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Sentinel Championship, Smith wins the 4th in his career, Ram 2nd Morikawa T5 Spieth T21

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Original title: Sentinel Championship, Smith won the fourth of his career Lahm’s second Morikawa T5 Spieth T21

On January 10th, Beijing time, the 2021-2022 PGA Tour Opener Sentinel Championship with a total prize value of US$8.2 million entered the final game day at the Plantation Course in Kapalua, Maui, Hawaii. Scramble. Cameron Smith led the whole process. He shot 65 under 8 in this round, with a total score of 258 under 34. He defeated Jon Lahm by one stroke and won his career. The fourth PGA Tour champion.

Cameron Smith took the lead all the way. He opened with a back-to-back birdie on the 4th and 5th holes. The 8th and 9th holes grabbed a back-to-back birdie to make the knot. The first 9 holes shot 32 under. A par 4 score. After the transition, Cameron Smith opened the game with three consecutive birdies on the 13, 14, and 15 holes, and ended the game with a birdie on the 18th hole. The last 9 holes shot 33 and 4 under par. Ben The round shot 65 under 8 under par, with a total score of 258 under 34 under par, defeating Jon Lahm by 1 stroke to win the championship.

This is Cameron Smith’s fourth PGA Tour championship in his career and the first since the Zurich Classic last April. Interestingly, Smith’s four career titles were won in Hawaii and Orleans. He won the Orleans Classic twice and won the Sony Open in Hawaii in 2020.

Jon Ram fell short. He opened the game with a birdie on the 5th hole and a birdie on the 9th hole. The first 9 holes shot a 34-under-2 score. After the transition, Jon Ram opened the game with a birdie on the 11th hole, three consecutive birdies on the 13, 14, and 15 holes, and a birdie on the 18th hole to end the game. The last 9 holes Shot 32 under 5 under par, 66 under 7 under par in this round, total score 259 under 33 under par, ranking second alone.

Colin Morikawa hurried all the way. He opened the game with back-to-back birdies on the 2nd and 3rd holes. After catching three consecutive birdies on the 5th, 6th and 7th holes, the 9th hole ended with a birdie. A score of 30 under par on 9 holes was 6 under. After the transition, Colin Morikawa opened the game with a birdie on the 10th hole. After a birdie on the 14th hole, the 15th hole captured the eagle and the 18th hole caught the birdie to end the game. The last 9 holes Shot 32 under 5 under par, 62 under 11 under par in this round, with a total score of 267 under 25 under par, ranking soaring in 14 positions, and Justin Thomas, who shot 65. , Daniel Berg, who shot 69, tied for fifth place.

Zander Cheofele opened the game with back-to-back birdies on the 5th and 6th holes. The first 9 holes scored a 34-under-2 score. After the transition, Zander Cheofele started with a bogey on the 12th hole. After the birdie on the 13th hole, three consecutive birdies were caught on the 15, 16, and 17 holes, and the 18th hole was strong. After catching the Eagles, the game ended with 32 under 5 under par on the last 9 holes, 66 under 7 under par in this round, and a total score of 270 under 22 under par, ranking 12th alone.

Jordan Spieth opened the game with a birdie on the 3rd hole. After birdies on the 5th and 6th holes back-to-back, the 9th hole was birdied and the first 9 holes shot 32 under par 4 The score of the pole. After the transition, Jordan Spieth opened the game with back-to-back birdies on the 14th and 15th holes, and ended the game with a birdie on the 18th hole. The last 9 holes shot 34 and 3 under par. This round He scored 66 under par and 7 under par, with a total score of 274 under 18 under par, and tied for 21st place.

Bryson De Chambord started with a bogey on the 2nd hole, and ended with a bogey on the 7th hole. In the first 9 holes, he blasted a 38-over-par result. After the transition, Bryson De Chambeau opened the game with a birdie on the 10th hole. After a bogey on the 11th hole, he caught three birdies on the 14th, 15th and 16th holes and swallowed the 17th hole. Bogey, a birdie on the 18th hole to end the game, the last 9 holes played 34 under 3 under par, this round of 72 under 1 under par, the total score of 276 under 16 under par , Tied for 25th place.

Brooks Koepka opened the game with an eagle shot on the 3rd hole. After bogeying the 4th and 6th holes, the 9th hole was birdied and the first 9 holes shot 35 under par. . After the transition, Brooks Koepka opened with a back-to-back birdie on the 10th and 11th holes. After a birdie on the 13th hole, a bogey on the 14th hole and a birdie on the 18th hole ended. In the competition, the last 9 holes played 34 under 3 under par, 69 under 4 under par in this round, with a total score of 277 under 15 under par, and tied for 28th.

Phil Mickelson opened the game with a birdie on the 3rd hole. After a birdie on the 6th hole, the 9th hole ended with a birdie. The first 9 holes scored a 33-under-3 score. . After the transition, Phil Mickelson opened the game with consecutive birdies on the 10th and 13th holes. After bogey on the 14th hole, the 15th hole caught the birdie and the 17th hole swallowed the cypress. Bogey, catch a birdie on the 18th hole and end the game. In the last 9 holes, he played 35 under 2 under par. In this round, he shot 68 under 5 under par. The total score is 278 under 14 under par. Victor Hofland, who shot 67, tied for 30th.

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