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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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Bryson and Brooks among golfers spotted at Tyson Fury-Deontay Wilder heavyweight classic



Last night offered up one of the greatest heavyweight boxing clashes of the modern era, with Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder completing their trilogy, and it was a fight that had several PGA Tour professionals gripped.

Bryson DeChambeau was one of those who wasn’t going to miss out on the epic clash, who posted his evening’s excitement to his Instagram stories.

Bryson was even asked for a prediction before the showdown, and the 28-year-old backed Tyson Fury, who eventually would prevail in the 11th round with a knockout victory.

Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka, Tony Finau, and Ian Poulter were also at the fight, all posting to their Instagram, with DJ’s fiancee Paulina even capturing the knockout punch.


As it turns out, last night’s victor Tyson Fury also has an impressive golf swing, as you can see from the video below of him piping a drive over 300 yards.


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Pebble Beach Pro-Am on the cards for Tyson?

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7 pieces of golf art you’ll want to hang on your office wall today



We hope you find this list valuable, GolfWRXers! All products were independently selected by GolfWRX staff. We may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page if you decide to shop from them. Prices are accurate and items in stock as of publication!

1. An incredible assembly of six golf patent prints

The industrial coolness of any patent drawing makes for a fine wall-hanging. Extra points for the blueprint-like presentation, and all the better when it’s golf-related.

Notable review: “Looks great with white frame…perfect for a golf-themed office”

Get it from Amazon for $20.99.

2. A capture of an immortal golf moment: Tiger Woods‘ 2019 Masters win

The culmination of the “return to glory.” Woods in color (Sunday Red!) leaps out from the fans and course in black and white. Striking presentation of one of the dramatic pinnacles of the game.

Notable review: “Good quality canvas and photo. Got it for my husbands office and loves it!”

Get it from Amazon for $75.99.

3. A beautiful rendering of the development of the flatstick

GolfWRXers will debate the phases of evolution as presented (it’s what we do!), but this is an awesome concept and execution!

Get it from Amazon for $43.20 (20″ x 30″ print, other sizes available)

4. Lee Wybranski’s official Ryder Cup poster is a must-have (as are all Lee Wybranski championship works)

The go-to guy for official art of significant professional golf tournaments, Lee Wybranski was “gone-to” again for this fantastic commemorative piece. (Europeans will likely not be interested)

Get it from Amazon for $60.

5. This map of Augusta National in 1954 is a superb addition to any proud patron’s wall

Come for the rendering of 1954 ANGC, stay for the patron etiquette advice! “No matter how well you know a player, do not accost him on the golf course.”

Notable review: “Thick quality paper. Cool vintage vibe. Shipped in sturdy tube. Arrived days ahead of schedule.
Pricey for the size, but I am happy with the purchase. I put it in an inexpensive bronze frame and it looks really really good. Great conversation piece!”

Get it from Amazon for $39.99.

6. Greats of the game presented in vibrant colors

If you have a room that needs some color — and golf — look no further.

Get it from Amazon for $165 (framed!)

7. You’ve heard of “Dogs playing poker”…

…meet “Dogs playing golf.”

Get it from Amazon for $9.99

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Tiger Woods photographed back on golf course with son Charlie



It’s been a while since we’ve had an update on Tiger Woods’ rehabilitation after his single-car accident earlier this year, but on Saturday, two photographs emerged which show the 15-time major champion’s recovery seemingly going very well.

The post, widely shared by TWLegion, shows Woods watching his son Charlie on the course with now just a sleeve on his right leg and with a club in hand.

The photos have thrilled golf fans, with many now buoyed into believing a comeback is very much on the cards. Eagle-eyed supporters even caught sight of Charlie’s Puma golf shoes, with some joking that he’s been spending too much time in Rickie Fowler’s company!

At the Ryder Cup, Captain Steve Stricker told media that Woods’ focus was on making a playing comeback again, and this update looks to have provided even more encouragement that the 82-time PGA Tour winner may well do just that.

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