– That’s not why I do what I do, but it’s really cool. I don’t hate money.
It says the Norwegian star under one Press Conference Before the very prestigious season finale of the PGA Tour that began Thursday night.
Only the top 30 players of the season qualified, and the winner walks away with a whopping $15 million.
No matter how well I did this week, it wouldn’t change my life. Hovland points out that I’ll wake up the next day and try to get better at golf and have fun.
Bought a mixer and grill
This week’s tournament is being held as a fishing start. Players collected points over the course of the season, and these are just the top 30 total list Which compensates for winning the Tour Championship in East Lake in Atlanta.
Hovland was No. 13 before the opening round, which means he started seven strokes behind leader Patrick Cantlay. The 23-year-old also qualified last year, but then started ten strokes behind the leader.
This year he was more in the shooting range, and he definitely benefited from that. And the Norwegian player, Thursday, fought four equal hits, passed several players and buttoned the advance ahead. Before tonight’s round, he’s in joint fifth, and that’s the generous overall title found in the pot.
Great starting point he got before the end of the season with the help of A peak sky level, stable good game, climbing the rankings, and therefore a lot of prize money.
The general overview shows that so far in his career he has scored nearly 67 million kroner PGA Tours. Plus, some good payouts come next first the third place then one win over employment European tours, as well as personal agreements and sponsorship cooperation.
– It is good to have this freedom to do what you want, and to make things easier on yourself, says the Norwegian about large sums, but he assures that in no case did he withdraw completely even if the account was filled.
– I live in Oklahoma then. I live in one of the cheapest states, and I haven’t exactly spent a lot of money, Hovland explains, and seems to have given up a bit on the money issues.
when he visited Podcast For! This summer he revealed that the blender and grill are some of the coolest things he’s bought, and that he lives pretty much the same as before.
Marios Thorpe, a golf expert at Eurosport, realizes that it can be a bit annoying for golfers to be asked about money, but he still thinks most players understand that it’s being asked for. Especially now that we’ve been talking about such staggering amounts.
– Thorpe explains to NRK that it’s not a factor that Victor golfs, but I think he’s motivated a little bit, either consciously or unconsciously.
– It was crazy
This season’s final is the last of three playoffs. The field was shaved off weekend after weekend, leaving only the world’s elite left.
However, Hovland went to work Thursday night with disrespect, and especially on the fifth hole made onlookers stare. The 23-year-old continued to encounter a strange eagle from the edge of the woods after hitting the ball far to the left.
– I had to hit her under some branches, but at the same time also over some trees, and I thought at once that I hit her too far. I was shocked when I saw her landing on the grass and disappearing into the hole. It was crazy, says Hovland, smiling about the battle of dreams.
A great run on Thursday means the Oslo man is now only trounced behind the duo in third place. He has six hits up to the aforementioned Cantlay in the lead. The tournament ends on Sunday.
Note: Hovland continues to hunt for the total trophy at 19.45 on Friday night. Round can follow stroke she has.
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