Justin Rose (England) overcomes bad weather and challenges to win the PGA Tour for the first time in 37 months.

On the morning of the 6th (Korean time), Rose scored 7 under par in the third round of the PGA Tour AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am held at the Monterey Peninsula Country Club in Pebble Beach, California, USA. Rose jumped to the sole lead with a total of 12 under par 203 strokes by tying up 1 eagle and 5 birdies amid confusion such as the third round being stopped due to strong winds. After beating Pinner Malnuty and Kurt Kitayama (11 under par, 204 strokes above, USA) by one stroke, he took the opportunity to win the PGA Tour in 37 months since the Farmers Insurance Open in January 2019.

While the progress of the third round was adversely affected by bad weather such as heavy rain and strong winds the previous day, difficulties such as hail fell in the morning continued in the local area where the remainder of the game resumed. However, the weather cleared and the game was resumed. 메이저놀이터

Kang Seong-hun, who was suspended in the third round with the best performance among the four Korean players, lost four strokes in the remaining match. After consecutive bogeys on holes 16 (par 3) and 17 (par 4), he finished with a double bogey on hole 18 (par 3). In the end, he started the fourth round with a 5-under-par 212 stroke for 31st place. Seong-Hyun Kim finished the third round with a 3-under par, while Byeong-Hoon Ahn and Seung-Yeol Noh will advance to the 4th round with 2-under and 1-under par, respectively. The 4th round is in progress after the group formation is completed immediately on the morning of the 6th after the 3rd round is finished.

In the amateur division, which ended in the third round, famous American professional football (NFL) quarterback Aaron Rogers (USA) achieved the best result with 26 under par. The final score of Gareth Bale (Wales), a retired soccer star who drew great attention throughout the tournament, was 16 under par.

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