Wise, reckless tee shot No. 3, sextuple view

Aaron Wise (USA) hit 6 over par (see Sextuple) while teeing off 4 times on the last hole on the first day of The Players Championship (total prize money of 25 million dollars), the ‘fifth major’ of the PGA Tour, and finished at the bottom. Done.

On the 10th (Korean time) at the TPC Sawgrass Stadium Course (par 72, 7275 yards) in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, Wise sent his tee shot into the water at the 271-yard mark on the last hole (par 4, 469 yards) of the first round. This hole starts from the teeing area and runs along the left side of the lake all the way to the green. Wise took a penalty stroke and hit his third shot, but it flew 14 yards more than the first, but it was water again. 바카라

Wise, with an absurd expression, regained his strength before planting and hit the 5th shot, but the ball flew 2 more yards to 287 yards, only to fall into the water again this time. On his fourth and seventh strokes, he hit his tee shot to the right, and eventually the ball passed through the right fairway to the area planted with pine trees. From there, he laid up and hit the 9th shot near the hole, holed out in 10 strokes.

This year, 26-year-old Wise recorded a sextuple bogey that added 6 strokes only on the last hole. ‘

Wise, who debuted on the PGA Tour in 2018 and won his first win at AT&T Byron Nelson, has been sluggish this season to the extent that he has participated in nine tournaments and finished in the top 10 once with a sixth place at The CJ Cup.

Chad Lammy (USA), who reduced 8 strokes that day, is in the lead, and since the cutoff is expected to form around 70th with an even par, a breakthrough in the second round is needed.

While the first round was not completely finished due to sunset, JTBC Golf & Sports will broadcast the remaining matches and the second round live from 10:00 pm on the 10th.

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