The national golfer played in an entertaining test ahead of the Tour Championship, which could be his last tournament on the PGA.
As long as it’s done every time more concrete the possibility of crossing paths and going to LIV, Joaquín Niemann starred in a curious and fun challenge which was shared by PGA social media. There you can see the Chilean pocketed balls with the putt in 53 seconds.
“In honor of last year’s record, fastest lap in Atlanta, we will be holding a contest of the number of Putting I can take 53 seconds. So let’s see how it goes and see if I can put it all in, ”launches the Talagante before issuing his challenge.
Then in the video you can see how the balls go in one by one during the given period. “I put them all on, man!” said an enthusiastic Niemann. However, the production clarifies that one failed, which also generated a funny reaction. In the end, 31 out of 32 balls entered.
The last tournament?
Today, Niemann begins his participation in the Tour Championship, where he remains firm with his big objective of the moment: to show his skills in the tournament which brings together the best in the world. This, since he will travel to the course of East Lake Golf Club to play there for the third time in a row. the event where the top 30 players of the year compete for the FedEX Cup.
A start where the talagantino will be the only Latino in the field and where will it come from tee from the first hole with Jordan Spieth, 13th in the world rankings. There, a four-round journey will begin where golfers will compete for a money bag amounting to $18 million .
The match will take place at 12:45 p.m. in Chile and the Chilean is already very motivated with his performance in a complicated field. “You have to hit it very well tee . You must be in the fairways because of rough it is very difficult to do things well green vegetables. We would like to be more aggressive sometimes, but it’s difficult. In this field, you have to be intelligent and patient he told Golf Channel of East Lake.
The peculiarity of the tournament is that it delivers a handicap, according to the order of merit. The Chilean finished 19th, so he starts with -2, eight strokes behind leader Scottie Scheffler.
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