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How much each player won at the 2020 Farmers Insurance Open

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Marc Leishman’s putting masterclass on Sunday gave him his fifth win on the PGA Tour as well as the top prize of $1,350,000. Jon Rahm came up just short after his late rally in California, but the Spaniard’s strong end to his round led to a solo second finish and a payday of $817,500 for his week’s work.

With a total prize purse of $7.5 million up for grabs, here’s a look at what each player who made the cut took home from the Farmers Insurance Open.

1: Marc Leishman, 273/-15, $1,350,000

2: Jon Rahm, 274/-14, $817,500

T-3: Rory McIlroy, 276/-12, $442,500

T-3: Brandt Snedeker, 276/-12, $442,500

5: Tom Hoge, 277/-11, $307,500

T-6: Tony Finau, 278/-10, $253,125

T-6: Patrick Reed, 278/-10, $253,125

T-6: Bubba Watson, 278/-10, $253,125

T-9: Harry Higgs, 279/-9, $181,875

T-9: Charley Hoffman, 279/-9, $181,875

T-9: Max Homa, 279/-9, $181,875

T-9: Beau Hossler, 279/-9, $181,875

T-9: Patrick Rodgers, 279/-9, $181,875

T-9: Tiger Woods, 279/-9, $181,875

15: Maverick McNealy, 280/-8, $136,875

T-16: Keegan Bradley, 281/-7, $114,375

T-16: Cameron Champ, 281/-7, $114,375

T-16: Jason Day, 281/-7, $114,375

T-16: J.B. Holmes, 281/-7, $114,375

T-16: Sung Kang, 281/-7, $114,375

T-21: Zac Blair, 282/-6, $69,041.67

T-21: Will Gordon, 282/-6, $69,041.67

T-21: Russell Knox, 282/-6, $69,041.67

T-21: Jason Kokrak, 282/-6, $69,041.67

T-21: Collin Morikawa, 282/-6, $69,041.67

T-21: Matthew Wolff, 282/-6, $69,041.67

T-21: Sebastian Cappelen, 282/-6, $69,041.66

T-21: Tyler McCumber, 282/-6, $69,041.66

T-21: Ryan Palmer, 282/-6, $69,041.66

T-30: Mark Anderson, 283/-5, $45,937.50

T-30: Matthew NeSmith, 283/-5, $45,937.50

T-30: J.J. Spaun, 283/-5, $45,937.50

T-30: Kevin Tway, 283/-5, $45,937.50

T-30: Jhonattan Vegas, 283/-5, $45,937.50

T-30: Jimmy Walker, 283/-5, $45,937.50

T-36: Cameron Davis, 284/-4, $32,666.67

T-36: Jason Dufner, 284/-4, $32,666.67

T-36: Sungjae Im, 284/-4, $32,666.67

T-36: Cameron Percy, 284/-4, $32,666.67

T-36: Robby Shelton, 284/-4, $32,666.67

T-36: Zack Sucher, 284/-4, $32,666.67

T-36: Talor Gooch, 284/-4, $32,666.66

T-36: Luke List, 284/-4, $32,666.66

T-36: Jamie Lovemark, 284/-4, $32,666.66

T-45: Joseph Bramlett, 285/-3, $22,950

T-45: John Huh, 285/-3, $22,950

T-45: Hideki Matsuyama, 285/-3, $22,950

T-45: Kevin Streelman, 285/-3, $22,950

T-49: Ryan Brehm, 286/-2, $18,700

T-49: Sam Burns, 286/-2, $18,700

T-49: Lucas Glover, 286/-2, $18,700

T-49: Joaquin Niemann, 286/-2, $18,700

T-49: Scott Stallings, 286/-2, $18,700

T-49: Cameron Tringale, 286/-2, $18,700

T-55: Stewart Cink, 287/-1, $17,025

T-55: Joel Dahmen, 287/-1, $17,025

T-55: Martin Laird, 287/-1, $17,025

T-55: Grayson Murray, 287/-1, $17,025

T-55: Pat Perez, 287/-1, $17,025

T-55: Jordan Spieth, 287/-1, $17,025

T-55: Ben Taylor, 287/-1, $17,025

T-55: Brandon Wu, 287/-1, $17,025

T-55: Xinjun Zhang, 287/-1, $17,025

T-64: Aaron Baddeley, 288/E, $16,050

T-64: Denny McCarthy, 288/E, $16,050

T-64: Doc Redman, 288/E, $16,050

T-64: Cameron Smith, 288/E, $16,050

T-68: Byeong Hun An, 289/+1, $15,600

T-68: Billy Horschel, 289/+1, $15,600

70: Rhein Gibson, 290/+2, $15,375

T-71: Harris English, 291/+3, $15,150

T-71: Chase Seiffert, 291/+3, $15,150

T-73: Chris Baker, 292/+4, $14,625

T-73: Dylan Frittelli, 292/+4, $14,625

T-73: Bill Haas, 292/+4, $14,625

T-73: Matt Jones, 292/+4, $14,625

T-73: Richy Werenski, 292/+4, $14,625

78: Trey Mullinax, 296/+8, $14,175

79: Dominic Bozzelli, 297+ 9, $14,025

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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 (2.28.20)

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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.

Tommy Fleetwood testing out an Axis1 flat-stick at the Honda.

Slick looking custom covers from Sugar Skull Golf.

Great looking new creation from Olson.

Nice restoration job from Kick Stand Putters.

Two Talent’s “Daddy Shark”

BogeyBaller showcasing Moraga Country Club, Moraga.

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GolfWRX Spotlight: Evalu18 – ‘Evaluating golf architecturally’

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When it comes to course directories with an emphasis on past and present architects, Evalu18 is likely to be one of the most in-depth—for UK and Ireland golf courses—you’re ever likely to see—highlighted by the site’s wealth of information and user-friendly navigation.

Jasper Miners, a Canadian now living in London, is the brains behind Evalu18. He explained to me how the concept began as a map with courses that he wanted to play based on his extensive research, which was then added to based on the recommendations of others. Frustrated by the lack of an easy way to access the information in a modern format – he created Evalu18.

“After some time I shared a map with a good friend, an American from New York whom I worked with who was a very keen golfer. The map and my notes allowed him to find great golf wherever he was and to plan a trip easily. 

Everyone has heard of the Open rota courses and perhaps some of the courses which are intimately linked to the history and origins of the game. However, for every well-known course, there are 10-20 that may be just as good that we and even locals may never have even heard of. Evalu18 exists for those – sound golf is the criteria for being listed.” – Jasper Miners, founder of Evalu18

Beginning with the site’s interactive map the depth of research and information available is striking. The filter option, which has been crafted down to the minutest detail, puts the directory in a league of its own and allows golfers to plan for the perfect day out or golfing trip.

Whether you are looking for a particular golf course from a specific architect or consultant, to whether the track is dog-friendly. or is suited to trolleys or buggies, Evalu18 has you covered. The directory allows you to filter courses based on the level of difficulty their walkability is, what is available practice facility wise or if you’re looking for a course which has ever hosted a specific event as well as much more.

Another cool feature of Evalu18 is its “Collections” element. With taste and preference regarding golf courses being so vast amongst golfers, the site doesn’t separate courses by ranking but lets you home in on that ideal course in a simple fashion.

The Collection section showcases courses that are grouped according to identifiable characteristics. Featured in this area of the site are nine-hole courses, truly unique courses, bunker-less courses, hidden gems, bang-for-your-buck courses as well as so many more cool categories.

Each course on the site contains information that a typical guest would want to know, with plenty also featuring full reviews written to enhance the experience.

Additionally, a “discover” section of the site allows golf-enthusiasts to explore golf course architecture books, magazines and pertinent works with the company confidently claiming to have “the most thorough collection of GCA book reviews anywhere online.”

 

As for what’s next for Evalu18, international growth along with a unique travel guide, says Jasper

“We are working on improvements to the site and a unique travel section that will have substantial guides. Every course can also have included recommended accommodation, food and drink venues and tourist sites. We engage with the clubs and have them help us tell their story – what makes them unique and worth your time, attention and $.”

Whether you are already in the UK and Ireland or planning that dream golfing trip abroad, Evalu18 is a site that is a must for any golfer to check out. Once you do, it will likely place you on your ideal course—which before you may not have even known existed.

Check out Evalu18 here.

 

 

 

 

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The 6 best #GolfWRX photos on Instagram today (2.27.20)

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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.

Anyone for some Nano black with lime green and blue paintfill?

Gorgeous shots of The Club at Kukuiula courtesy of Channing Benjamin.

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Life is too short to wake up with regrets.? ? We all deserve a chance to "getaway" from the daily grind. And so, my favorite place to escape to has always been Kauai. Oh, the garden island. Full of love, rainbows, epic views and good golf! I've been visiting this island for many years and it's starting to kind of feel like home. Truth be known I'm not there enough, but when I do visit it's completely refreshing. ? ? Kukui'ula, pictured here in the pano (swipe ??), is a part of that refresh that I look forward to every time. Tom Weiskopf designed the challenging 18-hole Kaua'i golf course that Golf Digest called “One of the Best Courses in Hawaii.” The challenging 14th hole, sometimes described as “a quintessential Weiskopf par 4,” has become legendary—and not just because of its dramatic ocean views, or sightings of spinner dolphins and humpback whales.? ? ????@channingbenjaminphotography @kukuiula ? ? . . . . . #alohafriday #aloha #kukuiula #picoftheday #hawaiilife #kauai #kauaiswhy #beautifuldestinations #hawaiigolf #hawaiistagram #instagoodmyphoto #instalike #whyilovethisgame #instagolf #golfing #thisisgolf #pga #golfcoursephotos #golfaddict #golfwrx #golf #golfphotography #beautifulgolfcourses #golfdigest #golfcourses #golfcoursearchitecture

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Limited-run of raw wedges from haywoodgolf.

Sweet looking flat-stick with a great story behind it from MannKrafted.

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It’s been a few years since I had the opportunity to have a putter on the club count at a PGA-level event. @hughroyergolf fixed that with his playing into the Champions Tour Cologuard Classic this weekend! Congrats to HRIII for his fighting and tenacity. For those who don’t know, Hugh was out of action for over a year, fighting Basal Cell skin cancer that nearly put him down. The orange dots on the flange of this putter are there to make sure that the fight is never forgotten. Watch for HRIII this weekend as he reminds his peers that he still has game. #hriii #mannmade #pgachampions #5goldPINGputters #mannkrafted #customputter #milledputter #handmade #fightthefight #basalcellsurvivor #doingwhatilove #doingitoldschool #golfwrx #golfdigest #golfersjournal #sunridgecanyongolf

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Reworked Scotty Cameron Futura 5W from Norcal Putters.

Stamped wedge-divot tools from Hot Birdie Golf.

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