PGA Tour: Niemann becomes youngest non-US winner for 96 years

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Joaquin Niemann became the global winner on the PGA Tour with a triumph in the A Military Tribute since 1923 in the Greenbrier.
The 20-year-old carded a 64 to procure his maiden victory on his 44th beginning on 21 under par.
Niemann, who was the amateur world number one from May 2017 to April 2018, will also be the first player from Chile to win on the PGA Tour.
“I have been thinking about this my entire life,” he explained after.
Niemann began the day with a two-shot lead but never looked like relinquishing his benefit because he won than the overdue Seve Ballesteros or Rory McIlroy in a younger age in America.
The tournament has been the first of the season on the PGA Tour and Niemann earns a three-year exemption and a spot in The Masters at Augusta April.

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