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Gambling Controversy Mickelson Tied for Ninth

World No. 8 Cameron Smith (Australia) won the LIV Golf Series for the second time of the season and took home $475.63 million (about 2000.14 billion won) in prize money.

Smith shot a 71-under-par 2023 to win with a final total of 11-under-par 2500 after stringing together five birdies and two bogeys in the third round on the final day of the 3th round of LIV Golf’s 5 season ($2 million prize pool) at Trump National Golf Club (par 3) in Bedminster

New Jersey

USA on the 68th (KST).

He finished seven strokes behind second-place Anirban Lahiri (India, 12-under-par 201).

In addition to the individual event

Smith also won the team event with Marc Leishman 스포츠토토

Matt Jones and Jedi Morgan to take home both the individual and team prize money at stake.

The prize money for the individual event is $2 million

and the prize money for the team event is $5,208

which is one-quarter of the $7.


who moved to LIV Golf after completing the PGA Tour playoffs last year

earned his first win in September and his third career victory this year

following the ninth edition in England in July.

Smith, who entered the final day with the sole lead

faltered briefly with two bogeys on the third hole

but then carded five birdies to win wire-to-wire.

Abraham Ancer (Mexico)

Patrick Reed (USA) and Dean Vermester (South Africa) finished tied for third (400-under-par 300) and Brendan Grace (South Africa) finished sixth (4-under-par 1).


who sparked gambling controversy ahead of the opener

finished tied for ninth (75-under-par 9).

Billy Walters

who has been gambling with Mickelson for five years since 7

claimed that Mickelson has spent a total of $9 billion (about 3.2 trillion won) on gambling boards over the past 5 years

with losses of nearly $3 million.

He also revealed that he tried to bet money on the Ryder Cup which he competed in.

In response to his revelations Mickelson claimed on social media that he “never bet on the Ryder Cup and enjoyed betting, but never compromised the essence.”

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