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How much each player won at the 2021 U.S. Open



A drama-filled finish at Torrey Pines saw Jon Rahm capture his maiden major championship in epic fashion, earning the Spaniard a cool $2.25 million in the process.

A disappointing finish for Louis Oosthuizen saw the South African slip to second late on Sunday, but his solo-runner-up finish earns the 38-year-old $1,350,000. At the same time, a series of late collapses saw Harris English finish third on his own, which is good for a check worth $829,084.

With a total prize purse of $12.5 million up for grabs, here’s a look at how much each player won at the 2021 U.S. Open.

1: Jon Rahm, -6, $2,250,000

2: Louis Oosthuizen, -5, $1,350,000

3: Harris English, -3, $829,084

T-4: Guido Migliozzi, $498,176

T-4: Brooks Koepka, $498,176

T-4: Collin Morikawa, $498,176

T-7: Branden Grace, $306,893

T-7: Daniel Berger, $306,893

T-7: Paul Casey, $306,893

T-7: Xander Schauffele, $306,893

T-7: Scottie Scheffler, $306,893

T-7: Rory McIlroy, $306,893

T-13: Francesco Molinari, $217,796

T-13: Russell Henley, $217,796

T-15: Patrick Cantlay, $177,279

T-15: Kevin Streelman, $177,279

T-15: Matthew Wolff, $177,279

T-15: Mackenzie Hughes, $177,279

T-19: Patrick Reed, $125,363

T-19: Sergio Garcia, $125,363

T-19: Charl Schwartzel, $125,363

T-19: Brian Harman, $125,363

T-19: Jordan Spieth, $125,363

T-19: Justin Thomas, $125,363

T-19: Dustin Johnson, $125,363

T-26: Hideki Matsuyama, $87,941

T-26: Rikuya Hoshino, $87,941

T-26: Chris Baker, $87,941

T-26: Martin Kaymer, $87,941

T-26: Bryson DeChambeau, $87,941

T-31: Patrick Rodgers, $71,030

T-31: Dylan Wu, $71,030

T-31: Joaquin Niemann, $71,03

T-31: Christiaan Bezuidenhout, $71,030

T-35: Edoardo Molinari, $57,696

T-35: Robert MacIntyre, $57,696

T-35: Adam Scott, $57,696

T-35: Lanto Griffin, $57,696

T-35: Sungjae Im, $57,696

T-40: Wade Ormsby, $43,883

T-40: Adam Hadwin, $43,883

T-40: Chez Reavie, $43,883

T-40: J.T. Poston, $43,883

T-40: Si Woo Kim, $43,883

T-40: Ian Poulter, $43,883

T-46: Rick Lamb, $32,351

T-46: Tom Hoge, $32,351

T-46: Dylan Frittelli, $32,351

T-46: Lee Westwood, $32,351

T-50: Tommy Fleetwood, $27,327

T-50: Rafa Cabrera Bello, $27,327

T-50: Gary Woodland, $27,327

T-50: Bubba Watson, $27,327

T-50: Richard Bland, $27,327

T-55: Kevin Kisner, $26,056

T-55: Matt Fitzpatrick, $26,056

T-57: Taylor Montgomery, $25,183

T-57: Stewart Cink, $25,183

T-57: Akshay Bhatia, $25,183

T-57: Charley Hoffman, $25,183

T-57: Jhonattan Vegas, $25,183

T-62: Phil Mickelson, $24,310

T-62: Greyson Sigg, $24,310

64: Marc Leishman, $23,936

T-65: Matt Jones, $23,437

T-65: Troy Merritt, $23,437

T-65: Shane Lowry, $23,437

T-68: Wilco Nienaber, $22,814

T-68: Kyle Westmoreland, $22,814

T-70: Fabian Gomez, $22,309

T-70: Jimmy Walker, $22,309

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2021 Evian Championship: Full Viewer’s Guide



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)


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


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


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

8:30-11 a.m.: CNBC


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

8:30-11 a.m.: CNBC


$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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WOTW: Collin Morikawa’s Omega Speedmaster ‘57 CO-AXIAL Chronograph



Collin Morikawa’s watch was yet again his trusty Omega Speedmaster ‘57 Chronograph after his phenomenal Open Championship win! Morikawa added a second major to his very young resume and letting the golf world know he is one of the best players in the world.

Like all of his past 4 wins, including the 2020 PGA Championship, Collin was wearing his usual Omega Speedy as he held the Claret Jug high in the English sun.

WOTW Specs
Name: Omega Speedmaster ’57 CO-AXIAL Chronograph
Reference: 331.
Limited: No
Date: 2013 – Present
Case: Stainless Steel
Bezel: Tachymeter Stainless Steel
Size: 41.5mm
Movement: Calibre Omega 9300
Power Reserve: 60 hours
Glass: Anti-reflective Saphire Crystal
Water Resistance: 100 Meters
Bracelet: Stainless Steel
Price: $9,000

Omega has been one of the most legendary watch makers in the world for decades and have deep roots in sports. Omega has been the official timer of the Olympics as well as many other sporting events. Founded in 1848 by Louis Brandt, but the name Omega was officially changed in 1903. The Speedmaster was introduced in 1957 as a precision timepiece for racing and Collin’s Speedy pay homage to the original with its styling.

At 41.5mm the stainless steel case is easy to wear for just about any wrist size. The back of the case has a sapphire display window where you can view the Calibre 9300 movement. The Calibre 9300 is a self-winding automatic movement featuring Omega’s CO-AXIAL escapement. The CO-AXIAL escarpment was designed for better efficiency and use of the stored energy from the twin barrels. The 9300 offers the wearer 60 hours of power reserve and contains 54 jewels.

Fitted on top of the case is a stainless steel bezel, in a brushed finish, that contains a Tachymeter scale for speed timing. Inside the bezel is a black dial with a date window at 6 o’clock. The dial has 2 sub-dials on the right and left side that are uses as a 60-minute recorder and running seconds. Around the outside of the dial are large rectangular hour markers that are filled with a luminescent material for viewing in low light. Covering the dial is a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal with an anti-reflective coating on both sides. Holding the Speedy on Collin’s wrist is a stainless steel bracelet made from solid, flat links.

The bracelet’s outside lugs are brushed while the centers are polished for a classic look. A butterfly deployant clasp brings the 2 sides together and safely keeps the watch on his wrist.

Collin has yet again proved that he is one of the great young players on the PGA Tour. Now with 2 majors under he belt, we have to wonder how many he will win with a long career ahead of him. Hopefully he can start to build a massive watch collection at the same pace!

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3M Open DraftKings picks



Welcome to the first week of a new installment of DraftKings picks from Andy Lack, staff writer and host of the Pick the Pup Golf Show, a weekly golf betting and DFS podcast.

We’ll kick things off with the 3M Open. The PGA Tour travels to TPC Twin Cities this week in Blaine, Minnesota, a course known for its generous fairways and an abundance of water hazards. That’s right, water comes into play on 14 holes at TPC Twin Cities, so avoiding big numbers and still taking advantage of scorable opportunities will be of paramount importance.

You can check out my betting tips and selections here. Now let’s get into the DraftKings slate!

$10,000 range

Tony Finau, $10,700 (Projected ownership: 22.45%)

While Tony Finau will certainly be a popular selection this week, the former Puerto Rico Open champion is my preferred choice at the top. TPC Twin Cities suits Finau’s skillset to a tee, as exemplified by a 23rd and 3rd in his two appearances here.

Finau built some momentum last week with a T15 at the Open. I expect him to keep the ball rolling in the midwest.

$9,000 range

Sergio Garcia, $9,900 (Projected ownership: 10.64%)

Sergio presents a nice leverage option at the top of the $9,000 dollar range, as most fantasy managers seem to be gravitating to the likes of Matthew Wolff, Cameron Tringale, Emiliano Grillo, and Bubba Watson. While those are all fine selections, there is no reason to believe that the former Masters champion cannot outperform any of those players.

Coming in on the heels of three consecutive top-20 finishes, I expect Sergio to play some really good golf down the stretch. Did I mention it’s a Ryder Cup year?

$8,000 range

Gary Woodland, $8,000 (Projected ownership: 3.2%)

The lack of Gary Woodland respect is downright shocking to me, and I will gladly take a flier on a proven commodity like Woodland at a fraction of the ownership of his similarly priced peers such as Luke List and Hank Lebioda. The former U.S. Open champion has still gained strokes on approach in six straight starts. I’m willing to roll the dice at sub-five percent ownership.

$7,000 range 

Lanto Griffin, $7,700 (Projected ownership: 6.13%)

I will continue to play Lanto Griffin at sub-10% ownership until others catch on. The former Houston Open winner is the only player in this entire field to rank inside the top-10 in both proximity from 175-200 yards and 200 yards plus. Lanto has finished in the top-40 at a 66% clip this year, including last week at the Open.

$6,000 range

Satoshi Kodaira, $6,500 (Projected ownership: 6.45%)

Satoshi Kodaira is often mispriced on the DraftKings slate, and this week is no different. Kodaira gained 5.8 strokes on approach at the Barbasol and three strokes off the tee, good for one of the best ball-striking weeks of his entire career.

We’ve seen him get scorching hot with the flat-stick recently as well. I don’t love to mine down here in the mid $6,000 range, but Kodaira certainly leaves fantasy managers with a lot of options.


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