El Abierto de EE.UU., a ‘Major’ as a ‘truce’ of the conflict for the LIV

El Abierto de EE.UU., a ‘Major’ as a ‘truce’ of the conflict for the LIV

Brookline (United States), June 15 (EFE).- The Country Club was launched in one year of opening in the United States on four occasions in its history, 34 years after it returns to a Major to this special tan field, one of the five clubs Founders of the US Golf Association, you unrecognized nostalgics on the coast recognize a specific place, you’re getting ‘fairways’, small ‘greenes’ and a very technical tour.

This return to the traditional with a tan historic and charismatic course contrasts with the new airs that llegan the world of golf, y es que el pistoletazo de salida, el past weekend en Londres, de las LIV Golf Series, no ha ha ha mais que add to the controversy and the cross of declarations between those who support it and those who are maintained in the classical system.

The last time the ‘US Open’ was played at this Massachusetts field was in 1988. It was six years before Jon Rahm was born. El de Barrika leaves among the favorites and wants to repeat the good feelings of last year in San Diego and revalidate his title.

When the meeting was approved, the days of entry into Brookline were approved to make clear his positioning as one of the defenders of the PGA Tour with his statements about the LIV Golf series: “Tres dias para mí no es un Torneo de Golf, y sin cut. It’s so simple. I want to play against the best in the world in a format that has existed for cientos de años”. Rahm was a great director to give his opinion on the new Saudi model, as he had done before.

It is also clear that there is reference to why some of his teammates chose to leave the PGA Tour. “The money is great, but I don’t change my lifestyle if I earn 400 million dollars. I wouldn’t change anything. I could retire now even with what hecho and live a happy life and not return to play golf. In fact, he never played for economic reasons. Lo hago for the love of this deporte,” he stated.

On the side of the aforementioned Jon Rahm, the bets are situated as the main favorite of the Norwegian Rory McIlroy, who arrives at Brookline after imposing himself at the RBC Canadian Open last weekend, completing a sensational last Sunday round with up to ten birdies ‘. Since my youth, since the last inspiration I had in Toronto, there is no doubt that he is the number one favorite to lift the trophy and probably the most in-form golfer at the moment.

Three more complete names in the list of candidates to be champions in this edition. Justin Thomas is one of them, looking to expand his Majors collection this season after his triumph at the Tulsa PGA Championship, in addition to a Scottie Scheffler who has slightly lowered his delivery for the final victory for his world number one status. If you forget the bien that the American Brooks Koepka always competes in the US Open, become the champion of what you were champion in 2017 and 2018 and have been at a point of turning to win on a couple of occasions.

On the sidelines of favorites and before Tiger Woods’ absence, the hotspots of legendary names like Phil Mickelson or American Dustin Johnson are now expected to not be at their best confidence level. A total of 156 players complete the departure card in these first rounds of jueves y viernes.

The representation of Spanish-speaking golfers is very strong, for a total of players of the siete, which tries to emulate the deed of the only ones who, until now, signed the primer puesto del Torneo ‘in español’, Ángel Cabrera (2007, in Oakmont, Pennsylvania ) and Jon Rahm (2021, in Torrey Pines, California).

The margin that Barrika can repeat, which leaves as highlighted in the predictions of Chilean Mito Pereira, punishing a possible revelation about the peak of the year 25 years. say better.

The complete representation, with the first objective of passing the cut, the Spaniards Sergio García (55th in the world) and Adri Arnaus (53), the Colombian Sebastián Muñoz (54), the Mexican Abraham Ancer (20) and the Chilean Joaquín Niemann ( 17).

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