Yon Lam (Spain), who collapsed in the final round of the PGA Tour Farmers Insurance Open and failed to win three consecutive victories and regain world No. 1, said, “That is golf.”
Ram started the final round of the tournament, which ended on the 29th (Korean time), in second place by two strokes, but was sluggish with a 2-over-par 74 strokes, and suffered a come-from-behind defeat to Max Homa (USA), who reduced 6 strokes.
Ram, who finished the tournament in a tie for 7th place, lost all expectations of winning three tournaments in a row and reclaiming the world No. 1 spot. 토토사이트
If he had won this time, he would have been able to rise to No. 1 in the world rankings.
Ram, who had the potential to become world number 1 even if she took 3rd place, had to pass it on to the next opportunity as she was pushed all the way to 7th place.
Ram, who had higher expectations than ever after hitting 63 and 66 in the final round of the previous two tournaments, cited the fact that he failed to put putts that he should have put in the beginning as the cause of the collapse that day.
“My swing on the last day was fine. I had a good swing, but a good swing didn’t lead to the desired result,” he said overall. Couldn’t do that,” he said.
Even if he missed the championship, it was not because of lack of effort.
Ram concluded the interview by saying, “I did my best. But that’s golf.” No matter how hard you try, when it doesn’t work, it’s golf.
Prior to the final round, Ram said, “I don’t care whether or not I become world No. 1,” and “Winning is more important than world No. 1.”