Kevin Na battles flu-like symptoms at LIV Golf Invitational Bangkok

It wasn’t just Kevin Na’s time wrestling at the LIV Golf Invitational Bangkok event on Sunday, as the American was pictured, before his round, lying on the ground and hanging onto a machine as he reportedly battling the flu. like symptoms.

The image, which was posted by the @LIVGolfUpdates Twitter page, shows Na in distress, as the five-time PGA Tour winner is wrapped in a number of towels and rests as he copes with illness.

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While we don’t know how the page got Na’s image, we do know that the 39-year-old continued to play in the third and final round at Stonehill Golf Course, with the American actually making his mark. first hole to fourth.

However, the early success did not continue as Na continued to shoot an over-par round of 73, making him one of four players to hit an over-par round for the day in Bangkok.

After finishing his third round, Na finished in an eight under par stalemate, with a T20 finish in the individual event earning him around $200,000 for his effort. His Iron Heads GC team however narrowly missed out on a podium finish and a $500,000 share as Na, Sadom Kaewkanjana, Phachara Khongwatmai and Sihwan Kim finished fourth, one shot behind Cleeks GC.

Na hits a tee shot

Na’s best LIV finish is a T9 in Boston

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After the sixth event, the Saudi-backed series now moves to Royal Greens Golf Club in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia for the penultimate tournament of the eight-event series.

Currently, Dustin Johnson leads the individual standings, with his 4 Aces GC squad well ahead in the team standings. With only one tournament left before the season-ending LIV Golf Team Championship, members of the LIV Tour are hoping for a big run of results in Jeddah.

Michael C. Ford