‘Club Pro’ block, tied for 15th in the PGA Championship, made a surprise performance… Hole-in-one experience
He participated in the PGA Championship as a club pro, not a tour player, and is a hot topic. The main character is Michael Block (46) from the United States.
Block tied for 15th place with a final total of 1 over par 281 at the PGA Championship, the second major tournament of the season that ended on the 22nd (Korean time).
The PGA Championship allocates 20 seats out of 156 players to club pros in the United States.
Block, the head pro at Arroyo Trabuco Golf Club in Mission Viejo, California, USA, qualified for the competition through this. He made a name for himself in this competition.
Block, who had never passed the cut in the past four PGA Championship appearances, passed the cut for the first time and was active in a tie for 8th until the third round.
As a result, Block enjoyed the honor of playing the final round in a group with Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland), who is ranked third in the world.
In particular,스포츠토토 he made a hole-in-one on the 15th hole (par 3), creating an unforgettable moment in his life.
“I love my family, my job and everything, but golf is my life,” said Bullock, who finished the tournament with great cheers from the galleries. It was a wonderful experience,” he laughed.
Block, who earned $288,333 (approximately 380 million won) from the prize money alone in this tournament, expressed satisfaction, saying, “It was a surreal experience. I have a strange feeling that my future life will be different from before. It’s really wonderful.” .