Bernhard Langer Wins Record 6th Schwab Cup

Bernhard Langer has done it again! At age 64, GST endorsed professional golfer Bernhard Langer won the Schwab Cup, a season-long golf championship. By his final-round 69 and solo 17th-place finish, Langer clinched the season-long Charles Schwab Cup points race for a record sixth time.

Bernhard Langer, Global Syn-Turf, Inc. Endorsed Professional Golfer, wins record 6th Schwab Cup

Bernhard Langer Wins Record 6th Schwab Cup

Bernhard Langer has once again etched his name in the annals of golf history. At the seasoned age of 64, the Global Syn-Turf endorsed professional golfer, Bernhard Langer, emerged victorious in the Schwab Cup, a prestigious season-long golf championship. Demonstrating his unmatched skills and consistency, Langer secured his triumph in the Charles Schwab Cup points race for an unprecedented sixth time, thanks to his final-round score of 69 and a commendable solo 17th-place finish.

Entering the tournament week as the points leader, Langer experienced a temporary setback, trailing behind Jim Furyk after the second and third rounds. However, displaying resilience and unparalleled skill, he reclaimed the leading position on Sunday, proving his dominance in the sport. Throughout the Champions Tour's "super" season, which amalgamated the 2020 and 2021 seasons due to exceptional circumstances, Langer showcased his enduring prowess by competing in all 39 events. His remarkable achievement not only earned him the coveted Schwab Cup but also a $1 million prize, which will be disbursed as an annuity.

Shannon Beck, the Vice President of Global Syn-Turf, lauded Bernhard Langer's historic victory, highlighting its significance for both the golfing world and the synthetic turf industry. As a sponsor, Global Syn-Turf takes immense pride in supporting a figure like Langer, whose dedication and achievements in golf mirror the company's commitment to advancing the synthetic turf industry.

Bernhard Langer's unparalleled work ethic and unwavering dedication to the game have consistently propelled him to the forefront of the Schwab Cup competitions. His latest triumph, marking a record sixth victory, stands as a testament to his legendary status in golf and his enduring impact on the sport.