VĨNH PHÚC – Golfer Joel Troy from Australia won the T99 VGA Tour Championship after four intense rounds with emotional explosion.
With the brilliant performance of the previous rounds, Troy has become the champion of the 2022 season despite lower score on the last tournament day: 5 bogeys and 3 birdies for a total of 2 over par. He maintained an 11-point gap with the others to hold the top spot. He will receive VNĐ500 million in cash, raising his earning to VNĐ790 million.
|Australian golfer Joel Troy wins the T99 VGA Tour Championship. Photo VGA Tour
Brian Jung and Trương Chí Quân were tied for second place with a total score of 6 over par after two days of competition, the results of the two players today were 1 under and 1 over respectively. Brian Jung on the final day shot 3 birdies and 2 bogeys, locking up his score of 71 strokes, which is also his best record during four days.
Quân has made his day in the third round with 3 under par, “pushing” him up to the second place on the rankings. The 1 over on the last day helped him hold on to his runner-up. Despite only scoring one birdie yet 2 bogeys, he still had an amazing tournament.
With only 1 point difference, Đỗ Hồng Giang and Park Sang Ho closely followed the champion, ranking fourth with a total score of 7 over after all.
During the tour all 30 players brought the audience as well as the professional circles with emotional sublimation and extremely attractive performances.
The four-day tournament, held by the Vietnam Golf Association (VGA) and Vietnam Golf Service Joint Stock Company (VGS), wrapped up on Thursday.
The VGA Tour Championship will return in 2023 and promise to find out more champions to contribute to the development of Việt Nam's sport in general and golf in particular. Keep updating the information about VGA Tour and Golf tournaments at https://vgatour.com/ and fanpage https://www.facebook.com/VGATourOfficial. VNS