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How much each player won at the 2020 Sony Open



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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GolfWRX Classifieds Spotlight (06/05/20) – Scotty Cameron, TaylorMade Tour, GC Quad



At GolfWRX, we love golf equipment plain and simple

We are a community of like-minded individuals that all experience and express our enjoyment for the game in many ways. It’s that sense of community that drives day-to-day interactions in the forums on topics that range from best driver to what marker you use to mark your ball, it even allows us to share another thing – the equipment itself.

One of the best ways to enjoy equipment is to experiment and whether you are looking to buy-sell-or trade (as the name suggests) you can find almost anything in the GolfWRX BST Forum. From one-off custom Scotty Cameron Circle T putters, to iron sets, wedges, and barely hit drivers, you can find it all in our constantly updated marketplace.

These are some of the latest cool finds from the GolfWRX BST, and if you are curious about the rules to participate in the BST Forum you can check them out here: GolfWRX BST Rules

Member jadedennill – Scotty Cameron CX-01

What a great price for a limited edition putter. This Scotty Cameron CX-01 is only 1 of 500 and offers a very unique look in a higher MOI blade design.

To see the full listing and additional pictures check out the link here: Scotty CSX-01

Member nc2lane – Foresight GC Quad

This ad feels like the classic episode of “The Simpsons,” where the family travels to a quiet east coast beach town and Lisa reinvents herself for the summer. To reinvent her look she takes her mom shopping for clothes and while off-camera you here “Mom come quick BRING MONEY!”

Well, you better bring the money, because state-of-the-art launch monitors don’t come cheap, but you certainly get what you pay for with the GC Quad from Foresight.

To see the full listing and additional pictures check out the link here: GC Quad Launch Monitor

Member TheGriftKings – Unicorn 2015 8.5 M2 Driver

This is still one of the best and most sought after TaylorMade tour issue drivers of all time. This head is in amazing shape—basically new and at 8.5 degrees of loft, it’s even rarer.

To see the full listing and additional pictures check out the link here: TaylorMade M2 Driver

Remember that you can always browse the GolfWRX Classifieds any time here in our forums: GolfWRX Classifieds 

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Check out Tiger Woods’ incredible handicap index history from his entire career



Ever wondered what Tiger Woods’ handicap index has been throughout his career? Well, one statistician, Lou Stagner of Decade Golf, did some serious number crunching and the results are fascinating. 

From 1996 right through to today, Stagner used course rating and slope for each course in his research and calculated a differential for each round to find out what Tiger’s index would have been each year of his pro career.

You can see the impressive results in the graph below.


The results show that Woods was at his very best handicap wise in 2008 when he bossed a +9.4 index, his average index was +6.7 throughout his career, his current index is 6.5, and as Stagner noted, he was +7 or better for 35% of his handicap revisions.

It’s also worth noting that the results are not adjusted to tournament conditions. Not bad, eh?


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Henrik Stenson: Fan-less Ryder Cup is better than nothing




On Thursday, ‘Henrik Stenson Almost An Hour’ podcast presented by Callaway Golf aired for the first time, with the Swede sharing his thoughts on his playing schedule going forward, the tour’s return as well as a potential spectator-less Ryder Cup.

On the new bi-weekly podcast, Stenson described the potential of a Ryder Cup with no fans as being “very blunt”, but did stress that even a spectator-less Ryder Cup is better than no Ryder Cup at all.

“For the atmosphere and for the feeling, for us as players that would be, very blunt, it would be something that you can’t really imagine at this point.

Then looking at the bigger picture, if that’s the only way that the Ryder Cup can go ahead, and if it’s not an option to play it next year with crowds, with fans, then I would prefer to play a Ryder Cup than to not play a Ryder Cup.”

Stenson revealed he wouldn’t be returning to the U.S. until mid-July, and he’s expecting the first couple of week’s back to be “messy” as the players and officials adjust to the new conditions.

“I’ll sit out a few weeks and see how everything gets going. I think it might be a little bit more messy the first couple of weeks as well before everyone finds their bearings with testing and everything.

So I’ll watch it from the couch the first couple of weeks and most likely then with the current restrictions I will travel over in mid-July to Lake Nona. I’ll have a couple of weeks of practice and then I’ll tee it up at the WGC FedEx tournament in Memphis.”

Once the 44-year-old does get Stateside again, you can expect to see him often as he plans to play “every week up until Christmas.”

“And once I get over and start playing, I can pretty much play every week up until Christmas. Because (there’s) going to be lots of golf tournaments, and it’s not going to be a shortage. So I’m just kind of tweaking my return a little bit and will probably play a bit more in the fall.”

‘Henrik Stenson Almost An Hour’ podcast presented by Callaway Golf will air every other Thursday here.


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