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How much each player won at the 2021 Shriners Hospitals for Children Open



Sungjae Im put on a dazzling display on Sunday to capture the Shriners Children’s Open, and with it, the winner’s check for $1.26 million. It wasn’t the result he was hoping for, but Matthew Wolff did manage to secure runner-up on his own, meaning he earned $763,000 for his week in Vegas.

With a total prize purse of $7 million up for grabs, here’s a look at how much each player won at the 2021 Shriners Hospitals for Children Open.

1: Sungjae Im, -24, $1,260,000

2: Matthew Wolff, -20, $763,000

T-3: Marc Leishman, 265/-19, $371,000

T-3: Rory Sabbatini, 265/-19, $371,000

T-3: Adam Schenk, 265/-19, $371,000

T-6: Lanto Griffin, 266/-18, $245,000

T-6: Adam Hadwin, 266/-18, $245,000

T-8: Hayden Buckley, 267/-17, $204,750

T-8: Harry Hall, 267/-17, $204,750

T-8: Aaron Wise, 267/-17, $204,750

T-11: Talor Gooch, 268/-16, $162,750

T-11: Martin Laird, 268/-16, $162,750

T-11: Andrew Putnam, 268/-16, $162,750

T-14: Sam Burns, 269/-15, $113,750

T-14: Tom Hoge, 269/-15, $113,750

T-14: K.H. Lee, 269/-15, $113,750

T-14: Matthew NeSmith, 269/-15, $113,750

T-14: Louis Oosthuizen, 269/-15, $113,750

T-14: Chad Ramey, 269/-15, $113,750

T-14: Matt Wallace, 269/-15, $113,750

T-21: Russell Henley, 270/-14, $79,216.67

T-21: Seamus Power, 270/-14, $79,216.67

T-21: Danny Willett, 270/-14, $79,216.66

T-24: Joel Dahmen, 271/-13, $61,950

T-24: Taylor Moore, 271/-13, $61,950

T-24: Jimmy Walker, 271/-13, $61,950

T-27: Cam Davis, 272/-12, $46,943.75

T-27: Chesson Hadley, 272/-12, $46,943.75

T-27: Harry Higgs, 272/-12, $46,943.75

T-27: Lee Hodges, 272/-12, $46,943.75

T-27: Matt Jones, 272/-12, $46,943.75

T-27: Sung Kang, 272/-12, $46,943.75

T-27: Robert Streb, 272/-12, $46,943.75

T-27: Kevin Yu, 272/-12, $46,943.75

T-35: Matt Kuchar, 273/-11, $34,860

T-35: Nate Lashley, 273/-11, $34,860

T-35: Adam Scott, 273/-11, $34,860

T-35: J.J. Spaun, 273/-11, $34,860

T-35: Camilo Villegas, 273/-11, $34,860

T-40: Corey Conners, 274/-10, $28,350

T-40: Doug Ghim, 274/-10, $28,350

T-40: Joaquin Niemann, 274/-10, $28,350

T-40: Mito Pereira, 274/-10, $28,350

T-44: Charley Hoffman, 275/-9, $23,450

T-44: Viktor Hovland, 275/-9, $23,450

T-44: Mark Hubbard, 275/-9, $23,450

T-47: Emiliano Grillo, 276/-8, $17,927.78

T-47: Carlos Ortiz, 276/-8, $17,927.78

T-47: Taylor Pendrith, 276/-8, $17,927.78

T-47: Greyson Sigg, 276/-8, $17,927.78

T-47: Alex Smalley, 276/-8, $17,927.78

T-47: Kevin Streelman, 276/-8, $17,927.78

T-47: Nick Taylor, 276/-8, $17,927.78

T-47: Charles Howell III, 276/-8, $17,927.77

T-47: Richy Werenski, 276/-8, $17,927.77

T-56: Wyndham Clark, 277/-7, $15,820

T-56: Brandon Hagy, 277/-7, $15,820

T-56: Trey Mullinax, 277/-7, $15,820

T-56: Davis Riley, 277/-7, $15,820

T-56: Hudson Swafford, 277/-7, $15,820

T-56: Michael Thompson, 277/-7, $15,820

T-56: Cameron Tringale, 277/-7, $15,820

T-56: Nick Watney, 277/-7, $15,820

64: Anirban Lahiri, 278/-6, $15,190

T-65: Jonas Blixt, 279/-5, $14,980

T-65: Henrik Norlander, 279/-5, $14,980

T-67: Lucas Glover, 280/-4, $14,560

T-67: Brooks Koepka, 280/-4, $14,560

T-67: Hideki Matsuyama, 280/-4, $14,560

T-67: Francesco Molinari, 280/-4, $14,560

71: Graeme McDowell, 285/+1, $14,210

72: Bill Haas, 286/+2, $14,070

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MLB All-Star sued for $64k by North Carolina Country Club



Booking tee-times has often been a contentious issue even for the most private of clubs, but San Diego Padres star, Will Myers, has found his frustrations leading to the courts.

According to a recent report by The Charlotte Observer, Myers and his wife, Margaret, joined Carmel Country Club in ‘lockdown’ year 2020 after issues with his previous club, problems that included availability of tee-times due to high demand.

Per the report, after paying 20 percent of his $80,000 initiation fee, the remainder was to be paid annually over a period of four years. However, with golf experiencing a boom during the year of the pandemic, tee times were again hard to obtain and in December 2020, the Myers’ resigned and cancelled their membership.

In response to his resignation, Carmel then charged the couple for the remainder of the fee – $64,000 – and set a date of December 2020 for the amount due. They then took to the courts in March 2021 to find the couple countersuing three months later, stating they had suffered |knowing misinterpretations and commissions.”

Court filings state that the MLB star “found it almost impossible to find a tee-time and frequently could not even use the driving range.”

Carmel denied all accusations and would go on to say that the COVID-19 pandemic “immediately and overwhelmingly altered the lifestyles and available leisure activities for all members of the club.”

The trial is set for February 2022.

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The Match V: Brooks vs Bryson – Full Viewer’s Guide



Those with long memories might recall the halcyon days of television’s Shell’s Wonderful World of Golf, a series of two or three-player stroke-play ‘match’ events that showed many of the top golfers of the day in light-hearted but competitive action over 18 holes.

Players such as Gary Player, Jack Nicklaus, Ernie Els, Phil Mickelson, Karrie Webb and Annika Sorenstam were some of the miked-up stars that thrilled the crowd and viewers with their comments throughout the hour or so of recorded coverage.

Not in their wildest dreams could they envisage that 27 years later, we would get to a point where two golfers meet in what has become a huge grudge match, with both Bryson DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka ramping up the hate over the past few months and even further over the past couple of days.

Cartoon hate or real? Either way, this made-for-TV match has the golfing public eagerly awaiting the best of-12 hole bout and here is the outline of how, when and what this is all about.

Take a look at the figures and hop over to Matt Vincenzi’s article on all the betting odds available and his final verdict.

  • TV: TNT, TBS, truTV and HLN.
  • When: Friday November 26th 4pm E.T 1pm P.T
  • Where: Wynn Golf Club, Las Vegas
  • Commentators: Phil Mickelson and Charles Barkley
  • Play-by-play: Brian Anderson
  • On-course: Amanda Balionis
  • Format: 12-hole Matchplay
  • Bonus (charity holes): 3-6-7-9-11

And as they want to play it like a boxing match, let’s have a ‘Tale Of The Tape’:

                                      Bryson vs Brooks


Is it all nonsense? is it all genuine? Is it all for PIP (Player Impact Programme) income?

Who knows. Whatever, it’s going to be the best ‘The Match’ yet.

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The Match V: Brooks vs Bryson – Top prop bets and who we’re picking to win



“The Match V”: Brooks Koepka vs Bryson DeChambeau is all set to take place at Wynn Golf Club in Las Vegas, Nevada, on November 26th at 4:00 PM ET.

For those who want to make the event a bit more interesting, there are plenty of betting options in the prop market for the Brooks Bryson showdown.

Odds via

  • Bryson is a slight favorite to win the Match at 4/5.
  • A hole-in-one by either player pays 50/1.
  • Bryson is the obvious favorite for the longest drive however, Brooks is getting nearly 4/1 on this prop.
  • A blowout match decided by hole 9 or earlier pays 11/2.
Winner of The Match V
American Odds
Fractional Odds
Bryson DeChambeau
Brooks Koepka
Both Drives to Find Green on 12?
DeChambeau Drive to Find Green on 12?
Koepka Drive to Find Green on 12?
Closest to Pin on Par-3 11th Hole?
Bryson DeChambeau
Brooks Koepka
Either Player to Hit a Hole-in-One?
First to Break Par on a Hole?
Bryson DeChambeau
Brooks Koepka
Leader After 1st Hole?
Brooks Koepka
Bryson DeChambeau
Leader Thru Six Holes?
Bryson DeChambeau
Brooks Koepka
Longest Drive?
Bryson DeChambeau
Brooks Koepka
Match Settled By Play-off?
Total Holes Conceded
Under 2½ Holes
Over 2½ Holes
When will The Match be decided?
After a Play-off
Hole 12
Hole 11
Hole 10
Hole 9 or Earlier

The Match V: Best Bets

Winner of The Match V: Bryson DeChambeau -125

For these types of events, I typically tend to side with the underdog due to the variance that can occur in a single match. With the match being only 12 holes, the outcome becomes even more unpredictable. However, there are a few reasons why I still believe that the value lies with DeChambeau at a slight -125 favorite.

For starters, DeChambeau has experience in this type of event. Aaron Rodgers and Bryson appeared in the match last year and defeated Tom Brady and Phil Mickelson quite convincingly. After a slow start, Bryson really appeared to gradually settle in as the match went along and should have a better idea of what to expect this time around.

Additionally, DeChambeau is just playing much better golf than Koepka recently. In their past 24 rounds, DeChambeau ranks 9th on Tour for Strokes Gained: Total whereas Koepka ranks 121st of 150 qualified golfers. Brooks is also coming off of back to back missed cuts at Mayakoba and The Houston Open.

While it is entirely possible that Koepka’s killer instinct kick in as he attempts to take down DeChambeau (who I genuinely believe he truly dislikes), I am siding with the guy who is simply a better golfer right now as a slight favorite.

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