Brooke Henderson

Brooke Henderson ‘win Wire-to-Wire’ opening game with new..

Brooke Henderson ‘win Wire-to-Wire’ opening game with new club TaylorMade

Brooke Henderson (26, Canada) won the wire-to-wire title in the total prize money of $1.5 million for the Hilton Grand Vacations Tournament of Champions in the opening game of the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) Tour.

Brooke Henderson

Brooke Henderson shot a 2-under 70 with three birdies and a bogey in the final fourth round of the tournament held at Lake Nona Golf & Country Club (par 72) in Orlando, Florida on the 22nd.

Henderson, who recorded a total of 16-under 272, beat joint second-place Maya Stark (Sweden) and Charlie Hull (England) by four strokes to reach the top. The prize money for the championship is $225,000.

This is her 13th LPGA Tour victory since the Evian Championship in July last year.

Henderson said, “I try to record multiple wins every year, so winning from the opening game seems to ease the burden of this season a little.”

Starting this season, he will use TaylorMade’s club and ball instead of his old sponsor Ping. As soon as he changed his club, he never came down from the lead from the first round to the final round and won the “wire to wire” championship.

While the world ranking, which is currently seventh, is also expected to rise further, Henderson, who was asked if he had a goal of becoming the world’s No. 1 and Player of the Year, replied, “I definitely got off to a dream start.”

Nellie Corda of the U.S., the world’s second-ranked player, also changed her club to TaylorMade and finished fourth (11-under 277).

Koda was disappointed with the results, but vowed to perform better in future matches because he played his first tournament with new equipment. “The good thing is that I have a lot of work to do in the future and I’m looking forward to it very much,” he said. “I’ll leave the tour for four weeks and practice hard to check my performance.” 사설토토

Meanwhile, the tournament has been a “King of Kings” competition where only the winners have participated over the past two years, and five South Korean players, including Park In-bee (35), Ko Jin-young (28), Kim Hyo-joo (28), Ji Eun-hee (37) and Jeon In-ji (29), are eligible to participate. However, all of them were absent due to personal reasons, competition schedules, and training plans.

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