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How much each player won at the 2020 Sony Open

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Cameron Smith captured his maiden individual title on the PGA Tour on Sunday evening, defeating Brendan Steele in a playoff and with it the Australian earned a payout of $1,188,000. Steele’s consolation prize is a $719,400 payday, while Webb Simpson, who snuck into third spot on Sunday evening, grabbed himself a check worth $455,400 in Hawaii.

With a total prize purse of $6.6 million up for grabs, here’s a look at how much each player who made the cut took home from the 2020 Sony Open.

1: Cameron Smith, 269/-11, $1,188,000

P2: Brendan Steele, 269/-11, $719,400

3: Webb Simpson, 270/-10, $455,400

T-4: Kevin Kisner, 271/-9, $277,750

T-4: Graeme McDowell, 271/-9, $277,750

T-4: Ryan Palmer, 271/-9, $277,750

T-7: Lanto Griffin, 272/-8, $214,500

T-7: Ted Potter, Jr., 272/-8, $214,500

T-9: Cameron Davis, 273/-7, $179,850

T-9: Bo Hoag, 273/-7, $179,850

T-9: Henrik Norlander, 273/-7, $179,850

T-12: Keegan Bradley, 274/-6, $116,050

T-12: Corey Conners, 274/-6, $116,050

T-12: Joel Dahmen, 274/-6, $116,050

T-12: Tom Hoge, 274/-6, $116,050

T-12: Charles Howell III, 274/-6, $116,050

T-12: Peter Malnati, 274/-6, $116,050

T-12: Hideki Matsuyama, 274/-6, $116,050

T-12: Brandt Snedeker, 274/-6, $116,050

T-12: Vaughn Taylor, 274/-6, $116,050

T-21: Mark Anderson, 275/-5, $64,350

T-21: Emiliano Grillo, 275/-5, $64,350

T-21: Sungjae Im, 275/-5, $64,350

T-21: Collin Morikawa, 275/-5, $64,350

T-21: Rob Oppenheim, 275/-5, $64,350

T-21: Rory Sabbatini, 275/-5, $64,350

T-21: Brendon Todd, 275/-5, $64,350

T-28: Zach Johnson, 276/-4, $46,200

T-28: Marc Leishman, 276/-4, $46,200

T-28: Sam Ryder, 276/-4, $46,200

T-28: D.J. Trahan, 276/-4, $46,200

T-32: Brian Harman, 277/-3, $36,850

T-32: Russell Knox, 277/-3, $36,850

T-32: Matthew NeSmith, 277/-3, $36,850

T-32: Alex Noren, 277/-3, $36,850

T-32: Nick Taylor, 277/-3, $36,850

T-32: Tim Wilkinson, 277/-3, $36,850

T-38: Abraham Ancer, 278/-2, $27,390

T-38: Daniel Berger, 278/-2, $27,390

T-38: Michael Gellerman, 278/-2, $27,390

T-38: Matt Jones, 278/-2, $27,390

T-38: Patrick Rodgers, 278/-2, $27,390

T-38: Chase Seiffert, 278/-2, $27,390

T-38: Michael Thompson, 278/-2, $27,390

T-45: Joseph Bramlett, 279/-1, $18,496.50

T-45: Kramer Hickok, 279/-1, $18,496.50

T-45: Rikuya Hoshino, 279/-1, $18,496.50

T-45: Jerry Kelly, 279/-1, $18,496.50

T-45: Ben Martin, 279/-1, $18,496.50

T-45: Pat Perez, 279/-1, $18,496.50

T-45: Scott Piercy, 279/-1, $18,496.50

T-45: Jimmy Walker, 279/-1, $18,496.50

T-53: Nate Lashley, 280/E, $15,609

T-53: Carlos Ortiz, 280/E, $15,609

T-53: Sepp Straka, 280/E, $15,609

T-53: Brian Stuard, 280/E, $15,609

T-57: Rhein Gibson, 281/+1, $14,916

T-57: Scott Harrington, 281/+1, $14,916

T-57: Harry Higgs, 281/+1, $14,916

T-57: Joaquin Niemann, 281/+1, $14,916

T-57: Andrew Putnam, 281/+1, $14,916

T-57: Hudson Swafford, 281/+1, $14,916

T-63: Zac Blair, 282/+2, $14,388

T-63: Talor Gooch, 282/+2, $14,388

65: Mikumu Horikawa, 283/+3, $14,190

66: Satoshi Kodaira, 286/+6, $14,058

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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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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.

Mr. Twisty from Lowtide Putters.

“The Gambler”

Scotty Cameron Monterey California in a brushed copper with black paintfill from The Golf Garage.

Bettinardi teasing their new HLX 3.0.

New from Liberty Ballmarkers.

Haywoodgolf going raw.

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Brooks Koepka drops mic on Bryson’s trash talking

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What started last year as a call out for “overcalculations” by Brooks Koepka on Bryson DeChambeau’s slow play during a tournament press conference has now escalated to what could be considered in the social media world as a full-fledged beef.

Unfortunately, in war there are casualties, and this morning a calculating Brooks fired a single shot that has so far left Bryson at a loss for words.

But how we got to this point could possibly be the most interesting part of the story.

Bryson made it very clear after the end of the 2019 PGA Tour season he wanted to get bulked and attempt to add up to 25 pounds of muscle to help gain speed and overall strength—what could have remained a quiet private endeavor in the gym quickly became the greatest gift from the golf content gods; Bryson DeChambeau talking non-stop about his workouts and how much bigger he was getting compared to golf’s favorite “built like a linebacker” individual, Brooks Koepka.

It gets weirder: trust me.

Beyond his time in the gym, one of Bryson’s favorite pastimes is playing Fortnite and streaming to Twitch (I really don’t get it either but to each their own). A lot is said in what usually accounts to a few hours of gameplay, but thanks to Golf.com’s Luke Kerr-Dineen, we did get this little nugget from one of the most recent streams:

It was after this comment got back to Brooks that he “loaded the proverbial twitter sniper rifle and fired,” and let’s just say the replies might be just as funny as the initial tweet.

This is most likely not the end to this back and forth verbal boxing match between Brooks and Bryson, and for the sake of fun I hope it goes all 12 rounds.

 

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Yet another beautiful looking flat-stick from Tyson Lamb.

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Custom FIN with twisted flow neck and micro-stamped bumpers from Lowtide Putters.

The return of the Ping L8.

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???????? it’s back!!! @pingtour L8

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Great shot of “The Pit” in Mexico City courtesy of Andrew Harris.

Which headcover you taking, WRXers?

TaylorMade P790 in a polished copper finish from The Golf Garage.

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