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The PGA Tour You are in the second week of your 'vacation' period, but the Hero World Challenge appears full of stars. After forced pause by the p


The PGA Tour You are in the second week of your ‘vacation’ period, but the Hero World Challenge appears full of stars. After forced pause by the pandemic, the event is back at the Albany Golf Club, in the Bahamas, hosted by Tiger Woods, who returns after his accident last February. Did not play Golf, but presents the event that brings together the best of the best.

“I am excited to be with Hero MotoCorp in this event that is special, with the strongest field we have ever had. Many of the players who have been in this special format have started their own foundations or charity events, so we are proud of this event. It will be fun to see the boys play, I miss it, I’ve been out for almost a year, “he says. Woods.

“Hero’s relationship with Tiger does not revolve around his current game, but because of what he has done in the past for the sport through his founding, that is what I admire and that is why we connect,” acknowledges the Dr. Pawan Munjal, Woods’ friend and CEO of Hero MoroCorp.

The event brings together 20 of the best golfers, from champions of the FedEx Cup, What Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth, Justin thomas, Justin Rose and Henrik Stenson, monarch of the 2019 Hero World Challenge, to Collin Morikawa, second in the standings, and the Mexican Abraham Ancer; Brooks Koepka and Bryson DeChambeau will even arrive after their date this Friday in Las Vegas.

The field of Albany, par 72 designed by Ernie Els, receives the HWC for the sixth year and awards 3.5 million dollars to the winner.

The Mexican Ancer is located in the eighth position as the favorite to conquer the event in the Bahamas, after finally breaking with the sensational victory of the past St. Jude Invitational at TPC Southwind. In his Albany presentation, Abraham is already a threat to the rest.

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