Though the Olympics have finished and the year 2021 is going to the end, let’s summarize our achievements for the last sporting events of international importance. Except for the pretty good performance of professional golf players, the young student ‘breakthrough’ is worth paying attention too.
Former Virginia Tech team athlete Scott Vincent firstly took part at the Olympics and luckily completed three consecutive rounds finishing at sixteenth position, states in espn.com.
It seems to be a miracle, just a technical graduate, who represented Zimbabwe, performed greatly while debuting, scoring 67-66-67 points and fascinating all the spectators. Of course, the new freshman didn’t get the medal, but he did his best and everyone considered that.
Scott Vincent finished his last round with an impressive birdie from the bunker to the right of Hole 1. He made a turnaround before warming up on the last nine and dropping four birdies.
The young athlete, unknown before, came to be considered as one of the competition leaders in several statistical categories, like, driving precision, scrambling, strokes at push
and total strokes.
At the beginning of the competition, there were only 10 players on the course, lagging behind Vincent in the Official World Golf ranking. For sure, that didn’t stop Scott from putting on a show in Tokyo, especially in his last three rounds.
By the way, he was the first Virginia Tech team male professional golfer to compete at the Olympics and
also the only ACC 2020 golfer.