and I appreciate the way the players play on the course,” he said.
Bale, a well-known ‘golf fanatic’, felt great happiness at this tournament. “It’s great to play with the players, interact with them and watch them play,” he said.
Finally, Bale praised teammate Bramlet, saying, “When I saw him hit the ball, I felt he was a great player.”
Meanwhile, former NFL quarterback Aaron Rogers (USA) won the championship in the amateur category. Rodgers shot 67 and took first place with a total of 26 under par 189 in the third round.
Professional players are playing 4 rounds.