Nick Falde says that Liv Golf \ ‘Top Target, who has already refused proposals, has the best swing \’

April 21, 2024

Nick Faldo IR, a big fan of Ludvig Aberg, a Riding Star Star on the PGA tour, gives him a great compliment because the Swedish excellent form is continuing in RBC HERITAGE.

Ludwig Aberg was a golf professional player who has been a golf for less than a year, but the surprising growth of Sweden’s sense at the top of the game is Nika Faldo IR’s incredible compliment.

The 24 -year -old debuted as an open Canadian in June 2023, and he immediately won one of the best players on the earth, won both the DP World Tour and the PGA tour, and in his first major last week. I finished the second master. Last year, he played an important role in the victory of the Roman European rider cup. Aberg rose to seventh place in the Official World Golf Rankings, a feat he achieved with a graceful swing and rare talent. He sits fourth in the FedEx Cup standings behind the imposing Scottie Scheffler, Windham Clark and Xander Schauffele, with six-time major champion Faldo saying he is a big fan of the Swede. It is no exaggeration. Aberg was just one stroke behind the leader in the middle of the RBC Heritage held at Harbor Town on Hilton Head Island, and after a duet with Rory McIlroy, he made a sensational approach shot to cut the deficit to five points in the first inning, drawing a sold-out crowd. surprised me. round. Thursday.

Aberg hit a 2-iron to 10 feet from 272 yards and took advantage of a flat putter opportunity to rise to the top of the leaderboard. Faldo responded to a clip of the footage posted on social media, writing, “Is this the best golf shot you’ve ever seen or something?” Airplane perfection! »

This is certainly high praise for a player who seems destined for greatness in the coming years, but if he doesn’t accept a big offer from LIV Golf while still a student at Texas Tech. If he had, his story might have been very different. In 2022, Aberg turned down a two-year contract worth £2 million plus fees to turn professional and join the Breakaway Tour.

“There were some red flags and it’s not good,” Aberg told Eurosport [via Golf Digest] in December, where he explained his decision to reject LIV’s offer 18 months ago. “I realized that I could potentially burn a lot of bridges, but I wasn’t interested in that. Looking back, I’m very confident in my decision. I never pursue money. What I do is competing. I acted properly. “I’m a competitive person and I like competing with the best players, so I want to play with the best players. Unfortunately, it’s not like that at the moment, it’s a little bit more fragmented. “When you look at the PGA Tour and the competitions that are held there, you see that there is a lot of history behind every competition. And that’s what I like and strive for. That’s it. But in that case you must respect