Reed, who left for LIV Golf, sponsored by Saudi Arabian capital, held the DP World Tour (formerly European Tour) Hero Dubai Desert Classic (par 72, 7428 yards) at the Emirates Golf Club (par 72, 7428 yards) in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE) on the 26th (local time). Total prize money of $9 million) On the first day, he recorded 4 under par in 16 holes and tied for second place. 먹튀검증
Against LIV Golf, McIlroy, the world’s No. 1 player representing the American Professional Golf (PGA) Tour, reduced two strokes in 15 holes to rank in a tie for 12th. Before the tournament, when McIlroy gave up on Reed’s greeting, Reed slammed a wooden tee at McIlroy, causing a war of nerves. Due to the bad weather and the sunset, only 12 out of 132 players finished the round. A whopping 66 people could not even start.
Reid swept 5 birdies (1 bogey). The early start of the first birdie on hole 2 (par 4) and consecutive birdies on holes 4 and 5 stood out. He made a bogey on hole 10 (par 5), but caught a ‘stepping bridge birdie’ on holes 12 and 14 to compete for the lead. McIlroy tied 4 birdies and 2 bogeys. In the first half, he exchanged 2 birdies and 2 bogeys, hardly reducing the number of strokes. However, in the second half of the 2nd and 3rd holes, he showed his potential by catching consecutive birdies.
Thomas Peters (Belgium) topped the leaderboard with 5 under par in 15 holes. 39th in the world rankings, he is a European powerhouse who made his debut on the DP World Tour in 2014 and has won 6 victories in his career. Last week’s Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship winner Victor Perez (France) and Tommy Fleetwood (England) tied for second place, and Ryan Fox (New Zealand) tied for eighth place (3 under par). Korea’s Wang Jung-hoon made two birdies in nine holes to join the group for a tie for 12th.