Sunday, October 24, 2010

Els won the PGA Grand Slam

SOUTHHAMPTON Ernie Els made nine birdies for the third consecutive victories at the same time creating through a punch at the PGA Grand Slam of Golf tournament yesterday.

Els events listed for the four-man tournament, designed to compete with the four major champions tournament. He recorded two-under-par 69 to collect a total of five under par total 137. Els to face the Masters champion, Phil Mickelson, the 36-hole record total of five under par 137, the best record for winning through a blow defeating American David Toms.

Former PGA champion Toms, replacing a British Open champion, Louis Oosthuizen in the two-day tournament. He was originally topped with at least three wins, but only ended with 71 to 138.

U.S. Open champion (USA), Graeme McDowell of Northern Ireland, recorded 73 points, while PGA champion Martin Kaymer of Germany won 71. They end the tournament by eight strokes behind and 145 total. Els won two victories in this tournament, which was diraihnya in 1997, at Poipu Bay, Hawaii.

In the same year, Els and then add them in the U.S. Open title, which has been diraihnya in 1994. Three major victory for the players from South Africa is the 2002 British Open.

Els made birdies late in the 14th, while Toms won the par. "If someone do it once, so what do you think is his best shot. But, if he managed to do twice in three holes, then it is likely he was indeed determined to win this tournament,''Els said when commenting on the two chip-ins Toms.

I am somewhat distressed''when making way, when I do, I try to imagine how to defeat him,''he said.

Els shared the position with a birdie at 15, which also equals the resulting bogey Toms. Els was ahead with birdies at the par 16 and strengthen it through a distance of 10 feet from the hole 17.

"I made a good putt,''Els said.

Els is scheduled to leave for the Asian Championship to be held in Malaysia next week. Then will move to Shanghai for the HSBC tournament face.

He said Dubai World Championship have been made possible due to Kaymer Dubai topped the chart in the ranking.

"I will go where the competition is beneficial. If not, then I would switch to playing in the 'Million Dollar' (South Africa), which has three years I was not there as I squeezed into the crowded schedule,''he said.

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