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How much each player won at the 2021 CME Group Tour Championship

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Jin Young Ko put on a nerveless display to see off the challengers at the CME Group Tour Championship and take home $1.5 million on Sunday – the biggest winner’s check ever on the LPGA Tour. Ko’s win also gave her the title of Player of the Year.

While Nasa Hataoka missed out on the whopping first place price, her solo second-place finish earned the Japanese star a runner’s up check of $480,000.

With a total prize purse of $5 million up for grabs, here’s a look at how much each player won at the 2021 CME Group Tour Championship.

1: Jin Young Ko, -23, $1,500,000

2: Nasa Hataoka, -21, $480,000

T-3: Mina Harigae, -18, $268,657

T-3: Mina Harigae, -18, $268,657

T-5: Megan Khang, -17, $145,041.33

T-5: Minjee Lee, -17, $145,041.33

T-5: Nelly Korda, -17, $145,041.33

8: Lexi Thompson, -16, $98,453

T-9: Lydia Ko, -15, $78,807

T-9: In Gee Chun, -15, $78,807

T-9: Gaby Lopez, -15, $78,807

T-12: Anna Nordqvist, -14, $62,415

T-12: Leona Maguire, -14, $62,415

T-12: Nanna Koerstz Madsen, -14, $62,415

T-15: Charley Hull, -13, $48,720

T-15: Hannah Green, -13, $48,720

T-15: So Yeon Ryu, -13, $48,720

T-15: Sei Young Kim, -13, $48,720

T-15: Danielle Kang, -13, $48,720

T-15: Jeongeun Lee6, -13, $48,720

21: Jasmine Suwannapura, -12, $42,040

T-22: Lauren Stephenson, -11, $40,020

T-22: Madelene Sagstrom, -11, $40,020

T-24: Wichanee Meechai, -10, $36,106

T-24: Ally Ewing, -10, $36,106

T-24: Eun-Hee Ji, -10, $36,106

T-24: Georgia Hall, -10, $36,106

T-28: Yealimi Noh, -9, $31,937

T-28: Ariya Jutanugarn, -9, $31,937

T-28: Su Oh, -9, $31,937

T-31: Amy Olson, -8, $28,232

T-31: Moriya Jutanugarn, -8, $28,232

T-31: Ryann O’Toole, -8, $28,232

T-31: Brittany Altomare, -8, $28,232

T-35: Patty Tavatanakit, -7, $24,864

T-35: Carlota Ciganda, -7, $24,864

T-35: Xiyu Lin, -7, $24,864

T-38: Brooke M. Henderson, -6, $22,761

T-38: A Lim Kim, -6, $22,761

T-40: Esther Henseleit, -5, $20,150

T-40: Jenny Shin, -5, $20,150

T-40: Jennifer Kupcho, -5, $20,150

T-40: Jessica Korda, -5, $20,150

T-40: Wei-Ling Hsu, -5, $20,150

T-45: Pajaree Anannarukarn, -4, $17,624

T-45: Yu Liu, -4, $17,624

T-45: Lizette Salas, -4, $17,624

48: Yuka Saso, -3, $16,613

T-49: Emma Talley, -2, $15,855

T-49: Amy Yang, -2, $15,855

T-51: Elizabeth Szokol, E, $14,930

T-51: Austin Ernst, E, $14,930

T-53: Hyo Joo Kim, +1, $14,255

T-53: Chella Choi, +1, $14,255

T-55: Stacy Lewis, +3, $13,414

T-55: Matilda Castren, +3, $13,414

T-55: Caroline Masson, +3, $13,414

T-58: Jenny Coleman, +5, $12,572

T-58: Sophia Popov, +5, $12,572

Angel Yin, WD, $12,068

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LPGA star Jin Young Ko is on a greens-in-regulation streak that defies belief

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Two weeks ago, we highlighted how the race to the LPGA titles, both the Rolex rankings winner plus Player Of The Year were too close to call with Jin Young Ko and Nelly Korda clear at the top but with the width of a hair between them.

Things got even tighter as the 23-year-old Floridian won a play-off for the Pelican Women’s Championship, meaning the two had split eight LPGA tournaments between them, and it was all down to the final event, the CME Group Tour Championship.

After three rounds, the pair could not be split and, whilst nothing is taken away from the other joint-leaders Celine Boutier and Nasa Hataoka, this is what LPGA fans were hoping to see – the Big Two fighting down the stretch.

There was only one winner, and she did so in record-breaking style.

Despite not being able to practise pre-tournament due to a wrist issue, the 26-year-old South Korean posted some impressive stats throughout her final 63 holes.

24 birdies since the 10th on Thursday – one-shot runner-up Hataoka also posted 24, whilst Korda hit 18 and an eagle – the undisputed world number one achieved this off a remarkable 63 consecutive greens-in-regulation (!?), a record that has never been close to that and may never do so again, or at least for a very long time.

Put into context, Justin Ray tweeted that Tiger Woods best-recorded figure was 29 greens and that the longest in PGA history was Mike Heinen with 50+ back in 1995.

The embrace by Korda was surely tinged with disappointment, but if you are going to come undisputed second, do it to a player that in her last ten starts has five wins, a second. two six-place finishes and a ninth.

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How Danielle Kang instantly added 20-30 yards of distance off the tee with one change

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Danielle Kang, who ended the LPGA season ranked 12th in the Race to the CME Globe, may well have found the secret to ensure she doesn’t have another blank year in 2022.

After recording just 230 yards off the tee during Thursday’s first round at the Tiburon Golf Club in Naples, Florida, the 29-year-old revealed to reportes that she made a call to Titleist tour rep JJ Van Wezenbeeck, who promptly sent over a driver head with lower loft – eight degrees instead of her usual nine or 10 – and “it was going further, which made golf a little better.”

Given the amount we read about the length off the tee and the measures to which players will go to achieve that with varying success, those that (in Kang’s words) are resigned to being “pretty far back now” can take joy in knowing that it isn’t just hours in the gym that will do it.

The difference, as Kang explained to media, was a 20 to 30 yard difference that turned her approaches from hybrids into irons:

“So today I hit it probably 20, 30 yards further than I have been for the last two months, so I — it was easier. I wasn’t hitting hybrids into greens.”

Kang isn’t attributing the improvement entirely to the equipment saying “I’ve been trying to put on muscle mass, but I haven’t been able to”, but after then recording driving stats of 252, 256 and 268 yards, admits, “we all thought it couldn’t have me, but the technology is so good nowadays, right?”

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How much each player won at the 2021 RSM Classic

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Talor Gooch secured his first PGA Tour victory on Sunday, taking home the RSM Classic and with it the winner’s check for $1,296,000. Gooch saw off Mackenzie Hughes by three strokes, with the Canadian earning himself a payday of $784,800 for his week’s work.

Related: How much each player won at the 2021 CME Group Tour Championship

With a total prize purse of $7.2 million up for grabs, here’s a look at how much each player won at the 2021 RSM Classic.

1: Talor Gooch, -22, $1,296,000

2: Mackenzie Hughes, -19, $784,800

3: Sebastian Munoz, -18, $496,800

T-4: Tom Hoge, 267/-15, $288,000

T-4: Tyler McCumber, 267/-15, $288,000

T-4: Seamus Power, 267/-15, $288,000

T-4: Cameron Smith, 267/-15, $288,000

T-8: Taylor Moore, 268/-14, $217,800

T-8: Webb Simpson, 268/-14, $217,800

T-10: Luke List, 269/-13, $189,000

T-10: Denny McCarthy, 269/-13, $189,000

T-12: John Huh, 270/-12, $147,600

T-12: Keith Mitchell, 270/-12, $147,600

T-12: Justin Rose, 270/-12, $147,600

T-12: Jhonattan Vegas, 270/-12, $147,600

T-16: Charles Howell III, 271/-11, $106,200

T-16: Zach Johnson, 271/-11, $106,200

T-16: Adam Long, 271/-11, $106,200

T-16: Max McGreevy, 271/-11, $106,200

T-16: Aaron Rai, 271/-11, $106,200

T-16: J.J. Spaun, 271/-11, $106,200

T-22: Corey Conners, 272/-10, $72,360

T-22: Russell Henley, 272/-10, $72,360

T-22: Troy Merritt, 272/-10, $72,360

T-22: Matthias Schwab, 272/-10, $72,360

T-26: Andrew Novak, 273/-9, $55,800

T-26: Taylor Pendrith, 273/-9, $55,800

T-26: Chez Reavie, 273/-9, $55,800

T-29: Wyndham Clark, 274/-8, $44,190

T-29: Joel Dahmen, 274/-8, $44,190

T-29: Michael Gligic, 274/-8, $44,190

T-29: Matthew NeSmith, 274/-8, $44,190

T-29: Mito Pereira, 274/-8, $44,190

T-29: David Skinns, 274/-8, $44,190

T-29: Scott Stallings, 274/-8, $44,190

T-29: Cameron Young, 274/-8, $44,190

T-37: Jonathan Byrd, 275/-7, $34,200

T-37: Matt Kuchar, 275/-7, $34,200

T-37: Adam Scott, 275/-7, $34,200

T-40: Joshua Creel, 276/-6, $27,000

T-40: Brian Gay, 276/-6, $27,000

T-40: Doug Ghim, 276/-6, $27,000

T-40: Lanto Griffin, 276/-6, $27,000

T-40: Russell Knox, 276/-6, $27,000

T-40: Peter Malnati, 276/-6, $27,000

T-40: Austin Smotherman, 276/-6, $27,000

T-47: Mickey DeMorat, 277/-5, $19,728

T-47: Bill Haas, 277/-5, $19,728

T-47: Jim Herman, 277/-5, $19,728

T-47: Brandt Snedeker, 277/-5, $19,728

T-51: Adam Hadwin, 278/-4, $17,304

T-51: Nate Lashley, 278/-4, $17,304

T-51: William McGirt, 278/-4, $17,304

T-51: Brendan Steele, 278/-4, $17,304

T-51: Kevin Streelman, 278/-4, $17,304

T-51: Dylan Wu, 278/-4, $17,304

T-57: Lee Hodges, 279/-3, $16,416

T-57: Patrick Rodgers, 279/-3, $16,416

T-57: Scottie Scheffler, 279/-3, $16,416

T-57: Michael Thompson, 279/-3, $16,416

T-61: Brian Harman, 280/-2, $15,984

T-61: Roger Sloan, 280/-2, $15,984

T-63: Nick Hardy, 281/-1, $15,552

T-63: Sung Kang, 281/-1, $15,552

T-63: Vince Whaley, 281/-1, $15,552

T-63: Jared Wolfe, 281/-1, $15,552

67: Matt Wallace, 282/E, $15,192

68: Davis Love III, 283/+1, $15,048

69: Kyle Stanley, 284/+2, $14,904

T-70: Kiradech Aphibarnrat, 285/+3, $14,688

T-70: Scott Piercy, 285/+3, $14,688

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