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How much each player won at the 2019 Northern Trust

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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 gmagliocco@outlook.com. Follow him on Twitter @giannimosquito

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The 6 best #GolfWRX photos on Instagram today (8.21.19)

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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.

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Slick looking new additions from Haywood Golf.

Great shot of the par-3 seventh hole at Stonewall Golf Club from Will.

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The 6 best #GolfWRX photos on Instagram today (8.20.19)

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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.

Torched blue Coronado Two flat-stick from Embrace Putters.

Stunning looking restoration job on this Allendale flat-stick from Tyson Lamb.

Great shots of Manufacturers Golf & Country Club in Pennsylvania courtesy of Andy Kerestesy.

Sweet looking Avengers flat-stick from Olson Putter Co.

Skull putter neck from Kraken Golf, what do you say WRXers?

American Flatsticks showcasing their new putter covers which will be dropping this Wednesday.

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Hot & Cold: Where strokes were won and lost at the BMW Championship

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In “Hot & Cold,” we’ll be focusing each week on what specific areas of the game players excelled and disappointed in throughout the previous tournament. On Sunday, Justin Thomas returned to the winner’s circle, and here’s a look at where some of the most notable players gained and lost strokes over the four days of action at the BMW Championship.

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Justin Thomas broke through for the first time this year, and while it was a typically great week tee to green for the 26-year-old ( where he gained 11.7 strokes over the field), Thomas’ putting looks to have made the difference. For just the second time since February Thomas gained strokes with the flat-stick – gaining over five strokes on the greens at Medinah CC. Check out the clubs Thomas used on his way to victory in our WITB piece here.

Tony Finau is still awaiting the second PGA Tour title of his career, and if it wasn’t for a balky putter, then he may have achieved the feat last week. However, Finau led the field in strokes gained tee to green in Illinois, gaining 13.6 strokes over the field in this area which bodes well for the Tour finale.

Patrick Cantlay continues to impress, and he rode a red hot putter to a runner-up finish at last week’s BMW Championship. Cantlay gained six strokes over the field on the greens at Medinah, which is his joint best performance of his career in this area.

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There is no sign of Dustin Johnson breaking out of his slump, and at last week’s BMW Championship the American suffered a horror show with his iron play. Johnson dropped 6.6 strokes to the field in this area – the worst performance of his career with his irons.

Jason Day’s split with Steve Williams didn’t have an immediate impact, as the Australian suffered a dismal week at Medinah. The Australian dropped 11.7 strokes to the field tee to green over the four days of action which is comfortably the worst performance of his career in this department.

Bryson DeChambeau’s game appears to be suffering from the pace of play controversy he has found himself embroiled in recently. DeChambeau lost strokes in every significant strokes gained category bar one at last week’s BMW Championship on his way to a T48 finish.

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