Bale tied for 16th at AT&T Pro-Am “I’m a huge golf fan…Thank you guys”

‘Soccer legend’ and famous golf enthusiast Gareth Bale (Wales) tied for 16th in the amateur category of the PGA Tour, where he first participated.

Bale tied for 16th with a total of 16 under par 199 strokes in the 3rd round of the PGA Tour AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am (total prize money of $9 million) held at Pebble Beach Golf Links (par 72) in Pebble Beach, California, USA on the 6th (Korean time). recorded

As strong winds disrupted the tournament, the amateur division was reduced to a three-round, 54-hole tournament to determine the rankings. Bale finished the tournament without being able to advance further in the rankings.

A separate scorecard is not released for amateurs. Considering that Joseph Bramlett (USA), who was paired with Bale, recorded 206 strokes at 10 under par, it can be expected that Bale was not far behind Bremlett.

Bale’s participation in this tournament created a big issue. He built his career with Rail Madrid, played for Wales at the World Cup in Qatar, and retired last year.

Bale, famous for his love of golf even as a soccer player, was banned from playing golf during the World Cup, and even picked up a golf club when injured during his time at Real Madrid. He loved golf as much as he did.  먹튀검증

John Rahm (Spain) acknowledged his skills, saying, “I’m good at soccer, but I’m also good at golf. This is unfair.” His handicap is said to be within 3.

Bale, who didn’t compete with the pros but teamed up with the pros on the world’s best golf stage, said, “The people who complimented my game are amazing. It’s been a lot of pressure,” but added, “I’m a big golf fan and I appreciate what the players do on the course. I do,” he greeted.

He continued, “It’s really nice to play with them, interact with them, and watch them. Just watching Bramlett play, you can tell there’s something different. The power, touch, etc. were unbelievable.”

The winner in the amateur category is Aaron Rogers (USA), quarterback of the Green Bay Packers of the National Football League (NFL). Rogers teamed up with Ben Silverman (USA) and recorded a total of 26 under par 189 in the third round.

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