LIV’s Anser wins Asian Tour Opening Match

Abraham Anser (32, Mexico, photo) won the opening game of the 2023 Asian Tour. Anser is a member of the LIV Invitational Series (LIV) sponsored by Saudi Arabia. While PGA Tour players also competed in this tournament, LIV won by decision.

In the final 4th round of the Asian Tour PIF Saudi International held at the Royal Greens Golf CC (par 70) in King Abdullah Economic City, Saudi Arabia on the 5th, Anser tied 3 birdies and 1 bogey to record 2 under par 68 strokes. Anser, who recorded a final total of 19 under par 261 strokes, defeated Cameron Young (26, USA), the rookie king of the PGA Tour last season, by two strokes and lifted the championship trophy. Anser, who won the ‘Wire to Wire’ championship by not missing the lead from the first round to the final round, took a prize of 1 million dollars (approximately 1.25 billion won).

Anser, who made his professional debut in 2013, won the World Golf Championship (WGC) FedEx St. Jude Invitational in August 2021. This is the first time that Anser, who won the championship in about 18 months, has reached the top of the Asian Tour. Anser left the PGA Tour in June of last year and moved to LIV. Anser’s best result at the LIV event was 8th at last year’s event in Boston. Anser said, “I controlled the ball well enough to record only two bogeys,” and said, “It will be one of the tournaments I am most satisfied with.” 바카라

A large number of players from LIV participated in the opening game of the Asian Tour, including Phil Mickelson (53), Bubba Watson (45, USA), and Cameron Smith (30, Australia). Players who moved to LIV are unable to participate in PGA Tour events, so they are securing world ranking points through DP World Tour and Asian Tour events. There are no world ranking points at stake in the LIV tournament.

Among the Korean players who participated in the opening match of the Asian Tour, Moon Gyeong-jun (41) performed the best. He finished tied for 12th with a final total of 9-under-par 271. Park Sang-hyun (40) tied for 18th (8 under par, 272 strokes).

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