David Puig turns pro and will make his debut this week at LIV Golf Chicago

David Puig turns pro and will make his debut this week at LIV Golf Chicago

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David Puig has decided to follow in the footsteps of his generational companion Eugenio Lopez Chacarra. The Spanish amateur golfer announced today that he is leaving the Arizona State University, where he still had a year to complete, and turned professional. His first tournament with this new condition will be the LIV Chicago Golf which is played this week. This will be his third tournament on the Saudi tour. The first two he played as an amateur, in London there Bedroom. He leaves the team, but does not leave the University. Her goal is to complete her academic training and graduate next year.

Puig let the summer pass to be able to defend the colors of Spain in the various championships and has made his decision now. In addition, the Spanish golfer himself made it public through his social networks.

“I couldn’t be more grateful to have been a part of the Sun Devils (name given to athletes from Arizona State), especially with coaches Matt Thurmond there Amen KirakossianAs well as all my teammates. Many people have helped me over the years and I know my success would not have been the same without them. You have helped me grow and improve through your great golf program, not only as a player, but also as a person. I enjoyed every minute here. Thanks a lot.

I cannot find the words to express the honor and the pride that I feel to have competed with this team and to have represented the Sun Devil Nation.

I decided to turn pro this week, even though it was probably the hardest decision I’ve had to make in my life. Anyway, I’m still a student at Arizona State and my goal is to graduate next year. My residence will be templeHope forever. What a great place to live and become a great champion.

I will always be a Sun Devil and will continue to help build this spectacular program, the program that gave absolutely everything to a child in Spain. Thanks”.

So things, David Puig, who currently sits ninth in the world amateur rankings, and who came in fifth, turns professional. He did not specify if he will play this week in due course in Chicago or if, on the contrary, as happened with Chacarra, he signed a contract with LIFE GOLF. Logic invites us to think that indeed, he had to sign a contract and that is the reason why he went from amateur to professional.

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