American Professional Football (NFL) star Aaron Rogers (USA, photo) lifted the championship cup in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am amateur division of the American Professional Golf (PGA) Tour.

In the third round of토토사이트 the tournament held at Pebble Beach Golf Links (par 72) in Monterey, California, on the 6th, Rogers won with Ben Silverman (Canada) and 5 under par 67 strokes, with a final total of 26 under par 189 strokes.

Former FedEx CEO Don Collerang paired with Peter Malnati (USA) finished second with 25 under par 190 strokes, and former tennis player Mardi Fish teamed up with Charlie Hoffman (USA) finished third with 23 under par 192 strokes.

At the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, after the third round, the cuts were made to the pro-60th place and amateur joint-25th place, and the final match was held the next day.

Rogers, who has been a Green Bay Packers quarterback since 2005 and won the Super Bowl and MVP in 2011, has a reputation as a great golf fanatic.

In 2021, he paired up with Bryson Dishambo (USA) and defeated Phil Mickelson (USA) and NFL star Tom Brady (USA) in the event competition’The Match’. After Green Bay failed to make the playoffs this season, Rodgers entered the tournament with a ‘Plan B’ and finally won the championship.

Silverman, who played on the same team, recorded 1 over par for three days and missed the cut in the professional division, while Rogers won the amateur championship. Silverman praised him, saying, “When I recorded a double bogey, he had a par save.”

“This win is very important to me,” Rogers said. Winning the Pebble Beach Pro-Am was one of the bucket lists of my life.” He continued, “(NFL colleague) Josh Allen said that my win was in the 3rd round competition, so an asterisk (*) was attached, but that’s okay. The winning record will remain forever,” he said.

Soccer star Gareth Bale (Wales), who drew a lot of attention even before the tournament, tied for 16th place with Joseph Bramlitt (USA) with 16-under-par 199 strokes. Bale said, “I received a lot of compliments, but it was also a lot of pressure.”

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