Both Rickie Fowler and Tiger Woods have reasons to celebrate at the 2017 Hero World Challenge.
Rickie Fowler had a fourth round of incredible matches when he scored -11 points to win the Hero World Challenge with a total of -18. He is more than the leader in round 2.3, Charley Hoffman is 4 strokes apart. Hoffman hit 72 strokes, even par on the last day. Tiger Woods marked his return as a 9th place, total score of -8 after round 4 hitting 68 (-4). Super Tiger’s performance has strengthened the confidence of fans around the world about his health situation after 10 months of absence, besides that the 8-achievement is truly beyond the expectations of optimists Best.
Rickie Fowler completed the Hero World Challenge final without any bogey, in which he had 7 birdie points in a row from holes 1 to 7,continued to score 4 birdies in holes 9, 11, 13 and 15. Rickie hit 61 sticks in this round to win the championship full of surprises in the tournament.
Sharing after the victory, Rickie Fowler said: “In the end, he and I (Tiger Woods) had interesting things in the tournament. I knew I had to play very steadily and through every single hole I wanted. affirmed to Charley Hoffman that I am still here”.
Tiger Woods on Sunday rounds had a good first nine results when he got 3 birdie points and the Eagle celebration in hole 7. In 9 holes after the super tiger got a double bogey score right on hole 10 and got back to3 birdies with holes 11,14,15 but then stick 2 bogey points on holes 17 and 18.There are many things Tiger Woods regrets for missing out on many delicious opportunities but this result is a welcome display Can’t be more awesome for the day back. He still needs to practice and compete more in order to find his inherent performance. Hopefully Tiger Woods can overcome the 79 titles of PGA TOUR in the near future.
Tiger Woods said after the Hero World finals: “The feeling is great now. This reflects exactly what I did when I practiced overtime at home. Hope to improve the performance in the next tournament of 2018”.
Ranking third (-12) includes Tommy Fleetwood and Jordan Spieth. Hero Hero Challenge 2016 champion Hideki Matsuyama shared 5th place position with Justin Rose and Patrick Reed when there were similar scores of-11. Standing solo at No.8 (-10) is the Italian golfer Francesco Molinari.
With this victory of Rickie Fowler: You will be ranked No. 7in the world. Winning at Hero World Challenge, though not recorded in the achievements of the PGA TOUR, he is also happy to get the second title in 2017 after Honda Classic in February. Rickie brought in a $ 1 million bonus for the Hero World championship.