New ‘Spider-Man’ Fitzpatrick on the field… RBC Heritage 3rd Extension Spieth Press

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A new ‘Spider-Man’ appeared on the field토스카지노. Matt Fitzpatrick (England) read the line while lying flat on the ground when reading the green.

This way, he says, he can better determine whether the lines around the fine green and the grain of the grass are inverse or pure. It has caught the attention of golf fans with a posture reminiscent of Colombia’s Camilo Villegas, who gained popularity with this kind of putting posture 10 years ago. However, on the 17th, when Fitzpatrick defeated Jordan Spieth (USA) in the RBC Heritage (total prize money of 20 million dollars) overtime on the 17th, he did not need a Spider-Man posture. This is because the second shot was placed at the 30cm hole.

At the RBC Heritage, which ended in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, on the same day, Fitzpatrick recorded 17 under par 267 strokes alongside Jordan Spieth (USA) to go into overtime. In the 1st and 2nd rounds of extensions held on the 18th hole (par 4) and the 17th hole (par 3), they could not decide the game by catching par side by side. Spieth, who was trying to win the tournament for the second time in a row, narrowly missed a 3m birdie putt in the second extension.

Fitzpatrick ended the game with his second shot, which was hit 186 yards from the 18th hole (par 4) in the 3rd extension, to the hole 30 cm away.

Fitzpatrick, who won his first PGA Tour victory at last year’s major US Open, won his second at Hilton Head Island, where he came to his family’s resort. The winning prize was 3.6 million dollars (approximately 4.7 billion won). Fitzpatrick is affectionate enough to use the driver head cover designed with the lighthouse, the symbol of this golf course.

Im Seong-jae cut 4 strokes with 5 birdies and 1 bogey in the 4th round and tied for 7th place with a total of 13 under par 271 strokes. It was the 5th top 10 this season, and after a tie for 6th at the Players Championship last March, it was ranked within 10th place in a month. Lee Kyung-hoon finished the tournament tied for 41st (6 under par).


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