Glorious International Tour Dou Zecheng crashed in the final round, missed the PGA Tour next season

Glorious International Tour Dou Zecheng crashed in the final round, missed the PGA Tour next season
The 2019 Glorious International Golf Tournament ended this morning at the National Golf Club of Victoria.The English player Tom Lewis, who won the championship, and 24 other players won the second batch of PGA Tour membership cards next season.The 26th-ranked Chinese player Dou Zecheng unfortunately failed to achieve his goal of returning to the PGA Tour.Dou Zecheng fully completed the goal of returning to the PGA Tour.Figure / PGA TOUR After the first three rounds of competition, Dou Zecheng was in the top ten, but still failed to stand steadily to the end on the crucial last day.Nine holes before the final round, Dou Zecheng caught 3 birdies, swallowed a bogey, and turned 2 shots below par.Unfortunately, he didn’t catch a birdie on the last nine holes. Instead, he swallowed two double bogeys and shot 74. The ranking shifted to tied for 26th, missed the PGA Tour next season.At this point, the 2019 Glorious International Tour is all over.Zhang Xinjun returned to the PGA Tour 2019-2020 season as the first in the regular season standings and the second in the total standings. Dou Zecheng and Yuan Yechun will continue to play as members in the Glorious International Tour of the next season.Match.The biggest winner this season is the 23-year-old American player Scotty Schaeffler.As the top spot leaderboard for the entire season and the top spot leaderboard for the series finals, he won a true full card for the PGA Tour next season and a ticket to the 2020 Player Championship.Schaeffler won one of the three series finals, and the other two ranked 11th and 7th respectively.”It’s a great thing to be able to participate in the Players Championship next year.”Schaffler, who graduated from the University of Texas, said.He was the first player to be ranked first in both standings after Chesson Hadley in 2017.The 2019-2020 season PGA Tour will be unveiled on September 12, and the first game will be the antique Green Rose at TPC Old White Stadium in West Virginia.Editor Zhang Yunfeng proofreading Liu Jun