Tied for 15th at the PGA Championship Club Pro… Up to hole-in-one topic

Club pro Michael Block (USA) drew attention by tying for 15th at the PGA Championship, the second major tournament of the men’s golf season.

Block recorded a hole-in-one in a group with Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland) in the final round of the PGA Championship, which ended with Brooks Koepka (USA) winning on the 22nd (Korean time).

Block made a hole-in-one with a 7-iron shot on hole 15 (par 3).

In the end, the block with a final total of 1 over par 281 finished the tournament in a tie for 15th place.

Block is not a tour player, but a head pro at Arroyo Trabuco Golf Club in Mission Viejo, California.

The PGA Championship distributes 20 out of 156 players to club pros in the United States.

Block made headlines by making a hole-in-one in a group with McIlroy after passing the cut for the first time in his 5th PGA Championship and 7th major.

The club pro’s tie for 15th place in this event is also the best result.

In 1988, Jay Overton (USA) tied for 17th, the previous best result.

Block won $288,333 (about 38 million won) in prize money in this competition.

He also secured the right to participate in next year’s PGA Championship, given to players within the 15th place.스포츠토토

“I didn’t cry when I had kids, but the two times I’ve cried in my life were all about golf,” Block said. “I love my family and everything about my job, but golf is my life.”

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