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‘Champions Tour winner’ Langer wins 45th tie, the most ever

On the senior stage, Bernhard Langer (66), a championship maker who rivaled Tiger Woods, won his 45th championship in the PGA Champions Tour, setting a tie record for the most wins in his career.

On the 20th (Korean time) at the Tiburon Golf Club (par 72) in Naples, Florida, USA, Langer played 7-under on the final day of the Classic, beating Steve Stricker by 3 strokes with a final total of 17-under and stood at the top.스포츠토토

With this, Langer won his 45th win on the Champions Tour, tying the record for most wins held by Hale Irwin (USA). He also extended his own record for the oldest win.

The Champions Tour is a senior tour for players over the age of 50. Young (?) players just over the age of 50, such as Padrig Harrington, Choi Kyung-ju, and Yang Yong-eun, continue to flow in, but the 66-year-old Langer still has no intention of giving up his place as a champion on the Champions Tour. Langer’s record for most wins is only a matter of time.

Langer, who set foot on the Champions Tour in 2007, has continued his ups and downs enough to win every year since.

Yang Yong-eun cut 7 strokes in the final round to tie for 10th place (9 under par), and Choi Kyung-joo tied for 52nd place (2 over par).

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