California, Sep 15 (IANS) A ton has changed for Sahith Theegala, yet the Indian-American says nothing has changed for him. From being 351st On the planet toward the finish of 2021, Theegala is correct now 55th.
The ocean change in his profession came from having equipped for the Visit Titles, which has opened such countless entryways for Theegala. This week he will tee up at the Fortinet Titles at the Silverado Resort and Spa (North Course) in Napa, California.
Theegala, 24, who loves visiting India, from where his folks hailed and made the US their home, keeps areas of strength for a with their nation of beginning.
Presently as he gets set for the new season 2022-23, he said, “Nothing changes. Only appreciative for the valuable chance to play occasions with a greater amount of the top players. The cash for me by and by doesn’t make any difference to an extreme yet.
I need to demonstrate significantly more to myself simply in attempting to further develop my golf match-up and mentality. Yet, generally speaking clearly exceptionally eager to play in big occasions.”
So how did Theegala enjoy the reprieve after the Visit Title? He said, “Not a very remarkable break. In any case, ideal to reset and contemplate stuff beyond golf and simply unwind. I figure the genuine break will be during the November/December offseason. Didn’t celebrate or anything by the same token.. going to sit tight for a superior time frame.”
Also, on December 4 he will mark his 25th birthday celebration. By then in the innermost being, he desires to have his lady PGA Visit win. That will be a great chance to celebrate.
As a freshman, Theegala’s fantasy was to continue onward up and up on the Visit, straight up to getting into the Visit Title. That turned into a reality. “That was perfect,” he said just.
In any case, even as he trusted that the last round will complete at the BMW Title, it was clear it was an apprehensive stand by. He should have been inside “The 30” to open more entryways, even a few other big names passed up a great opportunity. At last, he made it.
When he was into the Visit Title, the pressure subsided, however presently he was quick to complete higher. It didn’t work out. He finished 28th.
By all accounts, Theegala got a shade the greater part 1,000,000 (US 520,00) for completing 28th in the field, however he is presently near the precarious edge of receiving a few astonishing rewards as the last wraparound season starts off this week in California.
At a time, when ‘money’ is the popular expression in golf and heard more frequently than birdies and intruder, Theegala’s considerations are reviving.
However, coming to the Visit Title at the East Lake is like strolling into another world. He is ensured a spot in every one of the four majors in 2023 for certain massive handbags – $17.5 million for U.S. Open; $15 million for Experts and PGA Title, and $14 million for Open Title. Those handbags make certain to go up when the players tee up.
Theegala, who pretty much got out of the dark at St. Andrews (“It was a blessing from heaven,” he said then) however is presently ensured each of the four Majors.
Then there are those record breaking totes at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, Beginning Invitational, and the Remembrance, which will all component $20 million satchels – for the record the handbags at these occasions have gone up from $12 million out of 2022 and are over two times the $9.3 million being played for at those competitions simply last year in 2021.
Theegala verged on winning a couple of times in 2022, something that would have him into the Competition of Champions in Hawaii. He didn’t win, yet he got into the Visit Title. That from 2023 will guarantee a beginning at the Competition of Champions. Another reward.
A most intriguing aspect regarding the Fortinet is that every one of its last three victors has proceeded to meet all requirements for the Visit Title.
Starting this season, the main 70 players at the finish of the Wyndham Title will meet all requirements for the FedExCup End of the season games, while the main 125 won’t be concluded for the rest of 2023.
Five of the players in the field this week will contend at the following week’s Leaders Cup at Quail Empty. Reigning champ Max Homa is the solitary U.S. Colleague, while Corey Conners (Canada), Cam Davis (Australia), Hideki Matsuyama (Japan) and Taylor Pendrith (Canada) go after the Worldwide Group.
At No. 16 On the planet Rankings, Hideki Matsuyama is the most elevated positioned player in the field, which incorporates five-time PGA Visit victor and 2015 PLAYERS Title champ Rickie Fowler is making his initial beginning at the Fortinet Title starting around 2010.