PGA Tour: Colombia’s Sebastian Munoz wins at Sanderson Farms Championships
The 26-year-old Colombian golfer Munoz beat South Korea’s Im Sung-jae at Sandeerson Farms Championshipps in Mississippi on Septmber 22.
After Chilean golfer Joaquin Niemann, Sebastian Munoz becomes second South American player in a row to register win on the PGA Tour.
The 26-year-old Sebastian Munoz becomes the second Colombian after Camilo Villegas to won on the PGA Tour.
A week ago, Chiles Joaquin Niemann won ‘The Greenbrier Classic’ at The Old White TPC.
About the match
The 26-year-old Colombian made a 15-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole and then won the game with a par on the first extra hole. After this impressive win, Sebastian Munoz gets a place in the Masters which is going to be held in next April. In the final round of the match, Munoz fired a two-under 70. Sebastian Munoz began the week with 179th rank in the world. Last season’s PGA Tour rookie of the year, Im Sung-Jae birdied three straight holes on the back nine of the Country Club.
Munoz’s views on the game
After the game, Sebastian Munoz said, “It was just a great day”. “Putts weren’t going in but
When talking about Niemann’s last week win, he said, “Joaquin Niemann’s win gave me the belief that I needed, the little extra belief that I’m good enough, that I’m here and it’s just crazy.”
In other golf tournaments, Rocco Mediate wins Sanford International while English golfer Danny Willett won European Tour event at BMW PGA Championship. The next tournament of PGA Tour is Safeway Open on 26-29 September.