Victory in Mexico, Patrick Reed won the title of 2nd world golf champion

The rounds of the first WGC-World Championship event in 2020 are 4 different names but the winner is only one. Patrick Reed left Chapultepec on February 23 with the second WGC title, with a $ 1,820 million bonus.

2018 Masters Masters Patrick Reed and South African phenomena Erik van Rooyen enter the final round with a 1-point difference compared to the leader of the third round, Justin Thomas.

But the world’s No. 1 former golfer ended up having the most disappointing round in this tournament. He finished with 73 sticks, falling 5 steps to the same rank 6 final.

Golfer leading the third round, Justin Thomas finished in the same position of 6th place, with a reward of 320 thousand USD.

Thomas’ downfall opened the door for golfer to pursue behind him to rise up at the most important moments, including Bryson DeChambeau and Patrick Reed.

Patrick Reed had an amazing speed to win the second WGC title in his career. Photos by Golf Channel

After the first 14 holes, Bryson DeChambeau took the lead thanks to 8 birdies and got a bogey, bringing his total score to -18, Patrick Reed came close behind with -16. At this time Chapultepec’s audience was thinking about a happy scenario for ‘crazy scientist”.

Final chart of WGC Mexico 2020

Meanwhile, though not performing so well, Patrick Reed has the most necessary focus at crucial moments.

Persistent competition, always ignoring the controversy created a skilled Patrick Reed

Surprise of the final started to happen. From hole 15-17, Patrick Reed scored three birdies seamlessly to make it to the top of the table after Bryson DeChambeau made a mistake in hole 17 with a bogey error.

Mistake in hole 17 made DeChambeau finished second in the end with a total score of -17, receiving a reward of $ 1,150 million

Despite being bogeyed in the last pit, Patrick Reed still preserved the final victory with a total score of -18.

This victory earned Patrick Reed the second WGC title, bringing the total number of golfer titles born in 1990 at the PGA Tour to 8, while rising to the 8th world ranking when OWGR was announced on 24 / 2.

This championship made Reed full of opportunities to qualify for the US team to compete in the Tokyo Olympics and the Ryder Cup later this year.

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