Höhepunkte | Runde 4 | RBC Kanadisch | 2022

Hoehepunkte Runde 4 RBC Kanadisch 2022 2022

Sehen Sie sich die bes­ten Auf­nah­men des Tages aus Run­de 4 der RBC Cana­di­an Open 2022 an, unter ande­rem mit Rory McIl­roy, Jus­tin Rose, Jus­tin Tho­mas und Tony Fin­au. ABONNIEREN Sie jetzt die PGA TOUR: http://​pgat​.us/​v​B​x​c​ZSh Rory McIl­roy wird die­ses Wochen­en­de ver­su­chen, sei­nen Titel zu ver­tei­di­gen, wenn die PGA TOUR für die RBC Cana­di­an Open in den St. George’s Golf and Coun­try Club zurück­kehrt. Der Platz war zuletzt 2010 Aus­tra­gungs­ort des Tur­niers, als Carl Pet­ters­son sieg­reich war. Vor drei Jah­ren schlug der Nord­ire McIl­roy den Stre­cken­re­kord und sicher­te sich den Sieg mit sie­ben Schlä­gen Vor­sprung auf den zwei­ten Platz. Scot­tie Scheff­ler, die Num­mer 1 der Welt, wird in die­sem Jahr auf einen fünf­ten Sieg hof­fen, nach­dem er letz­tes Wochen­en­de in einem ange­spann­ten Play­off mit Sam Burns bei der Charles Schwab Chal­len­ge einen wei­te­ren ers­ten Platz knapp ver­passt hat­te. Ande­re bemer­kens­wer­te Spie­ler, die am Tee teil­neh­men, sind der Gewin­ner der PGA Cham­pions­hip 2022, Jus­tin Tho­mas, der Gewin­ner der THE PLAYERS Cham­pions­hip, Came­ron Smith, sowie Tony Fin­au, Jus­tin Rose und Tyrell Hat­ton. Besu­chen Sie https://​www​.pga​tour​.com für eine voll­stän­di­ge Bericht­erstat­tung zusam­men mit den neu­es­ten Nach­rich­ten, Wer­tun­gen und Sta­tis­ti­ken! Fol­gen Sie PGA TOUR online: Insta­gram: https://​insta​gram​.com/​p​g​a​t​o​ur/ Face­book: https://​www​.face​book​.com/​P​G​A​T​our Twit­ter: https://​twit​ter​.com/​P​G​A​T​OUR Tik­Tok: https://​tik​tok​.com /@pgatour Sound­Cloud: https://​sound​cloud​.com/​p​g​a​t​our Mel­den Sie sich für exklu­si­ve Bericht­erstat­tung an – http://​www​.pga​tour​li​ve​.com PGA TOUR Supers­to­re – http://​www​.pga​tour​su​pers​to​re​.com/

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109 thought on “Höhepunkte | Runde 4 | RBC Kanadisch | 2022”

  1. I mean, I can tell you the LIV event didnt have an oun­ce of dra­ma like this.

    Spea­king of LIV…that unna­med play­er he refe­ren­ced about having more PGA wins? Greg Norman 😂

    Rose had 3 eagles and could­n’t shoot 59. That feels like a once in a life­time chain of events.

    1. @Alpa it’s ok to exist. I’m not fond of any dealings with the Saudi’s but it’s every play­ers own per­so­nal choice. But I just don’t see it pro­du­cing the dra­ma like this becau­se of shot­gun starts. It’s effi­ci­ent, but lacks drama.

    2. @Paul John­son *Hit’s OB twice, next shot lands 5 yards in front of the green, chips in next shot luckily*

      “Mark me down for a 3”

      Play­ing partners: 👁👄👁

    3. @Alpa Hey, I’m no Bishop Pickering!
      Star­ting out, length was about all I had. Took awhile to deve­lop anything else. Dri­ver & 8 iron to two par 5s, and pit­ched in on a 310 yd par 4. Don’t for­get the quad on a par 4 and a mul­ti­tu­de of bogeys! Been many years sin­ce then tho.

  2. Gre­at finish but if you didn’t catch the Commissioner’s inter­view, it’s an insight on what is wrong with the PGA: Tone-deaf rich guys in bed with other tone-deaf rich guys, but not wan­ting to share the riches with cer­tain other (admit­ted­ly, tone-deaf) rich guys. If the Tour real­ly wan­ted to make a dif­fe­rence in com­mu­nities, they’d siphon off more of tho­se lar­ge pur­ses for the com­mu­nities in which they play. Yes, they love to tout how much money they dona­te, but it’s an embarr­as­sing pit­tance against how much money they gain. If you doubt that, think of how much you pay for health insuran­ce or bank loans, then recon­ci­le that against how much tho­se execs pay for the pri­vi­le­ge of put­te­ring around the cour­se with the pros and put­ting on golf matches (with free labor from local volunteers).

  3. For the ones who reads this just know this is only the begin­ning keep pushing, grin­ding, and figh­t­ing. Wha­te­ver it is in life you want to do to go after it life is to short. Life is a mara­thon not a sprint so go out the­re and live it up I hope all is well and goes well for you peace and one love.

    1. I agree we need a figh­t­ing spi­rit becau­se the world is sava­ge. This is the inspi­ra­ti­on of sports. Some­thing thing that Rory poin­ted out here is also that we need each other. That’s the first step to unity– under­stan­ding we are all figh­t­ing daily.

  4. Bril­li­ant last round by McIl­roy,. Tho­mas and Fin­au and Rose. It was fan­tastic!. I’m a big McIl­roy fan and it’s gre­at to see him back in form. His wedge play and put­ting were on top form as well as his dri­ving. Plays like that next week which I think he will and ano­t­her Major for him!

  5. Well­do­ne Rory, he did­n’t have to make a com­ment about one of legends in golf Greg Nor­man. He has a long way to go to match his stats.

    1. In my opi­ni­on, Rory has alrea­dy sur­pas­sed Greg Norman’s care­er and he’s only 33. Greg was gre­at but Rory is top 20 all time.

  6. So hap­py for Rory. He went and got em’! Cool to see him get a new fire for the game. This could be the start of some­thing great.

  7. Congra­tu­la­ti­ons Rory! And this is not a slight on Rory but just to put it in per­spec­ti­ve he will have to win 61 more times to tie Tiger, basi­cal­ly he will have to do what he has done in his ent­i­re care­er 3 more times.

  8. But the LIV tour has shot­gun starts! Who could pos­si­b­ly watch this dra­ma­tic finish with one of the most lova­ble guys to pick up a croo­ked stick taking the win when you could watch a bunch of has beens and never will bes have a shot­gun start?! And that’s not even get­ting into the ama­zing team names that make them sound more like dweeby col­le­ge aca­pel­la groups than squads of peak per­forming athletes.

  9. Make lon­ger high­light vide­os. Also, don’t make them so corny.

    Look at Indycar’s high­lights, for how it should be done.

    With LIV now a thing, the PGA needs BADLY to step up their social media game…

    1. Could­n’t agree more. I’m behind the PGA but their high­lights suck more often than not. The Euro­pean Tour does a good job. Copy them.

  10. I’m still not sure why the pga tour lea­ves out the key shots and bir­dies of other play­er in contention… 

    The high­lights would be much more attrac­ti­ve if they had a shot for shot expe­ri­ence with all gol­fers in contention…

  11. I think
    it’s fun­ny that McIll­boy and the PGA Jay Wana­hand are still run­ning down the Sau­di League. Espe­cial­ly when the third place finis­her made more than McIll­boy did win­ning first place.

  12. Schwart­zel win­ning $4m the day befo­re this does­n’t even come clo­se. Fans care about the tro­phies! Rory just needs to work on his air punches…

  13. Play­ers should be able to play on whiche­ver tour they wish. It’s up to the orga­nisers to make them ent­i­cing to play. This was cer­tain­ly real­ly exci­ting to watch. Rory shouldn’t get invol­ved in the poli­tics of the PGA / LIV tours. Just go out and play gre­at golf. That would be the best advert for the PGA Tour. I couldn’t care which tour a gol­fer selects to play, that’s up to them. I just love watching qua­li­ty – and tho­se play­ers in the Cana­di­an PGA tour cham­pions­hip put on a won­der­ful dis­play of golf.

  14. Three gre­at gol­fers and TRULY class acts in that last group. Nice chan­ge after watching yesterday’s final round ‘high­lights’.

  15. Hey PGA, tell us, with Rory’s Tay­lorma­de heads being manu­fac­tu­red in Chi­na, are you going to ban him off the tour too? And bet­ter yet, Rory, why are you not mout­hing off about that fact? I won­der if any of the @pgatour guys have Chi­ne­se pro­ducts in their house? You know, pro­ducts made in a coun­try that has 1.8million Mus­lims in “re-edu­ca­ti­on camps” or call them what they are, con­cen­tra­ti­on camps. Almost all the major brands have got bases in Chi­na, you dont hear them mout­hing off about that. Becau­se that is whe­re their pockets will real­ly get hurt. The hypo­cri­sy is so damn fun­ny. Chi­na is all over the PGA tour and you hear not a sin­gle word being said.

  16. Rory earns 1.56 mil­li­on for 4 days of golf. Charles Schwart­zel ear­ned 4,75 mil­li­on for 3 days of golf. Go do the maths.

  17. THIS is golf. I tur­ned off LIV after 5 minu­tes in Thurs­day. Utter gar­ba­ge in every way, just basi­cal­ly a clow­nish exhi­bi­ti­on bet­ween no-names, was­h­ups, and gree­dy slimeballs.

  18. I’ve said all along Rory Needs to be a Nas­ty per­son on the golf cour­se ins­tead of being Mr nice all the time ‚he show­ed it today awesome ✊

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