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How much each player won at the 2019 Northern Trust

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Patrick Reed won for the first time since the 2018 Masters at last week’s Northern Trust, and with it took home a check for $1.6 million, while Abraham Ancer finished runner-up to the Texan, which earned him the biggest payday of his career to date, winning just shy of $1 million.

Here’s the breakdown of the total prize purse of $9.25 million for the players who made the cut at last week’s event at Liberty National.

1, Patrick Reed, 268/-16, $1,665,000.00

2, Abraham Ancer, 269/-15, $999,000.00

T3, Jon Rahm, 270/-14, $536,500.00

T3, Harold Varner III, 270/-14, $536,500.00

5, Adam Scott, 271/-13, $370,000.00

T6, Rory McIlroy, 272/-12, $299,468.75

T6, Louis Oosthuizen, 272/-12, $299,468.75

T6, Brandt Snedeker, 272/-12, $299,468.75

T6, Jordan Spieth, 272/-12, $299,468.75

T10, Ian Poulter, 273/-11, $240,500.00

T10, Justin Rose, 273/-11, $240,500.00

T12, Patrick Cantlay, 274/-10, $175,750.00

T12, Kevin Kisner, 274/-10, $175,750.00

T12, Jason Kokrak, 274/-10, $175,750.00

T12, Troy Merritt, 274/-10, $175,750.00

T12, Andrew Putnam, 274/-10, $175,750.00

T12, Justin Thomas, 274/-10, $175,750.00

T18, Wyndham Clark, 275/-9, $129,500.00

T18, Ryan Moore, 275/-9, $129,500.00

T18, Webb Simpson, 275/-9, $129,500.00

T21, Cameron Champ, 276/-8, $103,600.00

T21, Corey Conners, 276/-8, $103,600.00

T21, Billy Horschel, 276/-8, $103,600.00

T24, Bryson DeChambeau, 277/-7, $74,925.00

T24, Dustin Johnson, 277/-7, $74,925.00

T24, C.T. Pan, 277/-7, $74,925.00

T24, Adam Schenk, 277/-7, $74,925.00

T24, Kevin Tway, 277/-7, $74,925.00

T24, Danny Willett, 277/-7, $74,925.00

T30, Branden Grace, 278/-6, $53,765.63

T30, Andrew Landry, 278/-6, $53,765.63

T30, Joaquin Niemann, 278/-6, $53,765.63

T30, Vaughn Taylor, 278/-6, $53,765.63

T30, Tony Finau, 278/-6, $53,765.62

T30, Matt Jones, 278/-6, $53,765.62

T30, Brooks Koepka, 278/-6, $53,765.62

T30, Hideki Matsuyama, 278/-6, $53,765.62

T38, Byeong Hun An, 279/-5, $39,775.00

T38, Max Homa, 279/-5, $39,775.00

T38, Sungjae Im, 279/-5, $39,775.00

T38, Chez Reavie, 279/-5, $39,775.00

T38, Jhonattan Vegas, 279/-5, $39,775.00

T43, Ryan Armour, 280/-4, $27,565.00

T43, Tommy Fleetwood, 280/-4, $27,565.00

T43, Dylan Frittelli, 280/-4, $27,565.00

T43, Lucas Glover, 280/-4, $27,565.00

T43, Chesson Hadley, 280/-4, $27,565.00

T43, Adam Hadwin, 280/-4, $27,565.00

T43, Sebastián Muñoz, 280/-4, $27,565.00

T43, Rory Sabbatini, 280/-4, $27,565.00

T43, Aaron Wise, 280/-4, $27,565.00

T52, Brian Harman, 281/-3, $21,354.29

T52, J.B. Holmes, 281/-3, $21,354.29

T52, Collin Morikawa, 281/-3, $21,354.29

T52, Gary Woodland, 281/-3, $21,354.29

T52, Jim Furyk, 281/-3, $21,354.28

T52, Shane Lowry, 281/-3, $21,354.28

T52, Brian Stuard, 281/-3, $21,354.28

T59, Tyrrell Hatton, 282/-2, $20,165.00

T59, Russell Henley, 282/-2, $20,165.00

T59, J.T. Poston, 282/-2, $20,165.00

T59, Cameron Smith, 282/-2, $20,165.00

T59, Nick Watney, 282/-2, $20,165.00

T64, Keegan Bradley, 283/-1, $19,425.00

T64, Keith Mitchell, 283/-1, $19,425.00

T64, Roger Sloan, 283/-1, $19,425.00

T67, Joel Dahmen, 284/E, $18,777.50

T67, Mackenzie Hughes, 284/E, $18,777.50

T67, Carlos Ortiz, 284/E, $18,777.50

T67, Scott Piercy, 284/E, $18,777.50

T71, Kiradech Aphibarnrat, 285/1, $17,945.00

T71, Talor Gooch, 285/1, $17,945.00

T71, Phil Mickelson, 285/1, $17,945.00

T71, Kyle Stanley, 285/1, $17,945.00

T71, Matthew Wolff, 285/1, $17,945.00

76, Scott Brown, 287/3, $17,390.00

T77, Charley Hoffman, 288/4, $16,927.50

T77, Luke List, 288/4, $16,927.50

T77, Kevin Na, 288/4, $16,927.50

T77, Ryan Palmer, 288/4, $16,927.50

81, Danny Lee, 289/5, $16,465.00

82, Francesco Molinari, 290/6, $16,280.00

83, Martin Laird, 291/7, $16,095.00

84, Si Woo Kim, 293/9, $15,910.00

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Ralph Lauren drops Justin Thomas following homophobic slur

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On Friday evening, Ralph Lauren announced that they had ended their partnership with Justin Thomas after the latter uttered a homophobic slur at last week’s Tournament of Champions.

In a statement, Ralph Lauren expressed that while discontinuing their longstanding relationship, they hope that “Mr. Thomas does the hard and necessary work in order to partner with us again…using his platform to promote inclusion.”

The incident which led to JT being dropped from the brand occurred on the 4th hole during the third round of the Tournament of Champions – which you can see in the video below.

 

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Following the third round at the Tournament of Champions, Thomas told Golf Channel:

“There’s just no excuse. I’m an adult; I’m a grown man. There’s absolutely no reason for me to say anything like that. It’s terrible. I’m extremely embarrassed. It’s not who I am. It’s not the kind of person that I am. But it’s … unfortunately I did it, and I have to own up to it, and I’m very apologetic.

Like I said, it’s inexcusable. I’m speechless. It’s bad. There’s no other way to put it. I need to do better. I need to be better. It’s definitely a learning experience. I deeply apologize to anyone, and everybody who I offended and I’ll be better because of it.”

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Twitter mercilessly roasts Tom Watson’s bizarre headphone game

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Social media users were left bemused during round one’s coverage of the Sony Open, after seeing Tom Watson appear for an interview wearing his headphones in a frankly bizarre manner.

CBS’ Kyle Porter was quick to jump on the oddity, tweeting: “Legit never seen another human wear headphones like Tom Watson wears them.”

What followed was an all out roast where Twitter users mercilessly mocked the new fashion statement from Tom Watson with some hilarious responses.

However, Watson did receive some support, with one user declaring that: He’s Tom Watson! He can wear them any way he wants!”

Either way, I don’t see Watson’s headphone game setting a trend anytime soon!

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Angel Cabrera arrested in Brazil and faces extradition to Argentina; charged with assault

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Two-time major champion Angel Cabrera has been arrested in Brazil and faces extradition to Argentina, after being charged with assault, theft, illegal intimidation and repeated disrespect to authorities, according to a report by the Associated Press.

Per the report, Cabrera was on Interpol’s red code list and was arrested in an upper-class area of Rio de Janeiro.

Earlier this month, Argentine media reported that Cabrera’s former wife, Silva Rivadero, had filed two charges against the golfer, while another former partner claimed Cabrera had punched her, threatened her and attempted to run her over with his car back in 2016.

The suspect’s name was not announced in the report, but per the AP, two federal police officers based in Rio separately confirmed to them that Cabrera was the man arrested.

The Argentine has been out of action on the course recently after having completed successful surgery on his wrist at the back-end of 2020.

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