Sergio Garcia to the US Open for 24 consecutive years

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Sergio Garcia, who plays in the LIV Golf Series, will compete at the US Open next month.

On the 24th (Korean time), Garcia won the U.S. Open qualifier by tying for fourth place in the final qualifying round of the U.S. Open held in Dallas, Texas, U.S., with a 36-hole stroke play. A large number of players from the LIV series such as Brooks Koepka, Dustin Johnson, Bryson DeChambeau, Phil Mickelson, and Cameron Smith will participate in this US Open.

Garcia has a lifetime qualification for winning the Masters. However, in other major tournaments, he has no right to participate in the world rankings after joining LIV. After failing to attend the PGA Championship, which ended on the 21st, his record of participating in all major tournaments was suspended for 24 consecutive years.

Garcia will participate in the 7th LIV Golf Tournament held at Trump National Golf Club (par 72) in Sterling, Virginia, USA for three days from the 27th. The qualifying round in which Garcia participated took eight U.S. Open qualifiers, but 2010 U.S. Open champion Graeme McDowell was one stroke short and was unable to play in the U.S. Open.스포츠토토

Carson Young, a rookie on the PGA Tour, took first place in the preliminary round with a course record of 62 strokes. The third major tournament of the season, the US Open, will open on June 16 at the Los Angeles Country Club in California, USA.

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