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Max Homa retains the title at the Fortinet Championship

The American Max Homa revalidated this Sunday his title in the Fortinet Championship, which was played from Thursday in Napa (California, USA) and


The American Max Homa revalidated this Sunday his title in the Fortinet Championship, which was played from Thursday in Napa (California, USA) and which opened the new season of the PGA Tour.

Homa finished with -16 in total (-4 on Sunday) ahead of the British Danny Willett (-15 accumulated, -3 in the last round) and the American Taylor Montgomery (-13 in total, -8 in the fourth day).

Argentina’s Emiliano Grillo was the only Hispanic golfer to make the weekend cut, finishing with -7 overall after delivering a -3 card this Sunday.

At the same time that the Fortinet Championship was held this week and within the LIV Golf the LIV Invitational in Chicago, a new appointment of the very controversial initiative promoted by Saudi Arabia and that, with succulent economic prizes, aspires to organize a circuit that rivals in quality and prestige with the PGA Tour.