‘LIV Golf’s Counterattack’ Woost Heizen, 2nd consecutive win on DP World Tour

Louis Oosthuizen’s swing.

Louis Oosthuizen (South Africa), who moved to LIV Golf, won the championship at his home country, the DP World Tour, for two weeks in a row.

Oostheizen shot 3 under par 69 in the final round of the DP World Tour Afrasia Bank Mauritius Open (total prize money: $1.2 million) held at Heritage Golf Club (par 72) in Mauritius on the 18th (Korean time), with a total of 17 in the final four rounds. He won with an under par score of 271.

Oosthuizen, who beat Rory Kanter (England) by two strokes, rose to the top for two consecutive weeks following his victory at the Alfred Dunhill Championship, which ended on the 11th in South Africa.

This is the 11th win in the DP World Tour.

Oosthuizen, who won the 2010 Open Championship and stood tall as a world-class player, joined LIV Golf when it was launched and has rarely participated in the PGA Tour or the DP World Tour, which was the main stage.

Oostichizen, who once rose to 4th place but was pushed down to 197th in the world rankings, went on the DP World Tour to earn world ranking points while LIV Golf was on hiatus, and achieved results that exceeded expectations.

With Oostheizen’s win, a LIV Golf player has won five times in six DP World Tour competitions that started last month.

Dean Burmister (South Africa) won the Joburg Open and South African Open, and Joaquin Niemann (Chile) reached the top of the Australian Open.

However, LIV Golf’s Henrik Stenson (Sweden), who participated in the Asian Professional Golf Tour’s Saudi Open with the aim of earning world ranking points, finished in second place, behind 19-year-old rookie Denwit Bori Bunsup (Thailand).

In the final round of the tournament held at Riyadh Golf Club (par 71) in Saudi Arabia, Bori Bunsup shot 7 under par 64 strokes and won with a total of 18 under par 266 strokes.

Stenson, who reduced 6 strokes, recorded 269 strokes, 15 under par.

Bori Bunsup won his first win in the Asian Professional Golf Tour following his win at the Aramco Invitational, the second part of the Asian Professional Golf Tour, two weeks ago. 토토사이트

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