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How much each player won at the 2019 Northern Trust



Patrick Reed won for the first time since the 2018 Masters at last week’s Northern Trust, and with it took home a check for $1.6 million, while Abraham Ancer finished runner-up to the Texan, which earned him the biggest payday of his career to date, winning just shy of $1 million.

Here’s the breakdown of the total prize purse of $9.25 million for the players who made the cut at last week’s event at Liberty National.

1, Patrick Reed, 268/-16, $1,665,000.00

2, Abraham Ancer, 269/-15, $999,000.00

T3, Jon Rahm, 270/-14, $536,500.00

T3, Harold Varner III, 270/-14, $536,500.00

5, Adam Scott, 271/-13, $370,000.00

T6, Rory McIlroy, 272/-12, $299,468.75

T6, Louis Oosthuizen, 272/-12, $299,468.75

T6, Brandt Snedeker, 272/-12, $299,468.75

T6, Jordan Spieth, 272/-12, $299,468.75

T10, Ian Poulter, 273/-11, $240,500.00

T10, Justin Rose, 273/-11, $240,500.00

T12, Patrick Cantlay, 274/-10, $175,750.00

T12, Kevin Kisner, 274/-10, $175,750.00

T12, Jason Kokrak, 274/-10, $175,750.00

T12, Troy Merritt, 274/-10, $175,750.00

T12, Andrew Putnam, 274/-10, $175,750.00

T12, Justin Thomas, 274/-10, $175,750.00

T18, Wyndham Clark, 275/-9, $129,500.00

T18, Ryan Moore, 275/-9, $129,500.00

T18, Webb Simpson, 275/-9, $129,500.00

T21, Cameron Champ, 276/-8, $103,600.00

T21, Corey Conners, 276/-8, $103,600.00

T21, Billy Horschel, 276/-8, $103,600.00

T24, Bryson DeChambeau, 277/-7, $74,925.00

T24, Dustin Johnson, 277/-7, $74,925.00

T24, C.T. Pan, 277/-7, $74,925.00

T24, Adam Schenk, 277/-7, $74,925.00

T24, Kevin Tway, 277/-7, $74,925.00

T24, Danny Willett, 277/-7, $74,925.00

T30, Branden Grace, 278/-6, $53,765.63

T30, Andrew Landry, 278/-6, $53,765.63

T30, Joaquin Niemann, 278/-6, $53,765.63

T30, Vaughn Taylor, 278/-6, $53,765.63

T30, Tony Finau, 278/-6, $53,765.62

T30, Matt Jones, 278/-6, $53,765.62

T30, Brooks Koepka, 278/-6, $53,765.62

T30, Hideki Matsuyama, 278/-6, $53,765.62

T38, Byeong Hun An, 279/-5, $39,775.00

T38, Max Homa, 279/-5, $39,775.00

T38, Sungjae Im, 279/-5, $39,775.00

T38, Chez Reavie, 279/-5, $39,775.00

T38, Jhonattan Vegas, 279/-5, $39,775.00

T43, Ryan Armour, 280/-4, $27,565.00

T43, Tommy Fleetwood, 280/-4, $27,565.00

T43, Dylan Frittelli, 280/-4, $27,565.00

T43, Lucas Glover, 280/-4, $27,565.00

T43, Chesson Hadley, 280/-4, $27,565.00

T43, Adam Hadwin, 280/-4, $27,565.00

T43, Sebastián Muñoz, 280/-4, $27,565.00

T43, Rory Sabbatini, 280/-4, $27,565.00

T43, Aaron Wise, 280/-4, $27,565.00

T52, Brian Harman, 281/-3, $21,354.29

T52, J.B. Holmes, 281/-3, $21,354.29

T52, Collin Morikawa, 281/-3, $21,354.29

T52, Gary Woodland, 281/-3, $21,354.29

T52, Jim Furyk, 281/-3, $21,354.28

T52, Shane Lowry, 281/-3, $21,354.28

T52, Brian Stuard, 281/-3, $21,354.28

T59, Tyrrell Hatton, 282/-2, $20,165.00

T59, Russell Henley, 282/-2, $20,165.00

T59, J.T. Poston, 282/-2, $20,165.00

T59, Cameron Smith, 282/-2, $20,165.00

T59, Nick Watney, 282/-2, $20,165.00

T64, Keegan Bradley, 283/-1, $19,425.00

T64, Keith Mitchell, 283/-1, $19,425.00

T64, Roger Sloan, 283/-1, $19,425.00

T67, Joel Dahmen, 284/E, $18,777.50

T67, Mackenzie Hughes, 284/E, $18,777.50

T67, Carlos Ortiz, 284/E, $18,777.50

T67, Scott Piercy, 284/E, $18,777.50

T71, Kiradech Aphibarnrat, 285/1, $17,945.00

T71, Talor Gooch, 285/1, $17,945.00

T71, Phil Mickelson, 285/1, $17,945.00

T71, Kyle Stanley, 285/1, $17,945.00

T71, Matthew Wolff, 285/1, $17,945.00

76, Scott Brown, 287/3, $17,390.00

T77, Charley Hoffman, 288/4, $16,927.50

T77, Luke List, 288/4, $16,927.50

T77, Kevin Na, 288/4, $16,927.50

T77, Ryan Palmer, 288/4, $16,927.50

81, Danny Lee, 289/5, $16,465.00

82, Francesco Molinari, 290/6, $16,280.00

83, Martin Laird, 291/7, $16,095.00

84, Si Woo Kim, 293/9, $15,910.00

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Gianni is a freelance writer. He holds a Bachelor of Arts as well as a Diploma in Sports Journalism. He can be contacted at Follow him on Twitter @giannimosquito

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Brooks Koepka talks the Olympics, Kobe Bryant, and Tiger at the Masters in a SiriusXM Town Hall broadcast



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While Brooks Koepka’s comments on SiriusXM regarding Patrick Reed grabbed the headlines this week, the four-time major champion spoke about several interesting subjects in the town hall broadcast, including the Olympics, Kobe Bryant and what Tiger Woods said to him following the 2019 Masters.

On the subject of the Olympics, Koepka stated how he was currently on the fence about the event, explaining how he believes it would be “cool to be an Olympian” but that it has “thrown a kind of a wrench in the schedule.”

“Right now, to be honest with you, I’m kind of 50-50. I want to do it, yes, I think it would be awesome to do. But at the same time we have majors, WGCs, the playoffs, its all kind of… I mean, these (motions to PGA Championship trophy) take it out of me, I’ll be honest with you. You come down and I need two days just to kind of mentally recharge.

It’ll be interesting just the timing of it, where it is at. The playoffs are kind of important. I’d like $15 mil. I think that’d be nice. I’d like to be fresh for that. If anything I’m leaning more towards going. It’s an honor. You play for your country.”

On hearing of Kobe Bryant’s death, Koepka spoke about how he was blown away, how he found it difficult to believe it was real, and how despite never meeting Bryant, the loss hit him so hard that he ended up crying in his hotel room.

As Bryant was his childhood idol, Koepka said he got on the phone that night to Nike to ensure that the unfinished project of his Kobe Bryant-inspired golf shoes would be completed to honor the basketball great.

The 31-year-old lost out to Tiger Woods by one stroke at the 2019 Masters, and recounted how Woods was quick to remind him that this levelled up their affair after Koepka had seen off Woods’ challenge at the 2018 PGA Championship.

“Augusta was interesting because, coming down the stretch I rinsed one on 12. We all know what happened. We all know he won. But it was crazy walking off the green and being there to congratulate him. The first thing he said was, ‘One-and-one now.’ (laughs)”

The entire Brooks Koepka Town Hall special will be rebroadcast on SiriusXM PGA Tour Radio on Wednesday, Feb. 19 (10:00 pm ET), Friday, Feb. 21 (8:00 pm ET) and Sunday, Feb. 23 (noon ET). The full special is also available now on SiriusXM On Demand.

Brooks on the Olympics

Brooks on Kobe Bryant

Brooks on Tiger at the Masters

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The 6 best #GolfWRX photos on Instagram today (2.19.20)



In this segment, we’ll be taking a look at some of the best #GolfWRX tagged photos on Instagram. In case you aren’t already, there’s a whole load of action going on at our page, so follow us: @golfwrx

Let’s get to it then, here are six of the best #GolfWRX photos from the past 24 hours.

No words needed!

Long neck G7 from Goodwood.

Matthew Fitzpatrick’s raw 60-degree Vokey SM8.

Miura Tour Grind Copper Damscus etched wedges from The Golf Garage.

Penn State themed Phantom X-12 from Embrace Putters.

Nice shots of Littlestone Golf Club courtesy of Cameron More.

Get hashtagging your golf posts #GolfWRX for your chance to feature in our best of Instagram posts in the future!

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Peter Kostis: “I’ve seen Patrick Reed improve his lie four times”



Following Brooks Koepka’s comments that he believes Patrick Reed cheated at the Hero World Challenge, former CBS golf analyst Peter Kostis has now weighed in on the matter – claiming he’s seen the Texan improve his lie on multiple occasions.

Speaking on the latest No Laying Up podcast, Kostis revealed that he had seen Reed improve his lie up-close and personal “four times” before recounting what he saw on one particular occasion (original quotes via Bunkered)

“He put four or five clubs behind the ball, kind of faking whether he’s going to hit this shot or hit that shot. By the time he was done, he hit a frickin’ 3-wood out of there. When I saw it, it was a sand-wedge lay-up originally.”

On the podcast, the former on-course commentator explained how he isn’t sure Reed “knows he’s doing it sometimes”. Speaking on why he never reported one of the four incidents, Kostis stated how analysts report to an unwritten TV rule to document the story and not to be the story themselves.

“We could never call a penalty on a player, but we could comment if a penalty was called on a player. That’s the difference. I couldn’t say anything. I can’t be the story. Now I’m done, I don’t really care.”

Kostis then mentioned another occasion where he saw Reed doing something similar at another event after he hit the ball over the green. Kostis unveiled by the time Reed had struck his shot, the analyst could see the logo on his ball from a once treacherous lie.

“He hit it over the green and did the same thing. He put three or four clubs behind the ball. It was really a treacherous shot. Nobody had gotten close all day long from over there. By the time he was done, I could read ‘Callaway’ on the golf ball from my tower.”

Kostis also added that there’s always been “a player or two” throughout history who “stepped on a spike-mark” or “fudged with their coin marking their ball”, but that 99.99% of guys on Tour play by the rulebook.



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