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How much each player won at the 2019 Shriners Hospitals for Children Open



Kevin Na rode a red-hot putter in Vegas to claim his second victory of 2019 and with it secure a payday worth $1,260,000. The 36-year-old edged out Patrick Cantlay in a dramatic playoff on Sunday evening, with Cantlay’s consolation prize bring a check for $763,000.

Here’s a breakdown of what each player who made the cut in Vegas took home from the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open.

1: Kevin, Na, -23, $1,260,000

P-2: Patrick Cantlay, -23, $763,000

3: Pat Perez, -21, $483,000

T-4: Bryson DeChambeau, -20, $294,583.34

T-4: Adam Hadwin, -20, $294,583.33

T-4: Brian Stuard, -20, $294,583.33

T-7: Brian Gay, -19, $227,500

T-7: Webb Simpson, -19, $227,500

T-9: Joel Dahmen, -18, $183,750

T-9: Denny McCarthy, -18, $183,750

T-9: Tony Finau, -18, $183,750

T-9: Lucas Glover, -18, $183,750

T-13: Cameron Smith, -17, $137,083.34

T-13: Luke List, -17, $137,083.33

T-13: Ryan Moore, -17, $137,083.33

T-16: Hideki Matsuyama, -16, $117,250

T-16: Xinjun Zhang, -16, $117,250

T-18: Matthew Wolff, -15, $75,377.28

T-18: Chesson Hadley, -15, $75,377.28

T-18: Brian Harman, -15, $75,377.28

T-18: Matt Every, -15, $75,377.28

T-18: Daniel Berger, -15, $75,377.27

T-18: Andrew Putnam, -15, $75,377.27

T-18: Adam Schenk, -15, $75,377.27

T-18: Matthew NeSmith, -15, $75,377.27

T-18: Kristoffer Ventura, -15, $75,377.27

T-18: Lanto Griffin, -15, $75,377.27

T-18: Sam Ryder, -15, $75,377.27

T-29: Brendan Steele, -14, $43,900

T-29: Kevin Tway, -14, $43,900

T-29: Beau Hossler, -14, $43,900

T-29: Ben Taylor, -14, $43,900

T-29: Sung Kang, -14, $43,900

T-29: Jack Trent, -14, Amateur

T-29: Nick Taylor, -14, $43,900

T-29: Matt Jones, -14, $43,900

T-37: Maverick McNealy, -13, $33,320

T-37: Ryan Palmer, -13, $33,320

T-37: Carlos Ortiz, -13, $33,320

T-37: Russell Henley, -13, $33,320

T-37: Aaron Baddeley, -13, $33,320

T-42: Robby Shelton, -12, $25,550

T-42: Patton Kizzire, -12, $25,550

T-42: Mark Hubbard, -12, $25,550

T-42: Doc Redman, -12, $25,550

T-42: Collin Morikawa, -12, $25,550

T-42: Adam Scott, -12, $25,550

T-48: John Huh, -11, $18,330

T-48: Brandt Snedeker, -11, $18,330

T-48: Martin Laird, -11, $18,330

T-48: Kyle Stanley, -11, $18,330

T-48: Chris Stroud, -11, $18,330

T-48: Harold Varner III, -11, $18,330

T-48: Russell Knox, -11, $18,330

T-55: Si Woo Kim, -10, $16,240

T-55: Gary Woodland, -10, $16,240

T-55: Scott Stallings, -10, $16,240

T-55: Jim Furyk, -10, $16,240

T-55: Fabián Gómez, -10, $16,240

T-55: Bronson Burgoon, -10, $16,240

61: Phil Mickelson, -9, $15,750

62: Nate Lashley, -8, $15,610

T-63: Jason Kokrak, -7, $15,260

T-63: John Oda, -7, $15,260

T-63: Peter Uihlein, -7, $15,260

T-63: Troy Merritt, -7, $15,260

67: Chase Koepka, -6, $14,910

T-68: James Hahn, -5, $14,700

T-68: Charles Howell III, -5, $14,700

70: Keegan Bradley, -4, $14,490

T-71: Talor Gooch, -3, $14,280

T-71: Danny Lee, -3, $14,280

73: Bo Hoag, -2, $14,070

T-74: Scottie Scheffler, -1, $13,860

T-74: Charley Hoffman, -1, $13,860

76: Isaiah Salinda, +4, $13,650

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The DailyWRX: What’s buzzing on social media (5/27/2020)



Who is still reeling from The Match? I am. I have watched it twice now, and like a good Seinfeld episode, I am noticing little nuances that make it that much better.

Anywho, here is what was jamming on social media.

Besides TW or Phil…with lives on the line..

I want JDay.

I think everyone agrees with this one…

Ryder Cup with zero fans…it’s just a hard no.

Can we just get these two every day?

Can we just start a world tour like Billy Joel and EJ? Let’s workshop that idea.

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Ollie could take….

…a good pic of an insurance billboard. Kid has skillz.

Elk asks a great question actually……

Selfishly, I love the idea of mic’d up players, but I suspect half of these players would have to become someone else as to not “say the wrong thing.” This whole thing vexes me. How about they pick 10 players a day…8 at random and two from the stud groups. Just a thought. That would at least keep you on your best behavior for only one day.Then you can go live your life and say what you want like an adult.


DM @johnny_wunder for things and stuff.

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What GolfWRXers are saying about Tom Brady’s 8 handicap




In our forums, our members have been discussing Tom Brady’s golf game after watching him on Sunday during The Match: Champions for Charity.

Brady reportedly has an 8.1 handicap, and after struggling early on during The Match before coming home strong, our members have been discussing the quarterback’s game, with the majority believing nerves and the conditions got the best of him at the beginning at Medalist.

Here are a few posts from the thread, but make sure to check out the entire discussion and have your say at the link below.

  • Sean2: “In his defense, he probably hasn’t played much golf. He hit some very nice shots, so obviously the swing is there.”
  • tsecor: “That shot he hit clearly shows he can play…..he seemed to be out of practice and uncomfortable out there… say an 8 is legit.”
  • jvincent: “Pouring rain, mic’d up, not in his comfort zone. I’m willing to give him a pass. I was really surprised he didn’t have a driver though. That’s unusual for single digit.”
  • WhatWouldPhilDo: “Weather, course difficulty, all eyes on him, hyped match, two of the best next to him, mic on him. And he isn’t playing football, so I am sure he is nervous. Not to mention, learning a new playbook, so he probably isn’t golfing every day. I’d give him the benefit of the doubt. He has played in other Pro-AMs. If he was that bad, they would’ve never had him in it.”
  • Rdriver: “Hard to judge handicap with the weather. I’m sure It would probably add 5 or more to my handicap in the rain. The greens and fairways looked perfect. That’s what I noticed more than anything.”

Entire Thread: “Tom Brady’s 8 handicap”

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Charles Barkley reveals his solution to ensure golf’s successful fan-less return




Fresh from his entertaining role in the booth for Sunday’s The Match: Champions for Charity, basketball legend Charles Barkley appeared on the “Dan Patrick Show” on Tuesday where he discussed his primary idea to help tour golf make a triumphant return next month.

Just like at Medalist on Sunday, Barkley revealed that mic’d up players and allowing members of the broadcast to have on-course interaction with them is key to keeping viewers entertained during the sport’s spectator-less return.

“If you’re not going to have fans, you can’t just have guys playing golf and announcers talking. If they’re going to be successful and have great ratings – number one, they’re going to have great ratings because we need golf, we need sports – I think they should consider mic’ing the players.”

5-time major champion and golf analyst Nick Faldo is already onboard with Barkley’s idea, tweeting that he feels that tour pros wouldn’t object to it either before adding “this could be huge”.

“I think more players will do this, and if they are happy with we analysts talking direct to them, this could be huge!”

Would you like to see players mic’d up and interacting with members of the broadcast during live tournament play, WRXers?

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