Golf US Open Matsuyama collapses and is 17th with a total of 8 overs September 21st 7:25
The final round of the US Open Championship, an overseas major for men's golf, was held in New York on the 20th, and Hideki Matsuyama, who started from 4th place, 5 strokes behind the lead, suffered a difficult course and lost his score, totaling 8 overs. Finished in 17th place.
Matsuyama, who participated in the US Open for eight consecutive years, started the final round from 4th place, 5 strokes behind the leader, with the aim of becoming the first Japanese male player to win an overseas major title.
Matsuyama on that day lost his score in the early stages, such as hitting three consecutive bogeys after the shot was disturbed and No. 1 was a double bogey.
At number 6, I took my first birdie of the day, but suffered from a difficult course from beginning to end, and in the final round I dropped 8 scores with 1 birdie, 7 bogeys and 1 double bogey.
Matsuyama finished 17th with a total of 8 overs, and was not the first Japanese male player to win a major overseas title.
Ryo Ishikawa dropped eight scores and was 51st with a total of 18 overs, and Shugo Imahira dropped 12 scores to 61st with a total of 25 overs.
Bryson DeChambeau, an American player who won the under par for only one person in total for four days, increased his score by three in the final round and won the title of the first US Open with a total of six under par.