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Documentary recounting Gary Woodland’s major moment at Pebble Beach to air on Thanksgiving Day

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FOX Sports, in association with the USGA, has unveiled a new documentary titled “2019 U.S. Open: Woodland Peaks at Pebble Beach” will air on Thanksgiving Day.

The documentary, which broadcasts directly after the Bears-Lions Thanksgiving Day NFL matchup on FOX, is narrated by renowned actor Andy Garcia and recounts Gary Woodland’s maiden major win at last year’s U.S. Open.

The film features never-before-seen footage of Woodland at home with his wife Gabby and children as well as interviews with his parents who detail the adversity they’ve faced over the years.

A South District Films production, “2019 U.S. Open: Woodland Peaks at Pebble Beach” also includes interviews with 2013 U.S. Open Champion Justin Rose and FOX Sports Golf Analyst and two-time U.S. Open Champion Curtis Strange.

FOX Sports’ Shane Bacon, Joel Klatt and Brad Faxon, as well as award-winning author John Feinstein, offer their perspective on the 35-year-old’s major moment throughout the film.

“2019 U.S. Open: Woodland Peaks at Pebble Beach” airs this Thursday on Fox Sports at 4:00 PM ET.

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Gianni is the Assistant Editor at GolfWRX. He can be contacted at gianni@golfwrx.com. Follow him on Twitter @giannimosquito

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The DailyWRX: 9/29/2020

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Facts…

Freddy IGs never get old…

What a steal…

If you gonna argue with BC, you better have facts ready…

Tell us what you really think, pro….

Still love the guy, but DAMN.

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The DailyWRX (9/28/2020): If 2020 were an approach shot…

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John Catlin low key trying to sneak into Augusta…

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Winning is a habit @catlinjohn ???? #DDFIrishOpen

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Almost as heartbreaking as Russ Wilson NOT HANDING IT OFF on the last play of Super Bowl XLIX. Caps means I’m yelling.

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Today eight years ago ???? #MiracleAtMedinah

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If 2020 were an approach shot…

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???????????? Via: @golf_gods

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Can’t win em all, pro….

LOLOLOLOLOL!!!!

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How much each player won at the 2020 Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship

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Hudson Swafford took home the Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship over the weekend and in the process earned himself $720,000. Tyler McCumber’s solo second-place finish gives him a check for $436,000, while Mackenzie Hughes takes home $276,000 for his efforts.

With a total prize purse of $4 million up for grabs, here’s a look at how much each player won at the 2020  Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship.

1: Hudson Swafford, -18, $720,000

2: Tyler McCumber, -17, $436,000

3: Mackenzie Hughes, -16, $276,000

4: Nate Lashley, -15 $196,000

5: Adam Long, -14, $164,000

T-6: James Hahn, -13, $140,000

T-6: Anirban Lahiri, -13, $140,000

T-8: Will Zalatoris, -12, $117,000

T-8: Cameron Percy, -12, $117,000

T-8: Luke List, -12, $117,000

T-11: Sebastian Cappelen, -11, $93,000

T-11: Patrick Rodgers, -11, $93,000

T-11: Xinjun Zhang, -11, $93,000

T-14: Matt Jones, -10, $65,000

T-14: Alex Smalley, -10, $65,000

T-14: Charley Hoffman, -10, $65,000

T-14: Scott Harrington, -10, $65,000

T-14: Kelly Kraft, -10, $65,000

T-14: Justin Suh, -10, $65,000

T-14: Sean O’Hair, -10, $65,000

T-21: Hank Lebioda, -9, $39,000

T-21: Pat Perez, -9, $39,000

T-21: Robert Streb, -9, $39,000

T-21: Kramer Hickok, -9, $39,000

T-21: Henrik Stenson, -9, $39,000

T-21: Rhein Gibson, -9, $39,000

T-21: Emiliano Grillo, -9, $39,000

T-28: Sam Burns, -8, $27,400

T-28: Sangmoon Bae, -8, $27,400

T-28: Kyle Stanley, -8, $27,400

T-28: Vincent Whaley, -8, $27,400

T-28: Jonathan Byrd, -8, $27,400

T-33: Stephen Stallings, Jr., -7, $20,450

T-33: Brian Stuard, -7, $20,450

T-33: David Hearn, -7, $20,450

T-33: Thomas Detry, -7, $20,450

T-33: Joohyung Kim, -7, $20,450

T-33: Rob Oppenheim, -7, $20,450

T-33: Ryan Brehm, -7, $20,450

T-33: Sepp Straka, -7, $20,450

T-41: George McNeill, -6, $12,861.82

T-41: Kevin Tway, -6, $12,861.82

T-41: Matthew NeSmith, -6, $12,861.82

T-41: Joseph Bramlett, -6, $12,861.82

T-41: Ricky Barnes, -6, $12,861.82

T-41: Chase Seiffert, -6, $12,861.82

T-41: Peter Malnati, -6, $12,861.82

T-41: Denny McCarthy, -6, $12,861.82

T-41: Patton Kizzire, -6, $12,861.82

T-41: Fabian Gomez, -6, $12,861.82

T-41: Beau Hossler, -6, $12,861.82

T-52: Ben Martin, -5, $9,580

T-52: Sam Ryder, -5, $9,580

T-52: D.J. Trahan, -5, $9,580

T-52: Kristoffer Ventura, -5, $9,580

T-56: Matthias Schwab, -4, $9,160

T-56: Adam Schenk, -4, $9,160

T-56: J.J. Spaun, -4, $9,160

T-56: Scott Brown, -4, $9,160

T-56: Dominic Bozzelli, -4, $9,160

T-61: Keith Mitchell, -3, $8,800

T-61: Keith Mitchell, -3, $8,800

T-61: Tim Wilkinson, -3, $8,800

T-61: C.T. Pan, -3, $8,800

T-61: Brice Garnett, -3, $8,800

T-65: J.J. Henry, -2, $8,440

T-65: Willy Pumarol, -2, $8,440

T-65: Martin Laird, -2, $8,440

T-65: Jamie Lovemark, -2, $8,440

T-65: Mark Anderson, -2, $8,440

T-70: Kiradech Aphibarnrat, -1, $8,120

T-70: Zac Blair, -1, $8,120

T-70: Arjun Atwal, -1, $8,120

T-73: Robert Diaz, E, $7,920

T-73: Tommy Gainey, E, $7,920

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