AmericaOn May 27, Sergio Garcia saved two strokes when he escaped from a bunker next to the 11th green in the first round of the PGA Tour Charles Schwab Challenge event.
The tournament took place at Colonial, par70 in Texas with a prize fund of $7.5 million.
In the opening, Garcia started on hole 1. After 10 holes, he had four birdies. On the 11par5 hole, 620 yards long, the Spaniard played 335 yards down the left side of the fairway, another 277 yards on the second shot, but into the bunker.
Not only did he escape on the third shot, he also sent the ball straight into the hole.
The PGA Tour recorded this process from more than 19 meters.
After the eagle point, Garcia added a birdie and closed the scoreboard with 63 no-bogeys. This leg, he reached 309.4 yards in two holes recorded by the Organizing Committee for the average distance of the first hole. The whole match, the golfer born in 1980 hit nine of the 14 fairways and went to the green according to the standard 14 holes.
Thanks to his high professional performance, Garcia ranked T1 with a score of -7, next to Jordan Spieth. Yesterday, the American golfer born in 1993 scored seven birdies, not bogey like Garcia.
The Charles Schwab Challenge is in its 75th round at Colonial, where Garcia won his first PGA Tour 20 years ago. This season, he attended 16 events, including three times in the top 10, including the Sanderson Farms Championship in October 2020. That victory ended 1,260 days of Garcia’s thirst for titles in the US golf arena.
Garcia entered the PGA Tour and European Tour in his first professional year – 1999. After 22 years, he owned the 2017 major Masters in 11 championships in the US and 16 European cups.
Garcia once went to Vietnam to compete and won the Ho Tram Open of the Asian Tour 2015. That year, he went to the podium after two rounds of second-hand matchmaking, receiving $ 270,000 in the $1.5 million bonus fund.
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