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How much each player won at the 2019 3M Open



Matthew Wolff delivered on just his third start as a professional on the PGA Tour, winning the 3M Open by a stroke after making eagle on the 72nd hole. As well as the many perks that come with a victory, Wolff collected a check on Sunday evening for $1,152,000.

One of the players Wolff edged out was newly turned professional, Collin Morikawa, whose T2 finish on Sunday earned the 22-year-old $563,200.

With a total prize purse of $6,400,000 on offer, here’s a look at how much each golfer who made the cut earned at the 2019 3M Open.

1: Matthew Wolff, -21, $1,152,000

T-2: Bryson DeChambeau, -20, $563,200

T-2: Collin Morikawa, -20, $563,200

4: Adam Hadwin, -18, $307,200

T-5: Carlos Ortiz, -17, $243,200

T-5: Wyndham Clark, -17, $243,200

T-7: Lucas Glover, -16, $179,733.34

T-7: Sam Burns, -16, $179,733.34

T-7: Brian Harman, -16, $179,733.33

T-7: Joey Garber, -16, $179,733.33

T-7: Troy Merritt, -16, $179,733.33

T-7: Hideki Matsuyama, -16, $179,733.33

T-13: Viktor Hovland, -15, $128,000

T-13: Fabián Gómez, -15, $128,000

T-15: Charlie Danielson, -14, $92,960

T-15: Adam Svensson, -14, $92,960

T-15: Shawn Stefani, -14, $92,960

T-15: Daniel Berger, -14, $92,960

T-15: Sungjae Im, -14, $92,960

T-15: Scott Brown, -14, $92,960

T-15: Scott Piercy, -14, $92,960

T-15: Roger Sloan, -14, $92,960

T-23: Brice Garnett, -13, $49,105.46

T-23: Denny McCarthy, -13, $49,105.46

T-23: Sam Saunders, -13, $49,105.46

T-23: Tom Hoge, -13, $49,105.46

T-23: Chase Wright, -13, $49,105.46

T-23: Patrick Reed, -13, $49,105.46

T-23: Tony Finau, -13, $49,105.46

T-23: Johnson Wagner, -13, $49,105.46

T-23: Arjun Atwal, -13, $49,105.46

T-23: Joaquin Niemann, -13, $49,105.46

T-23: Charles Howell III, -13, $49,105.46

T-34: Patton Kizzire, -12, $30,960

T-34: Bud Cauley, -12, $30,960

T-34: Sam Ryder, -12, $30,960

T-34: Robert Streb, -12, $30,960

T-34: Beau Hossler, -12, $30,960

T-34: Bronson Burgoon, -12, $30,960

T-34: Hank Lebioda, -12, $30,960

T-34: Kevin Streelman -12, $30,960

T-42: Martin Laird, -11, $23,040

T-42: Ryan Armour, -11, $23,040

T-42: Kramer Hickok, -11, $23,040

T-42: Cameron Tringale, -11, $23,040

T-46: Richy Werenski, -10, $17,115.43

T-46: Keegan Bradley, -10, $17,115.43

T-46: Peter Malnati, -10, $17,115.43

T-46: Nick Taylor, -10, $17,115.43

T-46: Roberto Castro, -10, $17,115.43

T-46: Corey Conners, -10, $17,115.43

T-46: Dylan Frittelli, -10, $17,115.43

T-53: Tyrone Van Aswegen, -9, $14,890.67

T-53: Brendan Steele, -9, $14,890.67

T-53: Pat Perez, -9, $14,890.67

T-56: Brian Gay, -8, $14,528

T-56: Rod Pampling, -8, $14,528

T-58: Kyle Jones, -7, $14,528

T-58: Justin Suh, -7, $14,528

T-58: Zack Sucher, -7, $14,528

T-58: Satoshi Kodaira, -7, $14,528

T-58: Curtis Luck, -7, $14,528

T-58: David Hearn, -7, $14,528

T-58: Tom Lehman, -7, $14,528

65: Brooks Koepka, -6, $13,440

T-66: Jason Day, -5, $12,992

T-66: Mackenzie Hughes, -5, $12,992

T-66: J.J. Spaun, -5, $12,992

T-66: Stephan Jaeger, -5, $12,992

T-66: Jason Dufner, -5, $12,992

T-66: Keith Mitchell, -5, $12,992

72: Sebastián Muñoz, -4, $12,544

73: Talor Gooch, -3, $12,416

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Gianni is the Assistant Editor at GolfWRX. He can be contacted at [email protected] Follow him on Twitter @giannimosquito



  1. Geoffrey Holland

    Jul 9, 2019 at 5:01 am

    This kid is going to win a lot of tournaments.

  2. samuel

    Jul 8, 2019 at 9:05 am

    great piece. I like to see how much they made

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The DailyWRX (10/21/2020): Golf dad jokes | How to make the Match 3 better



Yes he will….God willing….

Dad Jokes……

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I have some thoughts…..3 on 1….Phil Gross vs Threesome Net, Stroke Play….Threesome gets to call “no driver” on 3 holes….”no wedges” on 3 holes and no “putter” on 3 holes…Make it interesting. Everyone plays from White tees. LFG

I thought his mask was a beard he grew just to work out….

Yah but it doesn’t make me a bad person….

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Tiger weighs in on the distance debate: ‘They should have been worried a long time ago, but the genie’s out of the bag now’



The distance debate in golf continues to rumble on, and this week, the greatest player of his generation had his say claiming that the game’s governing bodies should have been worried a long time ago about the surge in distance amongst Tour pros.

Asked before this week’s Zozo about the recent urge players have to find more distance, Woods spoke about the importance of length in the game and how it’s more accessible than ever for players to find an extra gear or two off the tee.

“Distance has always been an advantage. Now that we have the tools, that being the launch monitor, the fitting of the golf clubs, the adjustability. I think all that plays into the fact that you’re able to maximize the capabilities of a driver.

There’s no reason why you can’t pick up more yardage, and guys have done that. They’ve changed shafts, they’ve changed lofts, they’ve changed weights on their heads and length of clubs. Driving is such a huge part of the game and it’s so advantageous if you’re able to get the ball out there. It just makes the game so much easier.”

When asked by media if the game’s authorities should be worried about the recent surge in the added distance in the game, Woods claimed that though he would like to be able to see a complete rollback, he doesn’t see it happening.

“They should have been worried a long time ago, but the genie’s out of the bag now. It’s about what do we do going forward, and how soon can they do it. I don’t know if they’re going—you’re not going to stop the guys who are there right now. Guys are figuring out how to carry the ball 320-plus yards, and it’s not just a few of them. There’s a lot of guys can do it. That’s where the game’s going.

There’s only going to be a small amount of property that we can do, we can alter golf courses. I just don’t see how they can roll everything back. I would like to be able to see that, as far as our game, but then we go back down the road of what do you bifurcate, at what level? So that’s a long discussion we’ve had for a number of years, for 20-plus years now, and I think it’s only going to continue.” 

Tiger will tee off for his first round at the Zozo Championship this Thursday at 1.45 PM ET.

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The surprising event Tiger Woods hints at playing before the Masters



Many people were under the impression that this week’s Zozo Championship would be Tiger Woods’ last stop before heading to Augusta National in three weeks, but not so fast.

According to the Big Cat himself, the Houston Open may well be on the 15-time major champion’s radar, which is the very week before the Masters kicks off.

Speaking to media at Sherwood CC this week, Woods said

“Well, I think my plan is just to play and practice. I don’t know if I’m going to play Houston or not. I’m not playing next week, and we’ll see how this week goes and make a decision from there.”

That event that he has ruled himself out of next week is the Bermuda Championship, and further explaining his preparation before the Masters, Woods brought up the possibility of Houston once more to reporters:

“This entire year has been different for all of us. And my run-up to Augusta is unlike anything I’ve ever experienced. That’s just the way it is. The whole idea is to be ready in a few weeks and whether or not that’s playing one more event, whether that’s Houston or just playing here at Zozo, just making sure that I’m ready for Augusta.”

Woods has never before played the Houston Open, and in 2020 it will be the first event to have fans back on-site since the Tour’s restart, with 2,000 spectators to be allowed through the gates each day of tournament play.

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