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The Australian PGA Championship Hibke’s retirement may miss the qualification of the Masters



On November 26th, Beijing time, Australian player Lucas Herbert was very angry and was ignored and failed to enter the Presidential Cup International Team. Instead, he hoped that he could get a seat in the American Masters early in the morning.

But on Friday, he gave up the Australian PGA Championship, representing him to put himself in a dangerous situation.

72 shots were launched at Brisbane, and Australia’s 26 -year -old player twisted his waist before the second round. He took anti -inflammatory medicine and worked hard for 10 holes. He finally obeyed the doctor’s advice and gave up the game to avoid further harm.

“I tried everything and hoped to fight,” said Lucas Herbert. “I want to continue to fight, strive to advance, and then climb up on the weekend.”

Lucas Herbert is currently ranked 55th in the world. If he breaks through the top 50 at the end of the year, he will get an invitation letter from Augusta. In 2022, he participated in the U.S. Masters for the first time because he won the first US tour in the Bermud Championship, and the world ranking rose to 40.

Lucas-Herbert plans to participate in the Australian Open in Melbourne next week, but if the injury causes him to participate in the competition, he will not be able to enter the American Masters. Of course, there are some ways here, but it is a pity to miss such an opportunity.

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