Langer ages backwards, tie with the most wins in the PGA Tour Champions… Breaking the record for oldest win

Bernhard Langer (66, Germany) set the record for the most wins in his career at the American Professional Golf (PGA) Tour Champions.

Langer shot a 7 under par 65 in the final round of the PGA Tour Champions Chuve Classic (total prize money of $1.8 million) held at the Tiburon Golf Club (par 72) in Naples, Florida, on the 20th (Korean time), for a total of 17 under par 199 in the third round. won

With this victory, Langer stood shoulder to shoulder with Hale Irwin (USA)’s career record of most wins (45 wins) in the PGA Tour Champions, where senior players over the age of 50 compete.안전놀이터

Although he will be 66 years old in September, Langer’s performance is still the same this year. 

He has won 12 wins after turning 60 and is being praised as ‘getting old backwards’.

Langer also extended the record of the oldest PGA Tour champions to 65 years, 4 months and 23 days, which he once broke when he won the Timberlake Championship last November.

Langer broke his record for oldest win at this event last year, surpassing his own record twice.

Langer, who won the tournament for the second time in a row following last year, hit 64 in the first round of the tournament and recorded 65 in the final round, recording two ‘age shots’.

Age shooting refers to hitting at-bats equal to or less than one’s age. Langer’s official tournament ‘Age Shot’ has been increased to eight.

Steve Stricker (USA) and Padrig Harrington (Ireland) tied for second place with a 14-under 202 stroke.

Yang Yong-eun (51) cut 7 strokes in the final round to move up 23 places to a tie for 10th place (9 under par, 207 strokes).

Choi Gyeong-ju (53), who flew to Florida to participate in the tournament as soon as he finished winter training for young players, tied for 52nd (2 over par, 218 strokes).

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