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How much each player won at the 2021 Open Championship

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Collin Morikawa made it major win number two at Royal St. Georges, as the fearless youngster saw off the valiant challenge of Jordan Spieth to capture the Claret Jug along with the winners’ check worth $2,070,000.

Spieth was left to rue a tough end to his third round, but his charge up the leaderboard on the final day earned him a solo runner-up finish and a check for $1,198,000.

With a total prize purse of $11.5 million up for grabs, here’s a look at how much each player won at the 2021 Open Championship.

1: Collin Morikawa, -15, $2,070,0002: Jordan Spieth, -13, $1,198,000

T-3: Louis Oosthuizen, -11, $682,500

T-3: Jon Rahm, -11, $682,500

5: Dylan Frittelli, -9, -$480,000

T-6: Brooks Koepka, -8, $386,500

T-6: Mackenzie Hughes, -8, $386,500

T-8: Dustin Johnson, $255,250

T-8: Robert MacIntyre, $255,250

T-8: Daniel Berger, $255,250

T-8: Scottie Scheffler, $255,250

T-12: Viktor Hovland, $181,083

T-12: Emiliano Grillo, $181,083

T-12: Shane Lowry, $181,083

T-15: Tony Finau, $143,063

T-15: Paul Casey, $143,063

T-15: Marcel Siem, $143,063

T-15: Corey Conners, $143,063

T-19: Sergio Garcia, $109,000

T-19: Brandt Snedeker, $109,000

T-19: Brian Harman, $109,000

T-19: Aaron Rai, $109,000

T-19: Webb Simpson, $109,000

T-19: Kevin Streelman, $109,000

T-19: Justin Harding, $109,000

T-26: Xander Schauffele, $79,821

T-26: Byeong Hun An, $79,821

T-26: Ian Poulter, $79,821

T-26: Matt Fitzpatrick, $79,821

T-26: Cameron Tringale, $79,821

T-26: Jason Kokrak, $79,821

T-26: Andy Sullivan, $79,821

T-33: Bryson DeChambeau, $60,143

T-33: Benjamin Hebert, $60,143

T-33: Tommy Fleetwood, $60,143

T-33: Talor Gooch, $60,143

T-33: Lanto Griffin, $60,143

T-33: Danny Willett, $60,143

T-33: Cameron Smith, $60,143

T-40: JC Ritchie, $45,417

T-40: Justin Thomas, $45,417

T-40: Max Homa, $45,417

T-40: Daniel Van Tonder, $45,417

T-40: Dean Burmester, $45,417

T-40: Matt Wallace, $45,417

T-46: Jazz Janewattananond, $33,679

T-46: Adam Scott, $33,679

T-46: Harris English, $33,679

T-46: Johannes Veerman, $33,679

T-46: Rory McIlroy, $33,679

T-46: Justin Rose, $33,679

T-46: Joel Dahmen, $33,679

T-53: Rickie Fowler, $29,417

T-53: Chan Kim, $29,417

T-53: Billy Horschel, $29,417

T-53: Jonathan Thomson, $29,417

T-53: Marcus Armitage, $29,417

T-53: Christiaan Bezuidenhout, $29,417

T-59: Ryosuke Kinoshita, $27,929

T-59: Chez Reavie, $27,929

T-59: Joaquin Niemann, $27,929

T-59: Abraham Ancer, $27,929

T-59: Bernd Wiesberger, $27,929

T-59: Lee Westwood, $27,929

T-59: Matthias Schmid, Amateur

T-59: Antoine Rozner, $27,929

T-67: Brendan Steele, $26,900

T-67: Richard Bland, $26,900

T-67: Jack Senior, $26,900

T-67: Sam Horsfield, $26,900

T-67: Ryan Fox, $26,900

72: Padraig Harrington, $26,375

73: Kevin Kisner, $26,250

T-74: Richard Mansell, 26,125

T-74: Yuxin Lin, Amateur

T-76: Poom Saksansin, $25,938

T-76: Sam Burns, $25,938

 

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Tour pros are certainly heckled all of the time by angry golf bettors, but rarely have we seen a situation where the stakes were this high.

Check out this video below to find out what John Daly was offered to tank the Open Championship. Spoiler alert, it happened in the year that he won the tournament, and makes you wonder what other offers have been made since…

Safe to say he made the right decision.

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It’s a tournament that should have special meaning to Manziel, as it will be held at the Cascades Club in Tyler, Texas, where Manziel is originally from. This will be the former Cleveland Browns quarterback’s fourth start in this tournament. He has missed the cut in all three previous appearances.

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The “feud” began at the 2020 DP World Tour Championship when Poulter stole Stenson’s car keys. Since then, laundry has been looted and cars have been vandalized.

A major championship was far from a valid excuse for the Ryder Cup teammates to go at it again. “At 4am this morning, I woke up to a stampede on my roof. It sounded like 14 pterodactyl dinosaurs on the roof.” Poulter remarked in a video posted to his twitter account.

Apparently, another Tour pro had seen Stenson walking over to Poulter’s RV late in the evening with tuna on a toasted slice a bread, thus attracting the birds. Stenson coyly responded, “They [birds] love tuna.”

While this feud might not evoke the same level of vitriol as the one between expected Ryder Cup teammates, Brooks Koepka and Bryson DeChambeau, it is every bit as fun.

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