‘Big 3’, in the first half of the Players Championship… 2017 Champ Kim Si-woo also challenges to recapture the summit

‘The battle for world ranking No. 1 will take place in the Players Champion Field.’
The fight for the top spot in the world rankings of the ‘Big 3’, which heats up the PGA Tour this year, will take place this time in the biggest prize money competition.

World rankings 1st to 3rd place Jon Rahm (Spain), Scotty Scheffler (USA), and Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland) will compete at the TPC Sawgrass Stadium Course (par 72) in Font Vedra Beach, Florida, USA for four days from the 10th. They compete side by side in the Open Players Championship.

This is the fourth tournament they will participate in this year, following the WM Phoenix Open, the Genesis Invitational, and the Arnold Invitational, which ended on the 6th.

In the previous three head-to-head matches, Rahm and Schaeffler each won once.

McIlroy finished runner-up at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, closing the gap with Schaeffler (tied for 4th) and Lam (tied for 39th).

This tournament has the largest prize money of any PGA Tour event.

The total prize money reaches 25 million dollars (approximately 32,487.5 million won), and the winning prize is a whopping 4.5 million dollars (approximately 5,848.65 million won).

The prize money has already surpassed that of major tournaments, and the honor and honor given to the winner of the Players Championship is comparable to that of major tournaments.

If you are a player, it is a tournament that you covet to win as much as a major tournament.

This is the reason why Ram, Schaeffler, and McIlroy, who continue to compete for the No.

Ram’s plan is to revive the face that has been crumpled due to the slump in the Arnold Palmer Invitational and lay the groundwork for a long-term reign as the world’s No. 1 player.

McIlroy and Schaeffler, who missed the Arnold Palmer Invitational by a narrow margin, are aiming to regain world No. 1 with a win.

The PGA Tour tied these three in the same group in the first and second rounds and used them 100% as a box office card.

In the ranking of candidates for the championship, experts picked first place (McIlroy), second place (above Schaeffler), and fourth place (Rahm).

As it is a super-special tournament with the highest prize money, the list of participating players is splendid.

43 players within the top 50 in the world rankings will participate. Seven members belong to LIV Golf, which cannot participate on the PGA Tour.

Nine players within the top 10 in the world ranking will compete. Only one defending champion, Cameron Smith (Australia), who left for LIV golf, was left out.

All 14 players within the top 50 in the FedEx Cup rankings and this season’s PGA Tour champions will be dispatched.

PGA Tour.com reports Farmers Insurance Open winners Max Homar (USA), Jason Day (Australia), Tyrrell Hatton (England), Keegan Bradley (USA), Victory Hovlan (Norway), Justin Thomas (USA), and Shane Lowry (Ireland). ) were identified as potential candidates for the championship.

As a Korean player, Kim Si-woo (28), who set the record for being the youngest player to win the event in 2017, is drawing attention.

After winning in 2017, Kim Si-woo showed confidence in the TPC Sawgrass Stadium course, where competitions are always held.

After getting married in December last year and winning the Sony Open in January, Kim Si-woo, who has a more relaxed mind, is determined to hit the road to victory once again on the TPC Sawgrass Stadium course, where he feels comfortable every time he comes. 카지노사이트

Kim Si-woo will play the first and second rounds with 2018 champion Webb Simpson (USA) and strong candidate Hatton.

Lim Seong-jae (25) was also picked by experts as a player with a high chance of winning.

Im Seong-jae ranked 13th in the power rankings, and PGA Tour.com evaluated Im Seong-jae as “a next-generation talent who has all the skills to dominate the stadium course.”

Lim Seong-jae will compete in the first and second rounds with Nico Echavaria (Colombia), who won the Puerto Rico Open, and Harris English (USA), who finished runner-up at the Arnold Palmer Invitational.

The rebound of Kim Joo-hyung (21), who has not been able to show off his outstanding performance recently, is also expected.

In the first and second rounds, Kim Joo-hyung will play World No. 4 Patrick Cantley and No. 13 Tony Finau (USA).