Taylor Kuchi (32, USA – pictured) has turned his life around at LIV Golf after failing to make a mark on the PGA Tour. The Saudi Arabian-backed LIV Golf golfer became the first player in history to hit the “three-win plateau” and cash in. 토토사이트

Gucci carded four birdies and a bogey in the final three rounds of the eighth event of LIV Golf’s 2023 season ($25 million purse) at Real Club Valderrama (par 71-6985) in Cádiz, Spain, on Wednesday (March 3). With a final total of 12-under-par 201, Gucci won by one stroke over Bryson DeChambeau (30-USA), who shot 11-under-par 202.

Gooch, who won in Australia and Singapore in April, respectively, recorded his first three victories on LIV Golf with the lowest round of the tournament. He joins Brooks Koepka (33) and Dustin Johnson (39-USA) as the only players to have two wins through eight events.

In addition to the $4 million first-place prize for winning the individual event and the $375,000 runner-up prize for the team event, Kuchi cashed in $4.37 million this week alone. Combined with his three wins this year, his team prize money has totaled $13.376 million.

Before turning pro in 2014, Kuchi earned $9.25 million in 122 PGA Tour events, including one win (2021 RSM Classic), before moving to LIV Golf. He needed just eight LIV Golf events this year to surpass his PGA Tour career earnings.

Gooch sank a 4.5-meter birdie putt on the final 18 holes of the tournament to win by one stroke over DeChambeau in a potential playoff.

DeShambeau held a one-stroke lead going into the second round, but was once again unable to cross the final threshold and had to settle for his first LIV victory. The ninth edition of LIV Golf will be held in London, England, starting on July 7.

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