Australian amateur golfer Jasper Stubbs has qualified for both the Masters and The Open men’s golf majors in one fell swoop.
Stubbs shot a four-round total of 1-under-par 285 on the final day of the Asia Pacific Amateur Championship (AAC) at the Royal Melbourne Golf Club (par-71) in Melbourne, Australia, on Monday to tie with Ding Wonyi and Zheng Yuehe (China) and force a playoff. They were unable to reach a decision on the first playoff, and Stubbs won the second playoff with a par.
The tournament, co-organized by Augusta National Golf Club, which hosts the Masters, the R&A, which hosts the Open, and the Asia-Pacific Golf Confederation (APGC), gives the winner a spot in the following year’s Masters and Open.짱구카지노
Han Chang-won won the inaugural event in 2009 and Lee Chang-woo came out on top in 2013 to qualify for the Masters.
Korea entered seven players – Park Ji-won, Song Tae-hoon, Moon Dong-hyun, Ahn Sung-hyun, Kim Hyun-wook, Lee Sung-ho and Lee Byung-ho – to try to win their third title, but all finished in the top 20.
Park Ji-won, who attends the University of California, Berkeley, finished tied for 21st with a 12-over par 296 total, while Song Tae-hoon tied for 41st (18-over par 302), An Sung-hyun tied for 48th (20-over par 304), and Kim Hyun-wook and Moon Dong-hyun finished below 50. It was the third time in the tournament that a Korean player failed to break into the top 10.