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How much each player won at the 2020 Sentry Tournament of Champions

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Justin Thomas eventually got the job done in a three-man playoff at Kapalua where he defeated Patrick Reed and Xander Schauffele – bagging himself $1,340,000 to begin his year. For Reed and Schauffele, they had to settle for a tie for second and with it a payday of $636,000.

Here’s a rundown of how much each player earned in the first event of 2020.

1: Justin Thomas, -14, $1,340,000

P-2: Patrick Reed, -14, $636,000

P-2: Xander Schauffele, -14, $636,000

4: Patrick Cantlay, -11, $378,000

T-5: Rickie Fowler, -10, $285,000

T-5: Joaquin Niemann, -10, $285,000

T-7: Dustin Johnson, -9, $206,000

T-7: Collin Morikawa, -9, $206,000

T-7: Gary Woodland, -9, $206,000

10: Jon Rahm, -8, $179,000

T-11: J.T. Poston, -7, $162,500

T-11: Matthew Wolff, -7, $162,500

13: Lanto Griffin, -6, $147,000

T-14: Cameron Champ, -4, $127,333

T-14: Kevin Kisner, -4, $127,333

T-14: Matt Kuchar, -4, $127,333

T-17: Sebastián Muñoz, -3, $106,000

T-17: Ryan Palmer, -3, $106,000

T-19: Paul Casey, -2, $90,500

T-19: Corey Conners, -2, $90,500

T-19: Tyler Duncan, -2, $90,500

T-19: Nate Lashley, -2, $90,500

T-23: Adam Long, -1, $80,500

T-23: Graeme McDowell, -1, $80,500

T-25: Max Homa, E, $75,000

T-25: Sung Kang, E, $75,000

T-27: Jim Herman, +1, $71,000

T-27: Chez Reavie, +1, $71,000

29: Brendon Todd, +2, $69,000

30: J.B. Holmes, +4, $68,000

31: Dylan Frittelli, +5, $67,000

T-32: Keith Mitchell, +10, $65,500

T-32: Kevin Na, +10, $65,500

34: Martin Trainer, +18, $64,000

 

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

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Augusta National is… hiring a bartender?

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Iconic golf club and host site of the Masters, Augusta National, is in fact hiring, although it is not the type of job we were expecting! That’s right, a recent advertisement is calling for… a bartender.

The ideal candidate must be able to, “provide members and guests with the finest food and drink accompanied by attentive and gracious service, while maintaining the strict confidentiality of all club business.” Sounds about right.

Experience wise, one year of bartending experience is required as well as a high school diploma or equivalent. Other vacancies at the club include a Front Desk Assistant, Cook, and Housekeeper, just to name a few.

 

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Since another bid at Masters tickets was unsuccessful, time to sharpen up on our mixology!

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Check out how the contents of pro’s bags have changed through the years

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As technology continues to improve in golf equipment, it is no surprise to see that PGA Tour professionals have adapted and made changes to the contents of their golf bags throughout the years.

Check out this post from @sms_on_tour , who tracked the average clubs used by players over the last 15 Opens, to see what types of clubs have become more popular over the last 15 years.

There are a few major takeaways. Firstly, pro golfers seem to be carrying more wedges these days. Phil Mickelson raised eyebrows when he first experimented with carrying four wedges, yet over the last 15 years, we have seen a steady and progressive trend towards many Tour pros deploying a similar approach.

Secondly, there’s been a clear increase in hybrids/utility irons at the expense of regular 2-irons and 3-irons. In theory, this is not surprising given the technological increases and general playability of today’s top hybrids and driving irons. With that being said, Ben Hogan must be turning over in his grave!

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2021 Evian Championship: Full Viewer’s Guide

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The 2021 Evian Championship takes center stage this week, with the Evian Resort Golf Club in France set to host the fourth major of the year.

Ahead of the event, here’s a rundown of all the coverage which you can tune in for from Thursday, as well as the betting odds and course history.

2021 Evian Championship: Full Viewer’s Guide

2021 Evian Championship TV schedule (All times ET)

Thursday

5-7 a.m., 9:30-11:30 a.m.: Golf Channel

Friday

5-7 a.m., 9:30-11:30 a.m.: Golf Channel

Saturday

5:30-8:30 a.m.: Golf Channel

8:30-11 a.m.: CNBC

Sunday

5:30-8:30 a.m.: Golf Channel

8:30-11 a.m.: CNBC

Purse

$4.5 million

Host Course

Playing at 6,523 yards, the Evian Resort Golf Club will host the fourth major of the year for the first time since 2019. Here’s a look at the last 5 winners of the event:

  • 2019: Ko Jin-young
  • 2018: Angela Stanford
  • 2017: Anna Nordqvist
  • 2016: Chun In-gee
  • 2105: Lydia Ko

Betting Favorites

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  • Nelly Korda 9/1
  • Jin Young-Ko 10/1
  • Hyo Joo-Kim 14/1
  • Inbee Park 14/1
  • Sei Young Kim 16/1
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